According to the latest report released by QS, the UoH continued to rank among the world’s top universities in the range of 651-700. The QS categorized UoH as an “established medium sized public university with high research intensity and comprehensive subject focus.”
Six indicators determine the institutions’ rankings — academic reputation (40 percent), employer reputation (10 percent), faculty-student ratio (20 percent), citations per faculty (20 percent), the proportion of international students (five percent) and the proportion of international faculty (five percent).
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At 305 rank globally, the citations per faculty was the strongest indicator for UoH. In citations per faculty, UoH scored 46.1out of 100 points, whereas the global median is 39.2, indicating the widespread reach and impact of its published work.
Overall, in the 2022 edition, the UoH performed among the top 50 per cent in the QS World University Rankings. “We have slid down in some parameters that have affected the overall ranking and we will discuss and take measures to strengthen those areas. We need to perform much better in all key areas of teaching and research to be among the top 200 in the world. I am confident that with the Institution of Eminence (IoE) tag, our university will be able to reach the level of the top performing institutions of the world,” said Prof Arun Agarwal, UoH vice-chancellor, adding that large numbers of foreign applications that the university has received in 2021 is an indication that the IoE’s work is getting international attention.