THE YOUNG UNIVERSITY RANKING (YUR) - 2019
Times Higher Education (THE) Young University Ranking for year 2019 is announced on 26th June, 2019. Six Pakistani Universities are ranked out of 351 Universities globally. NUST is at the bracket of 201-250 (out of 351 Universities). Last year only NUST and COMSATS were ranked from Pakistan whereas Six Universities from Pakistan are ranked this year including University of Lahore, Bahauddin Zakariya University, Government College University Lahore and PMAS Arid Agriculture University Rawalpindi.
NUST MAKES ITS MARK AS INAUGURAL PARTICIPANT IN THE UNIVERSITY IMPACT RANKINGS 2019!
NUST has been featured as an Inaugural Participant in a new ranking category introduced by Times Higher Education by the name of “THE University Impact Rankings". The ranking ascertains universities’ impact on society in line with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The new category of ranking has assessed universities against 11 out of 17 SDGs. This year, 462 worldwide universities have been considered for the ranking.
NUST is a pioneer among Pakistani universities to have aligned its R&D with the UN SDGs, and hence is an SDG-engaged university, committed to producing research and solutions in line with the SDGs. As per the ranking announced by THE on April 3, 2019, NUST has featured as one of the Inaugural Participants in this ranking category. The contending universities were required to participate in at least 4 SDGs, including the 17th SDG “Partnership for the Goals,” which was compulsory for all. The 3 optional SDGs NUST participated in were Quality Education (SDG 4), Gender Equality (SDG 5), and Industry, Innovation & Infrastructure (SDB 9). NUST was ranked between 101-200 in Quality Education; 201-300 in Gender Equality; 101-200 in Industry, Innovation & Infrastructure; and 301+ in Partnership for the Goals.
NUST RANKED IN THE ASIAN UNIVERSITY RANKING 2018
National University of Sciences & Technology (NUST) has achieved 162 positions in Asian University Ranking 2018 by Times Higher Education (THE). This year 359 Asian universities have been ranked from 25 countries. The ranking has been carried out on the basis of teaching, research, citation, knowledge transfer and international outlook.
NUST RANKED IN THE ASIAN UNIVERSITY RANKING 2017
National University of Sciences & Technology (NUST) has marked another milestone by achieving 158 positions in Asian University Ranking 2017 by Times Higher Education (THE). This year 300 Asian universities have been ranked from 24 countries with NUST being among top 158. The ranking has been carried out on the basis of teaching, research, citation, knowledge transfer and international outlook.
NUST RANKED IN THE ASIAN UNIVERSITY RANKING 2016
National University of Sciences & Technology (NUST) has marked another milestone by achieving 122 positions in Asian University Ranking 2016 by Times Higher Education (THE). This year 200 Asian universities have been ranked from 22 countries with NUST being among top 125. The ranking has been carried out on the basis of teaching, research, citation, knowledge transfer and international outlook.
NUST Among 150 Best Young Universties in the World declared by THE Ranking-2016
National University of Sciences & Technology (NUST) has marked another milestone by joining the league of worlds 150 best young universities under the age of 50 by Times Higher Education (THE), UK. According to the ranking NUST is the only Pakistani university to be ranked among prestigious ranking. The ranking lists have been prepared on the basis of data / statistics pertaining to year 2013-14. The Times Higher Education 150 Under 50 Rankings 2016 applies the same performance indicators as the THE World University Rankings to provide the most comprehensive and balanced comparisons, which are trusted by students, academics, university leaders, industry and even governments. The performance indicators are grouped into five areas which are Teaching, Research, Citations, International Outlook and Industry Outcome.
NUST Makes Debut in THE Ranking-2015
National University of Sciences and Technology (NUST) has made its debut in the Times Higher Education (THE) annual ranking list 2015 of the Top 100 Universities from BRICS and Emerging Economies and has been ranked # 95. Fifteen universities from Chile, China, India, Malaysia, Pakistan, Russia and Turkey have entered the tables for the first time. The THE uses the trusted and comprehensive range of 13 separate rigorous performance indicators, examining each university’s strengths against all of its core missions - teaching, research, knowledge transfer and international outlook. Some 22 countries classified as emerging economies by Financial Time Stock Exchange (FTSE) have been analyzed; which include Brazil, Russia, India, China, South Africa, Chile, Colombia, Czech Republic, Egypt, Hungary, Indonesia, Malaysia, Mexico, Morocco, Pakistan, Peru, the Philippines, Poland, Taiwan, Thailand, Turkey and the United Arab Emirates. This achievement speaks volumes of the hard work put in by the NUST management and faculty in terms of developing the University for competing internationally for the criteria used for ranking. While NUST management and faculty praise Allah, the Almighty, for bestowing this unique honour, the nation can take pride in its own university, the NUST. Rector NUST, Engineer Muhammad Asghar, has congratulated the administration and faculty of all NUST constituent institutions for their persistent efforts made to achieve excellence in providing high quality education to their students and carrying out research of international standards. He has assured the nation that NUST will continue making resolute efforts to further improve its standing amongst the global academia.