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Times Higher Education lists 33 universities of Pakistan in 2024 Global Young University Rankings

The most recent THE Young University Rankings showed that Asia is now home to nearly half of the world’s top young research universities. The Times Higher Education (THE) World’s Young University Rankings 2024 feature 33 Pakistani universities, demonstrating a significant presence in the global academic landscape.

The Times Higher Education (THE) World’s Young University Rankings 2024 include 76 universities in Pakistan. THE has ranked 33 national institutions; the other institutes have been designated as “reporters” on the list. Pakistan’s exclusion from the top 100 universities underscores the difficulties the country’s higher education industry faces, with 76 institutions making cuts overall.

The following is a list of Pakistani universities that were recognized as “Reporters” on the Young University Rankings, which ranks the top 50 universities in the world for students under the age of fifty.


How Many Universities Listed?

There are 673 universities in the 2024 list, up from 605 in 2023. An additional 499 schools have been designated as “reporters,” indicating that although they submitted information, they were not deemed eligible to be ranked. For the second consecutive year, Nanyang Technological University in Singapore is at the top of the league standings.

Although it still holds a significant ranking in the top 10, Hong Kong’s performance at each university is not entirely consistent. The City University of Hong Kong has moved up two spots to fourth, while the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology has dropped from second to third and the Hong Kong Polytechnic University has moved from fourth to seventh.

France’s leading institutions all get better in the meantime. Its highest performance, Paris Sciences et Lettres – PSL Research University Paris, is now in second place, having moved up from third last year. With 58 institutions ranked, Turkey has the most, followed by Iran with 46 and India with 55.

The chart now includes 79 territories, which is one more than in 2023. Peru and Ghana both make their premieres.

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