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Vietnamese university named in top 500 of QS Graduate Employability Rankings

The Vietnam National University-Ho Chi Minh City has been named among the top 301 to 500 universities of QS Graduate Employability Rankings 2020, becoming the only university of Vietnam selected for this.




The Vietnam National University-Ho Chi Minh City has been named among the top 301 to 500 universities of QS Graduate Employability Rankings 2020



This is the second successive year the university named in the rankings.

The rankings were based on databases of 2,100 universities from 132 countries and territories.

Among the top 500 QS GER rankings, are 188 universities from Europe, 134 universities from Asia, 100 universities from North America, and 27 universities from Southeast Asia.

The QS GER rankings are based on five criteria, including employer reputation (accounting for 30% of the total score), alumni outcomes (25%), partnerships with employers per faculty (25%), employer/student connections (10%), and graduate employment rate (10%).

The US’s famous universities secure the leading positions of the rankings such as Massachusetts Institute of Technology, also known as MIT, ranked in first place, followed by Stanford University.

The runners-up in the top 10 were universities from the UK, Australia, and China.

Earlier, the Vietnam National University-Ho Chi Minh City was listed among the top 701 to 750 in the QS World University Rankings, in addition to being in the top 1000+ of THE 2020 rankings and placed at 144th in the QS Asia 2019 list. Dtinews


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