UOW among highly ranked young universities

UOW among highly ranked young universities

International scores, research citations and teaching reputation remain strong performers

The University of Wollongong (UOW) has been ranked 24th globally in the Times Higher Education (THE) Young University Rankings 2022 released today, Tuesday 15 February.

UOW’s high-impact research initiatives, teaching excellence, attracting international talent and maintaining strategic partnerships globally have collectively resulted in maintaining its strong rank globally.

In the THE assessment, International Outlook remained a strong performer with a score of 94.7, followed by Research Citations, attaining a score of 77.3.

The University is focused on producing highly skilled graduates and investing in programs that meet current employer demands. Recently, UOW graduates were ranked the best among their employers.

UOW Vice-Chancellor Professor Patricia M. Davidson said the University is dedicated to attracting and producing the best talent through research work and by contributing to solving complex global issues.

“I am delighted to see that UOW has maintained its strong global rank amid various challenges the University has faced in the last two years,” Professor Davidson said.

“Our phenomenal researchers are dedicated to solving complex world issues and these ranking results reflect their work.

“UOW as an institution is committed to producing in-demand skilled talent and our investment in research and innovation will further help in fulfilling our commitment.”

The rankings agency uses 13 carefully calibrated performance indicators to provide comprehensive and balanced comparisons to rank global universities.