Best Universities for Nuclear Physics in Latin America

Below is the list of best universities in Latin America ranked based on their research performance in Nuclear Physics. A graph of 583K citations received by 6.65K academic papers made by 45 universities in Latin America was used to calculate publications' ratings, which then were adjusted for release dates and added to final scores.

We don't distinguish between undergraduate and graduate programs nor do we adjust for current majors offered. You can find information about granted degrees on a university page but always double-check with the university website.

For Nuclear Physics

#1 in Latin America
#1 in Brazil
#76 in the World
Acceptance Rate
5%
Enrollment
97,964
Founded
1827

For Nuclear Physics

#2 in Latin America
#2 in Brazil
#135 in the World
Acceptance Rate
5%
Enrollment
67,329
Founded
1920

For Nuclear Physics

#3 in Latin America
#1 in Mexico
#156 in the World
Enrollment
360,883
Founded
1551

For Nuclear Physics

#4 in Latin America
#1 in Chile
#189 in the World
Acceptance Rate
95%
Enrollment
17,500
Founded
1931

For Nuclear Physics

#5 in Latin America
#3 in Brazil
#221 in the World
Enrollment
22,500
Founded
1950

For Nuclear Physics

#6 in Latin America
#1 in Argentina
#229 in the World
Enrollment
262,932
Founded
1821

For Nuclear Physics

#7 in Latin America
#4 in Brazil
#241 in the World
Acceptance Rate
5%
Enrollment
32,500
Founded
1966

For Nuclear Physics

#8 in Latin America
#2 in Argentina
#269 in the World
Enrollment
45,000
Founded
1905

For Nuclear Physics

#9 in Latin America
#5 in Brazil
#290 in the World
Acceptance Rate
25%
Enrollment
37,500
Founded
1976

For Nuclear Physics

#10 in Latin America
#2 in Mexico
#332 in the World
Acceptance Rate
25%
Enrollment
45,000
Founded
1936

For Nuclear Physics

#11 in Latin America
#6 in Brazil
#333 in the World
Enrollment
27,500
Founded
1934

For Nuclear Physics

#12 in Latin America
#1 in Colombia
#341 in the World
Acceptance Rate
35%
Enrollment
12,500
Founded
1949

For Nuclear Physics

#13 in Latin America
#7 in Brazil
#348 in the World
Acceptance Rate
25%
Enrollment
45,000
Founded
1960

For Nuclear Physics

#14 in Latin America
#8 in Brazil
#352 in the World
Enrollment
17,500
Founded
1969

For Nuclear Physics

#15 in Latin America
#3 in Mexico
#401 in the World
Acceptance Rate
35%
Enrollment
42,500
Founded
1587

For Nuclear Physics

#16 in Latin America
#4 in Mexico
#422 in the World
Acceptance Rate
75%
Enrollment
27,500
Founded
1959

For Nuclear Physics

#17 in Latin America
#9 in Brazil
#437 in the World
Acceptance Rate
5%
Enrollment
12,500
Founded
2005

For Nuclear Physics

#18 in Latin America
#10 in Brazil
#444 in the World
Acceptance Rate
35%
Enrollment
22,500
Founded
1941

For Nuclear Physics

#19 in Latin America
#11 in Brazil
#460 in the World
Acceptance Rate
20%
Enrollment
32,500
Founded
1960

For Nuclear Physics

#20 in Latin America
#2 in Colombia
#517 in the World
Enrollment
42,500
Founded
1803

For Nuclear Physics

#21 in Latin America
#2 in Chile
#534 in the World
Enrollment
33,971
Founded
1888

For Nuclear Physics

#22 in Latin America
#3 in Colombia
#538 in the World
Acceptance Rate
5%
Enrollment
54,284
Founded
1867

For Nuclear Physics

#23 in Latin America
#1 in Ecuador
#576 in the World
Acceptance Rate
25%
Enrollment
12,500
Founded
1869

For Nuclear Physics

#24 in Latin America
#3 in Argentina
#608 in the World
Enrollment
37,500
Founded
1939

For Nuclear Physics

#25 in Latin America
#3 in Chile
#612 in the World
Enrollment
37,500
Founded
1842

For Nuclear Physics

#26 in Latin America
#12 in Brazil
#620 in the World
Enrollment
27,500
Founded
1955

For Nuclear Physics

#27 in Latin America
#5 in Mexico
#643 in the World
Enrollment
22,500
Founded
1945

For Nuclear Physics

#28 in Latin America
#6 in Mexico
#653 in the World
Acceptance Rate
45%
Enrollment
22,500
Founded
1859

For Nuclear Physics

#29 in Latin America
#13 in Brazil
#694 in the World
Enrollment
12,500
Founded
2006

For Nuclear Physics

#30 in Latin America
#1 in Venezuela
#697 in the World
Enrollment
12,500
Founded
1967

For Nuclear Physics

#31 in Latin America
#1 in Peru
#711 in the World
Enrollment
17,500
Founded
1917

For Nuclear Physics

#32 in Latin America
#7 in Mexico
#740 in the World
Founded
1540

For Nuclear Physics

#33 in Latin America
#14 in Brazil
#753 in the World
Enrollment
12,500
Founded
1933

For Nuclear Physics

#34 in Latin America
#15 in Brazil
#754 in the World
Enrollment
22,500
Founded
1960

For Nuclear Physics

#35 in Latin America
#16 in Brazil
#787 in the World
Acceptance Rate
6%
Enrollment
45,000
Founded
1927

For Nuclear Physics

#36 in Latin America
#17 in Brazil
#812 in the World
Enrollment
45,000
Founded
1970

For Nuclear Physics

#37 in Latin America
#1 in Uruguay
#826 in the World
Acceptance Rate
25%
Enrollment
209,129
Founded
1833

For Nuclear Physics

#38 in Latin America
#8 in Mexico
#852 in the World
Founded
1872

For Nuclear Physics

#39 in Latin America
#2 in Ecuador
#854 in the World
Acceptance Rate
55%
Enrollment
9,500
Founded
1988

For Nuclear Physics

#40 in Latin America
#18 in Brazil
#864 in the World
Enrollment
22,500
Founded
1960

For Nuclear Physics

#41 in Latin America
#4 in Argentina
#888 in the World
Acceptance Rate
36%
Enrollment
45,000
Founded
1959

For Nuclear Physics

#42 in Latin America
#19 in Brazil
#898 in the World
Acceptance Rate
15%
Enrollment
12,446
Founded
1987

For Nuclear Physics

#43 in Latin America
#2 in Peru
#899 in the World
Acceptance Rate
5%
Enrollment
12,500
Founded
1876

For Nuclear Physics

#44 in Latin America
#20 in Brazil
#906 in the World
Enrollment
37,500
Founded
1946

For Nuclear Physics

#45 in Latin America
#9 in Mexico
#909 in the World
Acceptance Rate
75%
Enrollment
12,500
Founded
1943