FPT University entered the global ranking of sustainable development
FPT University ranks 801-1,000 among 1,500 global universities for sustainable development THE Impact Rankings published by Times Higher Education magazine.
The ranking evaluates universities implementing the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDG), conducted by THE Impact Rankings in 2022, announced on the evening of April 27.
FPT University participates in THE Impact Rankings in 2022 in 4 goals: SDG 6 – Clean water and sanitation, SDG 8 – Good jobs and economic growth, SDG 11 – Sustainable cities and communities, and SGD 17 – Cooperation for the SDGs.
In which, SDG goal 11 – Sustainable city and community is highly appreciated, demonstrating FPT University’s efforts in preserving and promoting traditional values of Vietnam in particular and the world in general. together with the educational and social development process.
Considering the two most appreciated targets, SDG 11 and SDG 6, FPT University ranked 301-400 on THE Impact Rankings this year.
With SDG 17 – Cooperation for SDG goals is a mandatory goal for 100% of universities participating in the ranking, and at the same time it is the goal with the highest evaluation content on the quality of education and training among them. With 17 goals, FPT University has the 3rd highest score among Vietnamese universities.
This is the first year FPT University has participated in this ranking. It is one of seven universities in Vietnam in THE Impact Rankings 2022. Greenwich University, a partner from the UK of FPT University, is ranked 101-200. .
This year, there are more than 1,500 universities from 110 countries around the world, of which Russia is the leading country in the number of schools registered for the second year in a row with 103 universities, Japan takes second place with 84 schools and Pakistan in 3rd place with 66 schools.
Leading the rankings this year are universities with more than 100 years of age, among the top best universities globally.
THE (Times Higher Education, UK) is a magazine about news and issues related to higher education. Every year, THE publishes rankings to evaluate global universities based on research on key issues and core missions of the university, according to standard sets of indicators to provide comparisons. comprehensive and fair comparison..
From 2019, THE has added a ranking to evaluate universities that successfully implement the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (THE Impact Rankings). THE’s Impack Rankings uses university performance scores based on 17 United Nations Sustainable Development Goals in four areas: research, stewaship, outreach. ) and teaching for rating assessment.
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