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Nine Vietnamese Universities are Listed in the 2023 THE Impact Rankings

On June 1, the Times Higher Education (THE) announced the 2023 Impact Rankings, with nine Vietnamese universities listed, including the University of Economics in HCMC and the HCMC Open University for the first time.
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The nine Vietnamese universities listed in the 2023 THE Impact Rankings
This is the fifth year the THE Impact Rankings 2023 has exclusively ranked universities according to the 17 United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), which measure educational institutions globally on their social development and environmental protection performance. The objective is to build a peaceful and prosperous society worldwide. 
The SDG performance criteria 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 and justice; Strong institutions; and Partnerships. 
The final score in the overall table is calculated by combining the 17th SDG score, for partnerships, the only compulsory SDG for inclusion, with the top three scores in the remaining 16 SDGs. So partnerships account for 22% of the total score, while the other SDGs each carry a weighting of 26%. In each SDG, points are calculated based on research, stewardship, outreach, and teaching.
The 2023 global THE Impact Rankings Vietnamese:   
1. University of Economics in HCMC, 301-400 
2. DTU, 401-600
2. VNU Hanoi, 401-600
4. FPT University, 601-800
4. Hanoi University of Science and Technology, 601-800
4. National Economics University, 601-800
4. Ton Duc Thang University, 601-800
8. Phenikaa University 801-1000
9. HCMC Open University, 1001+
The University of Economics in HCMC was ranked highest, in the 301-400 group. DTU and the VNU in Hanoi in the 401-600, up 200 places from last year; the Hanoi University of Science and Technology; the National Economics University; FPT University and Ton Duc Thang University in the 601-800 group; Phenikaa University was ranked 801-1,000; and the HCMC Open University at 1,001+. 
Australia’s Western Sydney University leads the ranking for the second year in a row. Canada is the most-represented nation in the Top 10, with four institutions, followed by Australia with three. Also in the top 10 is one university from the UK, one from Malaysia, one from the US and one from Denmark. 
2023 Impact Rankings, top 10 worldwide:
1. Western Sydney University (Australia)
2. University of Manchester (The UK)
3. Queen’s University (Canada)
4. Universiti Sains Malaysia (Malaysia)
5. University of Tasmania (Australia) 
6. Arizona State University (The US)
7. University of Alberta (Canada)
7.RMIT University (Australia)
9. Aalborg University (Denmark)
9. University of Victoria (Canada)
9.Western University (Canada)
The 2023 Impact Rankings included a total of 1,591 universities from 112 countries/regions. The UK has the most universities in the overall top 100 with 26, followed by Canada with 16 and Australia has 15.
In Southeast Asia, Thailand has 65 schools ranked in the grand total, followed by Indonesia with 32, Malaysia 24, the Philippines 29, Vietnam 9 and Cambodia 1. 
(Media Center)