3 Vietnamese universities in the top 1,000 best universities in the world in 2023
Quacquarelli Symonds educational organization (UK) has just announced the ranking of the best universities in the world in 2023. Vietnam has 3 representatives in the top 801-1,000, including Duy Tan University (Da Nang), University Ho Chi Minh City and Vietnam National University, Hanoi.
The 2023 World University Rankings has nearly 1,500 participating universities (an increase of about 120 institutions compared to 2022) and becomes the largest ranking ever of QS.
The US continues to be home to the world’s top universities with 5 universities in the top 10 – the same 5 schools that were in the top 10 last year – including: Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Stanford University, Harvard University, Institute of Technology California Technology and the University of Chicago.
In particular, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology continues to hold the top position in the world and is also the school with a perfect score of 100 in the assessments. This is also a position that MIT has held for many years.
In the top 5, in addition to the 3 American schools, there are 2 British universities, including the University of Cambridge ranked second – up one place compared to 2022 and the University of Oxford ranked 4th – down 2 places compared to 2022.
In Asia alone, the National University of Singapore ranks highest with 11th place in the world. China also has two high-ranking representatives, including Peking University – 12th place and Tsinghua University – 14th place.
Vietnam has 3 universities, universities in the group of 801-1,000 best universities in the world, including: Duy Tan University (Da Nang), Vietnam National University Ho Chi Minh City and Hanoi National University.
In particular, this is the first time Duy Tan University has participated in this ranking and is also the only private university in Vietnam to achieve such a high achievement.
In 2023, for the third year in a row, Vietnam National University, Ho Chi Minh City and Hanoi National University are in the group of 801–1,000.
In addition to 3 representatives in the top 1,000, Vietnam also has Ton Duc Thang University in the group of 1,001-1,200; Hanoi University of Science and Technology is in the group 1,201-1,400.
The QS Rankings 2023 evaluates schools based on eight criteria. In which, 6 criteria have been kept stable over the years, including: academic reputation, reputation with employers, faculty/student ratio, article citation/lecturer ratio, and ratio international faculty and international students.
Two additional criteria in the 2023 rankings are international research networks and recruitment output.
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