TMU 77th in THE Asia-Pacific University Rankings, 5th in Taiwan

Source: Office of Global Engagement

Published on 2019-05-14

In the latest Time Higher Education (THE) Asia-Pacific University Rankings 2019, Taipei Medical University is ranked 77th in the region, a rise of 21 places compared to last year, and is ranked 5th among Taiwan universities.

THE Asia-Pacific University Rankings cover countries in East Asia, Southeast Asiaand Oceania, and over 300 universities from 13 countries made the ranking this year. The calculations for ranking Asia-Pacific universities are the same as those used for calculating global rankings: 5 components based on teaching, research, citation, international outlook and industry outcome, and another 13 indicators. The system also considers the features and development trends for Asia-Pacific regional universities and adjusts the ratio of these indictors, so a university’s regional and global rankings may be different.

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In recent years, the University has performed well in the international affairs, university-industry collaborations and research development aspects. In addition to recruiting international talent and developing new biomedical business ventures, TMU faculty participate in international teaching and research collaborations with good results. The development of university affairs also received affirmation from local and international reviews.

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