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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