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15 PH universities enter the Times Higher Education 2022 Ranking


The Times Higher Education Impact Ranking 2022 on April 27, ranked the 15 universities in the Philippines among the world’s best universities for delivering the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

Out of 1,406 institutions from 106 countries in the ranking, the Ateneo de Manila University was ranked 101-200. With an overall score of 83.7 out of 100, the university was ranked first among the 15 Philippine higher education institutions (HEIs) included in the rankings.

ADMU got high scores in five SDGs—Clean Water and Sanitation (48); Sustainable Cities and Communities (77); Peace, Justice, and Strong Institutions (101-200); and Partnership for the Goals (101-200).

De La Salle University (DLSU) and Mariano Marcos State University (MMSU) were other Philippine universities included in the top 401-600 bracket.

DLSU received rankings in six categories: Clean Water and Sanitation (101-200); Life Below Water (101-200); Responsible Consumption and Production (201-300); Partnership for the Goals (301-400); No Poverty (401-600); and Quality Education (601-800).

MMSU, on the other hand, received ratings in seven SDGs: affordable and clean energy (101-200); gender equality (101-200); no poverty (201-300); peace, justice, and strong institutions (401-600); quality education (401-600); partnerships for the Goals (601-800); and good health and well-being (601-800). (601-800).

Also included in the rankings were Central Luzon State University (601-800); Mapua University (601-800); University of Santo Tomas (601-800); Tarlac Agricultural University (601-800); and Mindanao State University-Iligan Institute of Technology (601-800).

Additionally in the list were Nueva Ecija University of Science and Technology (801-1000); San Beda University (801-1000); Visayas State University (801-1000); University of Asia and the Pacific (1000+); Cebu Technological University (1000+); St. Paul University Philippines (1000+); and Tarlac State University (1000+).

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The Impact Rankings is the only global performance tables that assess universities against SDGs. It uses carefully calibrated indicators to provide comprehensive and balanced comparison across four broad areas — research, stewardship, outreach, and teaching.

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