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November 04, 2021 20:11

ITS Up Four Levels in QS AUR 2022

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Skor ITS pada 11 indikator yang digunakan dalam QS Asian University Rankings (AUR) 2022

ITS scores on 11 indicators used in the QS Asian University Rankings (AUR) 2022

ITS Campus, ITS News – Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember (ITS) has again proven itself one of Asia’s best universities, successfully climbing four ranks in the Quacquarelli Symonds Asia University Rankings (QS AUR) 2022 compared to last year. The QS AUR 2022 rankings were launched virtually in a series of QS APPLE Conferences held by QS for three days, until Wednesday (3/11).

ITS World Class University Senior Manager Rulli Pratiwi Setiawan ST MSc Ph.D. revealed, for QS AUR 2022, ITS is ranked 160th in the world. The ranking is up to four places compared to last year. A total of 687 universities are included in the QS AUR 2022 ranking, up from last year’s 634 universities.

ITS position, which is ranked 160 in Asia, is below several leading universities in Asia, such as Chiba University, Japan, which is ranked 131, and the University of Seoul, South Korea, which is ranked 136. However, with the current ranking, ITS is still in several other well-known universities in Asia, such as Yokohama National University, Japan (169), Kumamoto University, Japan (187), and Tunku Abdul Rahman University (UTAR), Malaysia (167).

Furthermore, Rulli explained, there are 11 indicators used in QS AUR. Namely Academic Reputation (30 percent), Company Reputation (20 percent), Faculty Students (10 percent), Citation per Paper (10 percent), Papers per Faculty (5 percent), Staff with Ph.D. degrees (5 percent), International Faculty ( 2 0.5 percent), International Students (2.5 percent), Inbound Exchanges (2.5 percent), Outbound Exchanges (2.5 percent), and International Research Networks (10 percent).

ITS menempati peringkat 120 besar perguruan tinggi di Asia

ITS is ranked in the 120 best universities in Asia

The total value of ITS in QS AUR 2022 is 31.5 with details of 27.3 Academic Reputation; Employer’s Reputation 47.9; Faculty Students 31.1; Citation per Paper 1.1; Papers per Faculty 16.0; Staff with Ph.D. 1.1; International Faculty 97.3; International Students 17.5; Incoming Exchange 88.6; Exchange Exit 100; and the International Research Network 9.5.

The woman, an alumnus of ITS, added that the maximum score for each indicator is 100. The number of scores has increased slightly compared to the previous year. “Indicators of Academic Reputation, Reputation of Employers and International Faculty Staff, are some of the indicators that have consistently increased since 2019,” he said.

In his assessment, the ITS Urban and Regional Planning Department (PWK) lecturer explained that what needs to be understood is that the QS AUR 2022 released in 2021 uses the 2019 database for the type of data input such as the number of lecturers and the number. Student.

Meanwhile, citations are calculated based on the publication of journal articles in Scopus indexed journals in the last five years and a citation period of six years. The Academic Reputation and Employer Reputation Indicators are calculated for five years.

Finally, Rulli said that ITS would continue to improve its performance in the future, supporting achievements in Academic Reputation, Employer Reputation, Publication, and Citation. “Hopefully, this can make ITS reputation more known and recognized, especially at the international level,” he said. (ITS Public Relation/far)

Reporter: Shinta Ulwiya

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