The University’s Times Rank puts the Arab Academy of Science, Technology and Maritime first in the country and 112 globally in terms of academic quality.
The latest results of the Times Higher Education International World University Rankings for 2022 show that the Academy is officially affiliated with 112 top universities in the world in academic quality.
Meanwhile, the head of the Arab Academy for Science, Technology and Maritime Transport, Dr.
The academy, though participating for the second time in that international classification, is proud to announce that it has reached this distinctive classification, he said.
During the academy’s celebration of the event, Abdel Kaffer stressed that the academy’s leap in the Times classification of universities is a reflection of its continued efforts for higher education. , Which is based on excellence and provides excellent education to its students in various specialties.
Abdul Kafar said, “I would like to commend the efforts of the Vice-Chancellors, Assistants, Vice-Chancellors, Faculty Members, Responsibility Centers, Staff and Workers who continue to strive for excellence in all fields. The Academy affirms our strong reputation among the universities.”
“Abdul Kafar added that this achievement proves that the academy enjoys a valuable international reputation through accredited programs that reflect the capabilities of the academy such as the quality of education.
It is noteworthy that the Times Higher Education Impact Rankings, recently launched by the British Times Foundation to measure the impact of universities on society based on their success in achieving the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, is the only global performance indicator that evaluates universities. The first edition of this classification was launched in 2019, according to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
This classification is published annually by The Times, the UK’s leading journal, to provide news related to higher education worldwide, to conduct international classifications related to higher education worldwide, and to conduct international classifications related to higher education worldwide in addition to its interest in issues related to higher education worldwide. And this classification is generally included this year in the world rankings of the most important universities in the range including 1406 universities from 106 countries.
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