UAE Universities Among Top 50 Young Global Rankings
Three universities from the UAE have secured positions in the top 50 of Times Higher Education's prestigious Young University Rankings 2023. This comprehensive assessment evaluated the accomplishments of 963 universities worldwide that are less than 50 years old,
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UAE Universities Shine in Times Higher Education's Young University Rankings
spanning 78 countries. Nanyang Technological University in Singapore, renowned for its exceptional academic standing despite its three-decade existence, clinched the top spot. With a student body exceeding 25,000, it has consistently been ranked among the world's finest institutions. The rankings' top three positions have witnessed a reshuffling in recent years, with the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology and Paris Sciences et Lettres University claiming second and third place, respectively.
"UAE Universities Make Strides in Global Rankings: UAE University, University of Sharjah, Khalifa University, and Abu Dhabi University Achieve High Rankings
UAE universities have made remarkable strides in this year's rankings, with United Arab Emirates University, located in Al Ain, securing an impressive 38th position, surging 37 places from the previous year. The University of Sharjah climbed a remarkable 46 spots to claim the 43rd rank. Meanwhile, Khalifa University, situated in Abu Dhabi, secured the 49th position. Abu Dhabi University made its debut appearance on the list, securing the 58th rank , Times Higher Education Young University Rankings employ the same globally recognized indicators as THE Global Rankings, albeit with adjusted criteria to reduce the weightage given to reputation. Universities are evaluated across five key areas: teaching quality, research performance (volume, income, and reputation), research influence (citations), international outlook (staff, students, and research), and industry income (knowledge transfer).
UAE Young Universities Surge in Rankings with a 36% Increase in Average Score; Australia Tops as Leading Nation
The overall average score for young universities in the UAE has witnessed a remarkable surge of 36% over the past five years, increasing from 38.3 in 2019 to 51.2 in the latest rankings. Among nations, Australia achieved the highest average overall score of 53, solidifying its position as the top-performing country , The outstanding performance of UAE universities in the Young University Rankings is a testament to their commitment to excellence in teaching, research, and international collaboration. As these institutions continue to make significant advancements, they are set to play a vital role in shaping the future of education and research in the UAE and beyond.