PolyU recognised in world university subject rankings
The University has achieved commendable results in the QS World University Rankings by Subject 2021, with five disciplines ranked among the top 50 in the world. Hospitality and Leisure Management led the way, ranked in ninth place, followed by Architecture/Built Environment (18th), Art and Design (20th), Civil and Structural Engineering (21st) and Nursing (43rd).
This year’s rankings analysed nearly 14,000 programmes, covering 51 disciplines, from 1,440 universities around the world. The results testify to PolyU’s academic excellence as a world leader in a number of disciplines. The University will continue to elevate its academic reputation through top-quality education, high-impact research and innovation, contributing to the betterment of society, our Nation and the world.
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