7 Vietnamese educational institutions ranked in THE Impact Rankings 2022
THE Impact Rankings is a ranking formed with the purpose of measuring the success of higher education institutions in implementing the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) according to the United Nations standards.
The ranking includes 17 SDGs criteria (all of which are based on the United Nations definition of sustainable development goals) such as quality of education, gender equality, economic growth and decent work. , technology, innovation and infrastructure, global partnerships, and more.
A necessary condition for a university to be able to participate in this ranking is to be accredited and recognized by international accrediting organizations.
In the ranking of 2022, Ton Duc Thang University (Vietnam) ranked in the Top 800. Especially the criteria of Decent work and Economic growth; Sustainable cities and communities; Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions; and Partnership for the Goals are all in the Top 600 of the Ranking.
Vietnam has 7 educational institutions named in this ranking: Duy Tan University (position 601-800), Hanoi University of Science and Technology (601-800), National Economics University (601-800), Ton Duc Thang University (601-800), Vietnam National University, Hanoi (601-800), FPT University (801-1000) and Phenikaa University (801-1000).
The ranking of Vietnamese higher education institutions in THE Impact Rankings 2022 (Source: Times Higher Education)
In 2022, THE Impact Rankings has 1,406 participating universities from 106 countries. Russia has 94 universities in this Ranking. Followed by Japanese, British, Thai and Taiwanese universities with 76, 53, 51 and 45 respectively. Data collected from universities is assessed by THE together with data of each university from Elsevier database (Scopus) to form overall score of each institution.
In the 2022 ranking, the leading universities are: Western Sydney University (Australia), Arizona State University (USA), Western University (Canada), King Abdulaziz University (Saudi Arabia), Universiti Sains Malaysia (Malaysia), University of Auckland (New Zealand), Queen's University (Canada), Newcastle University (UK), University of Manchester (UK) and Hokkaido University (Japan).
In Southeast Asia, Thailand has 51 universities in this year's ranking, Indonesia has 28, Malaysia has 23 and the Philippines has 15.