JU ranks 21st among 169 Arab universities

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AMMAN — According to the Times Higher Education (THE) ranking of Arab universities for 2022, the University of Jordan (JU)  ranked first out of 14 Jordanian universities and 21st out of 169 Arab universities, Al-Ghad News reported.اضافة اعلان

JU President Nathir Obiedat said that the university has occupied advanced ranks in various international evaluations, including its ranking for the first time among 1,000 international universities in the Shanghai World Rankings, and its five-star (excellent) rating by the UK’s QS Foundation.

Representing the JU, Vice President of Accreditation and Quality Assurance Inaam Khalaf, and Director of the university’s Quality Assurance Center Mansour Al-Matarana attended the annual THE summit “Transforming Learning for a Sustainable Future”. The meeting concluded on Wednesday in Kuwait, during which the results of the ranking was announced.

The THE ranking of Arab universities adopts the same criteria as the Basic World Classification of Universities, which evaluates education, scientific research, citation of scientific research, community, and the university’s global image.

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