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Three VN universities in the top 1,000 best universities in the world 2023

Vietnam has five representatives in the 2023 QS World University Rankings.
The top 10 universities in the world 2023.



Educational organization Quacquarelli Symonds (UK) has announced the ranking of the best universities in the world in 2023 - QS World University Rankings (QS WUR 2023). Vietnam has three representatives in the 801-1,000 group, including the Vietnam National University (VNU) - Hanoi and VNU - Ho Chi Minh City, and Duy Tan University.

This is the first time Duy Tan University named in the list and it is also the only private university in Vietnam that makes that achievement.

This is the third consecutive year the Vietnam National University (VNU) - Hanoi and VNU - Ho Chi Minh City in the 801–1,000 group.

In addition, Ton Duc Thang University is ranked in the 1001-1200 group and Hanoi University of Science and Technology in the 1201-1400 group.

The three Vietnamese universities in the top 1,000.



The rankings feature 1,422 out of the 2,462 most prestigious universities from 100 countries and territories based on six indicators: academic reputation (40 percent), employer reputation (10 percent), faculty/student ratio, citations per faculty, international faculty ratio and international student ratio.

QS's ranking criteria highlight contributions and impacts of the quality of training and research of universities to society, and contributions to scientific research activities.

As many as 64 higher education institutions in Southeast Asia have been ranked in QS WUR 2023. Malaysia led the group with 24 institutions, followed by Indonesia (16), Thailand (10) and Vietnam (5).

Although only three higher education institutions were ranked, Singapore still shows its leading position with institutions being named in the top 20 in the world. The US again boasts four in the top five.

Thuy Nga

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