QS (Quacquarelli Symonds) World University Rankings 2023 results were released on, June 8, 2022 by QS, a British company.
QS, London-based global higher education analysts have released the 19th edition of the world’s International University rankings.
- This year’s QS World University Rankings includes over 1,418 institutions across one hundred locations, up from 1,300 last year making it the largest ever.
For QS World University Rankings, universities have been evaluated according to the following six metrics (Indicators):
- Academic Reputation
- Employer Reputation
- Faculty/Student Ratio
- Citations per faculty
- International Faculty Ratio
- International Student Ratio
Key Points of QS World University Rankings 2023:
» On the global level, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) was named the best university for the 11th consecutive year.
» The University of Cambridge bagged the second place followed by Stanford University in third.
Top five Universities listed in QS World University Rankings 2023 are:
- Rank 1: Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) (Overall Score- 100)
- Rank 2: University of Cambridge (Overall Score- 98.8)
- Rank 3: Stanford University (Overall Score- 98.5)
- Rank 4: University of Oxford (Overall Score- 98.4)
- Rank 5: Harvard University (Overall Score- 97.6)
Performance of Indian University:
» In the QS World University Rankings 2023, a total of 41 Indian universities featured of which 12 have improved, 12 remained stable, 10 declined while seven universities are new entries.
» On the Faculty and Student Ratio (FSR) indicator, 30 of the 41 Indian universities suffered a decline while only 4 showed improvements.
» The Indian Institute of Science (IISc), Bengaluru is ranked 155th globally and tops in India. IISc Bengaluru has emerged as the fastest rising South Asian University in the QS World University Rankings top 200 varsities. It gained 31 places.
» IIT Bombay has secured 2nd rank in India and 172nd rank globally. Overall, the Institute has improved on its 2022 performance by five places.
» IIT Delhi climbed 11 places to 174th position globally.