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2022 Times Higher Education Emerging Economies University Rankings

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Ranking highlights

  The latest Times Higher Education Emerging Economies University Rankings shows that the strength of universities from “Secondary Emerging” (Secondary Emerging) countries and regions continues to increase.

  A total of 698 universities from 50 countries and regions have qualified for the ranking, an increase of 15% from the 606 in 2021.

  The rankings of universities mostly from sub-emerging economies have improved or remained flat (54%).

  Driven by universities in Russia, India, and mainland China, sub-emerging economies have achieved outstanding results in the 2022 ranking.

  Seven universities in mainland China still maintained their top 10 results this year.

  Universities from Palestine and Tanzania made the list for the first time.

  Times Higher Education (Times Higher Education, referred to as THE) today released the results of the 2022 University Rankings for Emerging Economies. The ranking covers the London Stock Exchange FTSE Group’s classification as “Advanced Emerging )”, “Secondary Emerging” and “Frontier” countries or regions. Driven by universities in Russia, India, and mainland China, sub-emerging economies have achieved outstanding results in the 2022 ranking. A total of 698 universities from 50 countries and regions are on the list this year, of which 104 universities are on the list for the first time. The data source for this ranking is consistent with the 2022 World University Rankings released in September 2021.

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  Following the 2021 ranking of universities in emerging economies, universities from secondary emerging economies continue to lead the way. Among the 305 universities on the list last year, 165 universities (54%) have improved or flattened their rankings. This is because of the 48 universities from Russia, 26 (54%) have risen or stayed the same; 32 of the 62 universities from India (52%) have risen or stayed the same; 90 universities from mainland China Among them, 41 (46%) have risen or stayed the same. Mainland China has also become the first country and region to hold multiple seats in the top 10 for many years. After the ranking of the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology rose to 10th, two Russian universities have entered the ranks of elite universities, doubling the previous ranking.