A global leader in higher education strategy based in London, Quacquarelli Symonds (QS), recognized the University of Hawaiithe university’s flagship institution among the top 2% in the world and the United States for academic and research excellence.
QS considered 2,462 institutions on more than 26,000 colleges and universities worldwide for his World University Rankings 2023. uh Mānoa placed Nope. 67 among US institutions (out of nearly 4,000 colleges and universities nationwide) and Nope. 380 in the world, according to the ranking published on June 8.
“We are proud to see the global recognition of the impact of our faculty, students and staff on our community here in Hawaii and all over the world, uh Manoa Provost Michael Bruno said. “These rankings reflect our commitment to our mission, E hoʻomālamalama i kō mālama (cultivating the potential of every member of our community), through academic and research excellence.
The ranking takes into account academic reputation (40%), faculty student ratio (20%), citations by faculty (20%), employer reputation (10%), international faculty index (5%) and international student index (5%). QS also takes into account employment outcomes and international research networks.
uh Mānoa also received these notable rankings:
To learn more, visit the Mānoa Office of Institutional Research website.
-By Marc Arakaki