In 2022, the fourth consecutive year, Vietnam National University, Hanoi and Vietnam National University Ho Chi Minh City ranked 801-1,000 in the world, according to QS.
According to the world’s best university rankings in 2022 announced by QS (Quacquarelli Symonds – UK) on June 9, more than 1,300 schools in 93 countries and territories were evaluated and ranked. This is QS’s largest ranking ever with an unprecedented number of schools.
Hanoi National University and Ho Chi Minh City National University are ranked 801-1,000 in the world, remaining the same as in 2021. Compared to 2020 and 2019, Hanoi National University has not changed its rank, while the University National University of Ho Chi Minh City from group 701-750 to 801-1,000.
Vietnam also has two other representatives in the 2022 ranking, Ton Duc Thang University returns to the group of 1,001-1,200, similar to the position of 2020. Last year, this school was not ranked. Hanoi University of Science and Technology group 1,201+, down 200 places compared to 2021.
In 2022, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology has remained at the top spot in the world for the past four years. The remaining wallet values in the top 10 are still familiar names, but most have been shuffled compared to last year. Oxford University (UK) from 5th position to 2nd in the world, followed by Stanford University (USA) and Cambridge University (UK) with 3rd place.
The remaining six names in the top 10 are Harvard University (USA), California Institute of Technology (Caltech), Imperial College London (UK), Swiss Federal Institute of Technology – ETH Zurich (Switzerland), University College. London (UK) and the University of Chicago.
In Asia alone, the National University of Singapore and Singapore’s Nanyang Technological University are at the top, holding 11th and 12th respectively in the world. Next, the two most prestigious universities in China, Tsinghua University and Peking University, share 17th and 18th places in the world.
The QS World University Rankings was established in 2004, ranking schools according to 6 criteria, including: Academic reputation (accounting for 40% of the total score), reputation with employers (10%), ratio faculty/student (20%), article citation/faculty ratio (20%), international faculty ratio (5%) and international students (5%).