TMU listed on 2019 QS World University Rankings with 4 subjects, ranking only behind NTU

Source: Office of Global Engagement

Published on 2019-05-14

TMU listed on 2019 QS World University Rankings with 4 subjects, ranking only behind NTU

The 2019 QS World University Rankings by Subject announced at the end of February listed Taipei Medical University as ranking 209 th in Life Sciences & Medicine, specifically 129 th in Medicine, 94 th in Pharmacy and Pharmacology, 73 rd in Nursing and 336 th in Biological Sciences.

The QS World University Ranking is published every year with overall evaluations and rankings by region, subject, and ranking of new universities. This year, TMU achieved an outstanding result in terms of global university ranking by subject. In terms of overall performance it was second to NTU among Taiwan universities. TMU has focused on international events and activities in recent years, promoting teaching and research collaborations and raising its visibility so academics around the world can note TMU’s performance. TMU will continue to develop diverse, sustainable international collaborations based on outstanding performance which will benefit the learning and research of faculty and students.

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