DCU rises 24 places in the Times Higher Young University rankings to 89th in the world
Dublin City University has been ranked 89th in the Times Higher Young University rankings, having been ranked 113th in 2022. The Times Higher Education Young University Rankings list the world’s best universities that are aged 50 years or under. They aim to highlight a new breed of high-performing universities that have managed to join the world elite over decades rather than centuries, and that have the potential to become the next global academic powerhouses.
Speaking about the rankings, DCU President Professor Daire Keogh said:
Dublin City University’s 24-place rise in the Times Higher Education Young University Rankings demonstrates the strong engagement and exceptional commitment of all our staff during a transitional time in the university sector. The results reflect our dedication to an exceptional student experience, underpinned by innovative teaching and learning, strong industry partnerships and a drive to solving real-world challenges through our research.
About the Times Higher Young University rankings
The Times Higher Education Young University Rankings apply the same methodology as the World University Rankings to assess research-intensive universities across all their core missions: teaching, research, knowledge transfer and international outlook. The 2023 iteration of the rankings listed 605 institutions, up from 539 in 2022. The No. 1 ranked young university in the world in 2023, according to Times Higher, is Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. You can see the rankings here.