Best Universities for Human Sexuality (Sexology) in Latin America

Below is the list of best universities in Latin America ranked based on their research performance in Sexology. A graph of 35.8K citations received by 4.03K academic papers made by 34 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 Sexology

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

For Sexology

#2 in Latin America
#2 in Brazil
#140 in the World
Enrollment
27,500
Founded
1934

For Sexology

#3 in Latin America
#3 in Brazil
#228 in the World
Acceptance Rate
5%
Enrollment
32,500
Founded
1966

For Sexology

#4 in Latin America
#4 in Brazil
#231 in the World
Enrollment
22,500
Founded
1950

For Sexology

#5 in Latin America
#5 in Brazil
#269 in the World
Enrollment
12,500
Founded
1933

For Sexology

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

For Sexology

#7 in Latin America
#7 in Brazil
#311 in the World
Acceptance Rate
20%
Enrollment
32,500
Founded
1960

For Sexology

#8 in Latin America
#8 in Brazil
#316 in the World
Acceptance Rate
6%
Enrollment
45,000
Founded
1927

For Sexology

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

For Sexology

#10 in Latin America
#1 in Mexico
#359 in the World
Enrollment
360,883
Founded
1551

For Sexology

#11 in Latin America
#10 in Brazil
#360 in the World
Enrollment
37,500
Founded
1962

For Sexology

#12 in Latin America
#1 in Peru
#371 in the World
Acceptance Rate
5%
Enrollment
4,500
Founded
1961

For Sexology

#13 in Latin America
#1 in Jamaica
#384 in the World
Enrollment
49,092
Founded
1948

For Sexology

#14 in Latin America
#11 in Brazil
#410 in the World
Enrollment
32,500
Founded
1946

For Sexology

#15 in Latin America
#12 in Brazil
#427 in the World
Acceptance Rate
5%
Enrollment
12,500
Founded
1968

For Sexology

#16 in Latin America
#13 in Brazil
#430 in the World
Enrollment
27,500
Founded
1954

For Sexology

#17 in Latin America
#1 in Argentina
#433 in the World
Enrollment
262,932
Founded
1821

For Sexology

#18 in Latin America
#14 in Brazil
#435 in the World
Enrollment
37,500
Founded
1946

For Sexology

#19 in Latin America
#15 in Brazil
#436 in the World
Acceptance Rate
95%
Enrollment
27,500
Founded
1912

For Sexology

#20 in Latin America
#1 in Chile
#486 in the World
Enrollment
37,500
Founded
1842

For Sexology

#21 in Latin America
#2 in Mexico
#511 in the World
Acceptance Rate
20%
Enrollment
45,000
Founded
1974

For Sexology

#22 in Latin America
#16 in Brazil
#525 in the World
Acceptance Rate
35%
Enrollment
22,500
Founded
1941

For Sexology

#23 in Latin America
#17 in Brazil
#540 in the World
Enrollment
22,500
Founded
1960

For Sexology

#24 in Latin America
#18 in Brazil
#581 in the World
Acceptance Rate
55%
Enrollment
12,500
Founded
1965

For Sexology

#25 in Latin America
#19 in Brazil
#614 in the World
Acceptance Rate
25%
Enrollment
45,000
Founded
1960

For Sexology

#26 in Latin America
#20 in Brazil
#619 in the World
Enrollment
27,500
Founded
1955

For Sexology

#27 in Latin America
#1 in Colombia
#624 in the World
Acceptance Rate
5%
Enrollment
54,284
Founded
1867

For Sexology

#28 in Latin America
#21 in Brazil
#666 in the World
Enrollment
17,500
Founded
1969

For Sexology

#29 in Latin America
#2 in Colombia
#695 in the World
Acceptance Rate
35%
Enrollment
12,500
Founded
1949

For Sexology

#30 in Latin America
#22 in Brazil
#698 in the World
Acceptance Rate
25%
Enrollment
23,744
Founded
1954

For Sexology

#31 in Latin America
#3 in Colombia
#719 in the World
Acceptance Rate
55%
Enrollment
27,500
Founded
1623

For Sexology

#32 in Latin America
#23 in Brazil
#735 in the World
Acceptance Rate
18%
Enrollment
27,500
Founded
1963

For Sexology

#33 in Latin America
#2 in Chile
#746 in the World
Enrollment
12,500
Founded
1956

For Sexology

#34 in Latin America
#24 in Brazil
#748 in the World
Enrollment
22,500
Founded
1960