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Thai universities in World University Rankings 2020

 

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BANGKOK, 19 September 2019 (NNT) - 16 Thai universities are included in World University Rankings 2020 by The Times Higher Education.

 

Mae Fah Luang and Mahidol universities are ranked in the six-hundred-first to eight-hundredth category in the rankings. Out of 1,400 universities across 92 countries, there is a total of 16 universities in Thailand in the rankings.

 

According to the website of Times Higher Education, the rankings are based on 13 criteria which measure teaching, research, knowledge transfer and the international outlook of each educational institution.

 

Among all Thai universities, The Mae Fah Luang University leads in the rankings. It recieves its highest scores in citations and international outlook while Mahidol University recieves its highest scores in industry, income and international outlook.

 

While in ASEAN, Singapore provides two universities of the highest rank: are National University of Singapore, in 25th place and Nanyang Technological University, 48th.

 

As for no.1, the University of Oxford leads the rankings, as it has for 4 consecutive years, followed by the California Institute of Technology and the University of Cambridge.

 

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21 minutes ago, johng said:

 

16 Thai Universities ranked 600th to 800th out of  1400th 🤔

 

No, apparently, two Thai schools, those named, ranked in the 600 to 800 category. And the remaining 14 presumably ranked lower on the list, somewhere between 800 and 1400.

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The Report Card will read "Could do better"   😎

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33 minutes ago, johng said:

16 Thai Universities ranked 600th to 800th out of  1400th 🤔

 

It appears that only 2 universities can claim that distinction:

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Mae Fah Luang and Mahidol universities are ranked in the six-hundred-first to eight-hundredth category in the rankings.

 

The rest must be below 800.

 

Oops, sorry @TallGuyJohninBKK did not see your previous post.

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18 minutes ago, Amusements said:

thanks for the link. for some unknown reason a link won't show the sort results; so have to select Thailand in the 'any country/region' drop down.

 

 

Mae Fah Luang and Mahidol universities are ranked in the 600-800

Chulalongkorn University 800-1000

 

The rest are 1000+

Chiang Mai University

Kasetsart University

Khon Kaen University

King Mongkut’s Institute of Technology Ladkrabang

King Mongkut's University of Technology North Bangkok

King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi

Mahasarakham University

Naresuan University

Prince of Songkla University

Silpakorn University

Srinakharinwirot University

Suranaree University of Technology

Thammasat University

 

Malaysia has 13 - 1 in 301-350, 1 in 501-650, 6 in 801-1000

 

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The percentage of overseas students is very interesting. We've just been in Edinburgh and Glasgow visiting one of our daughters and the number of Chinese students studying there is massive. 

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