In keeping with the Younger College Rankings 2022 launched by the U.Ok. journal Instances Larger Schooling (THE) on Feb. 15, Ton Duc Thang College in Ho Chi Minh Metropolis stands 98th within the rating that evaluated 539 faculties.
THE mentioned that the rating assessed research-intensive universities throughout all their core missions: educating, analysis, data switch and worldwide outlook. The efficiency indicators had been grouped into 5 areas: educating (the educational setting); analysis (quantity, revenue and popularity); citations (analysis affect); worldwide outlook (employees, college students and analysis); and trade revenue (data switch).
Established in 1997, Ton Duc Thang College “has steadily developed into one of many largest and fastest-growing universities in Vietnam with over 25,000 college students and 1,300 school members,” the journal mentioned.
The college scored its highest marks within the citations class, at 99.3 out of 100.
Vietnam has three different universities within the Younger College Rankings 2022: Duy Tan College in central Da Nang Metropolis at 122, Vietnam Nationwide College, Hanoi within the 301-350 group, and the Vietnam Nationwide College, HCMC within the 401+ group.
This 12 months, Paris Sciences et Lettres – PSL Analysis College Paris has overtaken Nanyang Technological College, Singapore for the highest spot.
Nanyang was pushed to the second spot and the Hong Kong College of Science and Know-how got here in third.
Turkey, India and Iran have additionally considerably boosted the numbers of establishments within the Younger College Rankings, with the primary two the most-represented international locations within the desk. Turkey and India every have 40 ranked universities, up from 23 and 26 respectively in 2020. Iran now has 37 younger universities within the rankings, up from 20 two years in the past.
Instances Larger Schooling turned recognized for publishing the annual Instances Larger Schooling – Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) World College Rankings, which first appeared in November 2004.
In 2009, it broke with QS, the world’s largest worldwide greater training community, and signed an settlement with Thomson Reuters to supply the info as a substitute.