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The Hong Kong Polytechnic University (PolyU) has attained an excellent result in the newly released Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) World University Rankings 2023, ranking 65th globally amongst more than 2,400 institutions evaluated.
Institutions are ranked according to their academic and employer reputation, research impact, faculty/student ratio, internationalisation performance, etc. PolyU’s ranking in the QS World University Rankings has risen for four consecutive years, and also achieved encouraging results in the earlier QS World Rankings by Subject 2022, with four of PolyU’s disciplines ranked among the top 20, namely Hospitality and Leisure Management (10th), Architecture/ Built Environment (15th), Engineering – Civil and Structural (15th), and Art and Design (16th).
PolyU’s President, Professor Jin-Guang TENG, said, “PolyU strives to excel in holistic education and the pursuit of interdisciplinary research, and is committed to transforming research excellence into real-world solutions in order to address societal needs. We are pleased that the University has performed well in various indicators of the QS World University Rankings, and has received international recognition. As always, PolyU will make reference to the ranking information and other forms of evaluation criteria to identify areas for improvement, and continue its pursuit of excellence in the areas of education, research and knowledge transfer, so as to contribute to the development of Hong Kong, our Nation and the world.”
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