MADISON (WKOW) -- UW-Madison held its position at 41st overall among the nation's 270 doctoral universities.
U.S. News and World Report released its "Best Colleges" rankings on Tuesday, showing UW-Madison tying for 41st in overall rankings.
The university also tied for 11th among public universities. Last year, the university placed 10th.
"The reputation of our university's quality and value continues to grow," Provost Paul DeLuca said in a university news release. "Rankings are one measure among many, but we are pleased to be among this group."
The report also evaluated undergraduate engineering and business programs. The engineering college tied for 13th overall again and was 7th among public doctoral-granting institutions. The business school tied for 18th overall and tied for 7th among public doctoral-granting institutions.
The top four universities are Ivy League schools, Princeton, Harvard, Yale and Columbia, followed by Stanford, Chicago, Duke, MIT, Penn and Cal Tech. All 10 are private.
As far as other UW schools go in the category, "Best Colleges in Regional Universities (Midwest)", UW-La Crosse ranked 26th, UW-Eau Claire ranked 30th, UW-Stevens Point and UW-Whitewater tied for 42nd, UW-Stout ranked 57th, UW-Oshkosh and UW-Green Bay tied for 65th, UW-Platteville and UW-River Falls tied for 72nd, and UW-Superior ranked 92nd.
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