28 Egyptian universities on The Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2024

28 Egyptian universities on The Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2024
28 / 09 / 2023
بقلم Marwa Nassar - -

Twenty-eight Egyptian universities were listed on The Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2024 which include 1,904 universities across 108 countries and regions.

Egypt-Japan University of Science and Technology (E-JUST) came at the top of Egyptian universities listed on the Times Rankings.

The list also comprised Al Azhar University(801-1000), Alexandria University (801-1000), American University in Cairo  (801-1000), Aswan University (801-1000), Cairo University (801-1000), Damietta University (802–1000),  Kafrelsheikh University (801–1000), Mansoura University (801-1000), Zagazig University (801–1000), Ain Shams University (1001-1200), Benha University (1001–1200), Beni Suef  (1001–1200) and Fayoum University (1001–1200).

Menya University (1001–1200) was also placed on the list alongside Nile University (1001–1200), Suez University (1001-1200), Suez Canal University (1001-1200), Tanta University (1001-1200), Zewail City of Science and Technology (1001-1200), Arab Academy for Science, Technology and Maritime Transport (1201-1500), Assiut University (1201-1500), the British University in Egypt (1201-1500), Helwan University (1201-1500), Port Said University (1201-1500), Sohag University (1201-1500), South Valley University (1201-1500) and German University in Cairo (1501 +).

Top universities of The Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2024:

The University of Oxford tops the ranking for the eighth year in a row, but others in the top five have seen shifts in their ranks. Stanford University moves up to second place, pushing Harvard University down to fourth.

The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) climbs up two places to third this year. The University of Cambridge slips to fifth place, after being in joint third place last year.

The highest new entry is Italy’s Catholic University of the Sacred Heart, ranked in the 301-350 bracket. However, the majority of the institutions joining the ranking for the first time this year are in Asia.

The US is the most-represented country overall, with 169 institutions, and also the most-represented in the top 200 (56). With 91 institutions, India is now the fourth most-represented nation, overtaking China (86).

Four countries enter the ranking for the first time – all of them in Europe. The addition of Kosovo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, North Macedonia and Armenia is in contrast to last year’s trend when all the new entrants were from Africa.

Stanford University leads the teaching pillar, while the universities of Oxford and Cambridge come top for research environment. The research quality pillar, which is the newly renamed citations pillar, sees MIT in first place.

The University of Sharjah in the United Arab Emirates scores highest in international outlook, while 28 institutions receive a top score of 100 for the industry pillar.

In addition to the 1,904 ranked institutions, a further 769 universities are listed with “reporter” status, meaning that they provided data but did not meet the rankings eligibility criteria to receive a rank, and agreed to be displayed as a reporter in the final table.

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