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Nine Vietnamese Universities Listed in THE Impact Rankings 2023

On June 1st, Times Higher Education (THE) announced the 2023 Impact Rankings of 1,591 higher education institutions from 112 different countries and territories, up from 1406 in 2022. Nine Vietnamese universities are now included, compared with seven last year. 
The THE Impact Rankings 2023 marks the fifth year that Times Higher Education has released the ranking assessing universities against the 17 United Nations SDGs, which call for global action to build a peaceful and prosperous society since it measures the contributions of educational institutions on social development and environmental protection.
The University of Economics HCMC was ranked highest, in the group of 301-400, after making it to the list for the first time. Also, the HCMC Open University was named on the list for the first time, at 1,001+.
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Four 4 out of nine Vietnamese universities listed in THE Impact Rankings 2023
Duy Tan University and the Vietnam National University, Hanoi were placed between 401 and 600, rose 200 places from last year. The Hanoi University of Science and Technology, the National Economics University, FPT University and Ton Duc Thang University were in the group of 601-800; Phenikaa University was ranked 801-1,000
The Times Higher Education Impact Rankings are the only global performance raking to assess universities against the 17 United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), which are: No poverty; Zero hunger; Good health and well-being; Quality education; Gender equality; Clean water and sanitation; Affordable and clean energy; Decent work and economic growth; Industry, innovation and infrastructure; Reduced inequalities; Sustainable cities and communities; Responsible consumption and production; Climate action; Life below water; Life on land; Peace, justice and strong institutions and Partnerships for the goals.
A university’s final score in the overall table is calculated by combining its score in SDG number 17, the only compulsory SDG for inclusion in the overall table, with the top three scores in the remaining 16 SDGs. SDG number 17 accounts for 22 per cent of the overall score, while the other SDGs each carry a weighting of 26 per cent.  In each SDG, points are calculated based on the following factors: research, stewardship, outreach, and teaching.
In SDG number 17 regarding partnerships for the goals, the University of Economics HCMC ranked the highest with 81.7 points. In SDG number 4 regarding quality education, the VNU, Hanoi scored 75.4 points, ranked 1st in Vietnam and 70th worldwide.  
The overall ranking is led by Australia’s Western Sydney University for the second year in a row. The UK’s University of Manchester follows in second place, while Canada-based Queen’s University takes the third spot. The top institution from an emerging economy is Universiti Sains Malaysia, ranking at fourth.
In Southeast Asia, Thailand has 65 universities entering the ranking, while Malaysia has 24, Indonesia 32, and the Philippines 29 and Cambodia 1. 
THE is one of the four most prestigious university ranking organizations in the world, besides QS, ARWU and US News.  
(Media Center)