Sumary of Which emerging economies have the best universities?:
- China dominates the record number of universities that qualified for the Times Higher Education Emerging Economies University Rankings 2022. THE’s survey ranks institutions from emerging economies classified as ‘advanced emerging’, ‘secondary emerging’ or ‘frontier’.
- More than half of the universities from secondary emerging economies improved on or maintained their previous positions.
- The success of secondary emerging countries in the 2022 rankings is driven by Russia, India and China.
- China holds all of the top five slots in the Times Higher Education (THE) Emerging Economies University Rankings 2022. And out of a record 698 universities from 50 countries and regions listed, the region has secured 97 of the places in the rankings.
- Peking University has moved into pole position from 2021. The rankings rate universities on a number of performance indicators, with institutions assessed based on their teaching, research, citations, knowledge transfer and international outlook.
- They include institutions in countries or regions classified by the London Stock Exchange’s FTSE Group on a scale of development from ‘advanced emerging’ to ‘secondary emerging’ to ‘frontier’.
- The same assessment criteria are used to compile THE’s World University Rankings.
- However, the emerging economy rankings use different weightings to reflect development priorities.