In the recently published QS World University Rankings: Asia 2024, Duy Tan University in Da Nang achieved a commendable position of 115th. Similarly, Ton Duc Thang University in HCMC secured the 138th spot, while Vietnam National University, Hanoi claimed the 187th position.
Duy Tan has made significant progress by moving up 30 positions from the previous year, whereas Ton Duc Thang maintained its position unchanged. On the other hand, VNU Hanoi experienced a decline, dropping 25 places in the ranking.
In this year's ranking, a total of 15 schools from Vietnam have secured positions. Notably, Vietnam National University Ho Chi Minh City has maintained its position at 220, while Nguyen Tat Thanh University in HCMC has been placed within the range of 291-300. Additionally, the University of Economics Ho Chi Minh City has achieved a commendable rank of 301-350.
Here are the rephrased rankings for each university: - Hue University is ranked between 351-400. - Hanoi University of Science and Technology is ranked between 401-450. - Ho Chi Minh City University of Technology and Education is ranked between 401-450. - University of Da Nang is ranked between 501-550. - Can Tho University is ranked between 651-700. - Hanoi’s University of Transport and Communications is ranked between 651-700. - Van Lang University in Ho Chi Minh City is ranked between 701-750. - Industrial University of Ho Chi Minh City is ranked between 751-800. - Hanoi National University of Education is ranked 801 or higher.
Four schools have made their debut on the list, which includes Nguyen Tat Thanh University, Ho Chi Minh City Technical Education, University of Transport and Communications, and Van Lang.
In the present year, a total of 856 establishments were exhibited hailing from 25 different countries and territories.
With 148 universities being featured, India currently holds the top position as the most represented higher education system. China closely follows with 133 universities, while Japan has 96 universities featured.
China's Peking University secures the top spot in the regional rankings, emerging as the best university in the region. Following closely behind are The University of Hong Kong and the National University of Singapore.
According to Ben Sowter, the Vice President of QS, this year's ranking is the biggest ever with a significant number of Asian universities included. This growth highlights the thriving and fiercely competitive higher education landscape in Asia. Additionally, it enables more detailed analysis of institutions, aiding students in making informed choices and helping university leaders and policymakers in implementing targeted improvements within the region.
The QS Asia University Rankings employ a comprehensive set of 11 indicators to evaluate universities. These indicators include the university's academic reputation, employer reputation, faculty-student ratio, international research network, citations per paper, papers per faculty, staff members holding a PhD degree, proportion of international faculty, proportion of international students, proportion of inbound exchange students, and proportion of outbound exchange students.