Visayas State University among 15 PH universities included in 2022 international ranking

The Visayas State University in Leyte is one of 15 universities in the Philippines included in the international ranking for 2022. Photo: VSU

The Times Higher Education (THE) Impact Rankings for 2022 place fifteen (15) Philippine universities among the world's best higher education institutions (HEIs).

According to the latest ranking, the number of ranked Philippine universities has increased by 300 percent this year, from five last year to 15 this year.

With its inclusion in the Top 200, Ateneo de Manila University is the highest-ranked Philippine HEI. This is the highest-ranking for a Philippine university since the ranking began in 2019. Meanwhile 


The addition of eight State Universities and Colleges (SUCs) to this international ranking, which includes Visayas State University in Leyte, represents the most significant improvement in this international ranking.

Other SUCs in the international rankings are - Central Luzon State University in Nueva Ecija, Tarlac Agricultural University in Tarlac, Mariano Marcos State University in Ilocos Norte, Cebu Technological University in Cebu, Nueva Ecija University of Science and Technology in Nueva Ecija,  Mindanao State University – Iligan Institute of Technology in Iligan,and Tarlac Agricultural University


The following Philippine HEIs made the list:

101 – 200 

Ateneo De Manila University


401-600

De La Salle University
Mariano Marcos State University


601-800

Central Luzon State University
Mapua University
University of Santo Tomas
Tarlac Agricultural University


801-1000

Mindanao State University – Iligan Institute of Technology
Nueva Ecija University of Science and Technology
San Beda University
Visayas State University


1001+

University of Asia and the Pacific
Cebu Technological University
St. Paul University Philippines
Tarlac State University


One of the most influential rankings, the University Impact Rankings, is the only global performance table that evaluates universities' contributions and initiatives to achieving the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals 17 (SDG 17).

The assessment employs calibrated indicators to provide thorough and balanced comparisons across four broad areas: research, teaching, outreach, and stewardship.

This year's rankings included over 1,000 universities from 106 different countries and regions.

Since its inception in 2019, the number of Philippine universities in this ranking has steadily increased. This reflects the growing internationalization campaign of Philippine HEIs, as well as their desire to benchmark and compete with the best universities in the world.

CHED has aided in this effort by hosting masterclasses, workshops, and orientations on international assessments so that HEIs can better understand the process and metrics used by various ranking organizations.

The CHED is still assisting HEIs that want to join the global rankings.  (Source: CHED)
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