Abu Dhabi University advances in the World University Subject Rankings


Abu Dhabi – In a number of subject areas, Abu Dhabi University has risen in the Quacquarelli Symonds World Rankings by Subject 2023.
According to the Emirates News Agency, the improvement in its business and management studies ranking was especially significant, rising at least 250 spots to be ranked between 251 and 300 globally and second in the UAE, reflecting its academic quality.
The university was ranked between 451 and 500 globally and third nationally, earning a spot on the social sciences and management list for the first time. In the engineering — mechanical, aeronautical, and manufacturing list, it was ranked between 451 and 500 globally and sixth in the United Arab Emirates, which was hailed as a noteworthy accomplishment.

The annual rankings are created to make it easier for prospective students to find the best institutions for a given field. These are based on the findings of international polls of academics and employers as well as research citations.
Prof. Ghassan Aouad, chancellor of the university, remarked that the staff is proud of the institution’s enviable standing as a preeminent academic centre that consistently develops generations through academic brilliance.
We are overjoyed to see the steady improvement in the QS World Rankings by Subject year after year, which Aouad attributed to the diligent efforts of every employee, including academics and staff, to expand and improve our curricula.

“We are still committed to giving our staff and students access to competitive opportunities that encourage research and innovation in order to develop their skills across a range of fields.”
The higher rankings were cited as evidence of the university’s dedication to provide students a top-notch educational experience and a variety of abilities that are in line with what employers are looking for.
The institution received the best possible grade in the categories of teaching, employability, internationalisation, research, online learning, facilities, and inclusion in 2022, achieving a five-star rating from the prestigious Quacquarelli Symonds Stars Rating.

One of only two international rankings that have been approved by the International Ranking Expert Group is the QS World University Rankings, which is regarded as one of the most extensively used indices of its kind.

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