PHILIPPINES - DLSU is the lone PHL private university in the Times Higher Education World University
Rankings for four straight years.
De La Salle University maintains its standing as one of the leading universities in the world with its inclusion in the 2022 edition of the Times Higher Education World University Rankings.
The lone private university in the country to be ranked for four straight years, DLSU stays within the expanded final bracket of 1,200+. THE ranks more than 1,500 institutions or roughly six percent of over 26,000 HEIs in the world.
These rankings list only research-intensive universities, with research-based input and output metrics accounting for 65% of the overall institutional scores.
Vice Chancellor for Research and Innovation Dr. Raymond Girard Tan said that DLSU’s consistent inclusion in the rankings shows the University’s resolve to remain as a leading resource for research and development in the country.
“We focus on our research priorities, continuously collaborating with our local and international partners to develop innovative and sustainable ways to mitigate the impact of COVID-19,” he said.
DLSU President Br. Bernard Oca FSC expressed his message of gratitude and support to the faculty, students, and personnel for this achievement. “Thank you for a job well done. May you remain steadfast in the face of enormous challenges, as we pursue our Lasallian mission to transform lives and our nation through education.”
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