The University of Rome Tor Vergata is running faster and faster and this year concludes its lap in 51st place in "THE Young University Rankings 2022", which is a ranking designed for young universities from all over the world. , therefore with less than 50 years of activity, which "challenge" each other with shots of innovation and avant-garde.

The "THE Young University Rankings 2022", edited by the Times Higher Education (THE), is always based on 13 performance indicators, the same as the "THE World University Rankings", such as training, research (through the number and the relevance of publications and the relative number of citations), technology transfer, international openness, including the reputation of the university in the running, evaluated by academics from all over the world.

To compile this ranking, THE evaluated more than 790 universities from around 96 countries, but only 539 officially entered the rankings.

In the subgroup made up of 17 Italian universities, the University of Rome Tor Vergata maintains the third place as in the previous ranking of 2021.