200-step upgrade of Mohaghegh Ardabili University in the latest World Times ranking 2022

 | Post date: 2021/09/5 - 11:49 | 
200-step upgrade of Mohaghegh Ardabili University in the latest World Times ranking 2022
 
According to the university's public relations, Professor Aziz Habibi Yanjgeh announced the university's 200-step upgrading in the latest Times 2022 world ranking and achieving a valuable ranking of 5 among the country's universities and said:
 
The Times World Ranking is one of the most prestigious ranking systems in the world, which annually determines the position of different universities in the world based on 5 general indicators of education (with a statistical weight of 30%), research (with a statistical weight of 30%), citations (With a statistical weight of 30%), international prestige (with a statistical weight of 7.5%) and relationship with industry (with a statistical weight of 2.5%).
 
Dr. Habibi added: For this year's ranking, related information to the published articles in 2016-2020 and citations related to the period 2016-2020 have been used.
He added: "Last year, the University of Mohaghegh Ardabili for the first time succeeded in entering the Times 2021 world ranking and won the world rank of 601-800 among 1,527 top universities in the world and ranked 11th among 47 Iranian universities present in the above ranking.
 
Dr. Habibi added: "Fortunately, in the shadow of the proper planning, tireless efforts of managers, esteemed faculty members, hardworking staff and students and support of provincial and national officials, the University of Mohaghegh Ardabili while attending the Times World Ranking for the second year Consecutively, by ascending 200 steps in the world position and 6 steps in the national level, it succeeded in achieving a glorious rank of 501-600 among 1,662 universities from all over the world and a valuable rank of 5 among 58 Iranian universities present in the World Times ranking 2022.


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