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    QS: 4 Philippine schools among world's top universities 2022

    MANILA, Philippines – Four of the Philippines' best schools were included anew in the latest Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) World University Rankings, with results of the study released on Thursday, June 10, amid of the challenging time for the whole world, with COVID-19 pandemic impacting universities and students alike.
    4 Philippine schools among world's top universities 2022

    The University of the Philippines (UP) is still on the top spot, placing 399 or down by 3 notches from last year, in the top 1,300 institutions from around the world.

    Ateneo de Manila University (ADMU) maintained its international ranking, 601-650th spot.

    De La Salle University (DLSU) and University of Santo Tomas (UST) are on 801-1000th and 1001-1200th position, respectively.

    QS: 4 Philippine schools among world's top universities 2022

    Note that UST is the only university in the country with 4 stars rating for being exceptional in these areas: facilities, graduate employability, teaching, research, social responsibility, internationalization and inclusiveness.


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    Published annually, the QS World University Rankings provides an index of the world’s leading higher education institutions, based on six performance indicators such as academic reputation (40%), employer reputation (10%), faculty/student ratio (20%), citations per faculty (20%), international faculty ratio (5%) and international student ratio (5%).

    The best university in the world, for a 10th consecutive year, is Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) which earns perfect scores across the research and the employability indicator.

    In Asia, 305 schools are found in the QS World University Rankings this year. The highest ranked university is found in Singapore in Southeast Asia: the National University of Singapore (NUS), placing in 11th place worldwide and earning its highest score in the academic reputation indicator.

    Southeast Asia claims a total of 60 universities this year. Malaysia has the most ranked schools in Southeast Asia with 22; followed by Indonesia with 16.

    — The Summit Express

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