QU Advances to 35th Position in the Asian continent

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Qatar University (QU) has ranked 35th on the level of the Asian continent in the Times Higher Education (THE) ranking of universities in the Asian continent for the year 2021, rising 17 places compared to last year in which it was ranked 52nd.
The university has managed to maintain and improve its position in each annual edition of the Times Higher Education (THE) rankings of universities in the Asian continent, which was launched in 2013.
 
The university said in a statement, that this new position in this classification is an impressive achievement, given that it set a record, as this year's classification included the entry of 551 universities from 30 countries and regions, making this edition the most competitive so far.
For his part, the Chief Knowledge Officer at Times Higher Education (THE) Phil Baty said that the ranking of universities in the Asian continent is getting more competitive every year, with more universities participating in different countries and regions.
He added that this classification is a testament to the strength that Qatar University enjoys, by maintaining its position in the international rankings and the improvement it witnesses every year.
The Times Higher Education uses the 13 performance indicators used in the world university rankings, but has been modified to better reflect the characteristics of higher education institutions in the Asian continent. (QNA)

Source: QNA

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