For the first time, THE evaluated the two subjects and they achieved global rankings in the Education category within the 401-500 group, as well as in the Clinical and Health category within the 601-800 group.
The VNU-Hanoi has recently achieved a notable recognition, as it now boasts eight subjects listed on the rankings of THE.
Here's a possible rewrite: The remaining categories include Social Sciences (501-600), Business and Economics (601-800), Life Sciences (801-1000), Computer Sciences (801-1000), Engineering (801-1000), and Physical Sciences (801-1000).
THE rankings also include Arts and Humanities, Law, and Psychology in their evaluation.
The rankings have been derived from a comprehensive analysis of THE’s survey, Elsevier’s Scopus database, along with valuable input from educational institutions.
The 2024 edition is built upon THE's latest WUR 3.0 methodology, incorporating a comprehensive set of 18 meticulously calibrated performance indicators. These indicators effectively evaluate an institution's prowess across five key domains: teaching, research environment, research quality, industry collaboration, and international outlook.