AIT ranked No.1 international university once again, bags 12 perfect scores in U-Multirank

AIT ranked No.1 international university once again, bags 12 perfect scores in U-Multirank

AIT scored a 100 per cent in foreign language master and bachelor
programs securing the No. 1 rank. It was ranked No. 1 in student
mobility, international academic staff, international joint
publications, and international doctorate degrees, reinforcing its
position at the top among world’s best international universities.

“AIT was international when no one was even using this word,” AIT
President Prof. Worsak Kanok-Nukulchai remarked. The founding fathers
envisaged AIT as an international university when they conceived AIT’s
precursor, the SEATO Graduate School of Engineering way back in 1959,
Prof. Worsak said. Additionally, AIT is also outperforming others who
are many times our size and capacity, he added.

This is the third consecutive year of AIT’s stellar performance in
U-Multirank rankings. In 2015, U-Multirank had ranked AIT as the top
university in “international orientation” — an honor it shared with
other global leaders. In 2016, AIT maintained its status, and scored
eight top scores with five top scores coming from ‘“international
orientation,” two from “knowledge transfer,” and one from
“research.”

In 2017, AIT has excelled again, obtaining 12 top scores —  six
in the category of  ‘international orientation,” three in
“knowledge transfer,” two in “research,” and one in “teaching and
learning.”

In the field of knowledge transfer, AIT gets a perfect score in income
from private sources (per fte academic staff), income from continuous
professional development (percentage of total income), and graduate
companies. In the field of research, AIT has top scores in research
publications (size normalised), and external research income. In
teaching and learning, it has a perfect score in graduating on time
(Bachelors).

U-Multirank is an independent ranking prepared with seed funding from
the European Commission’s Erasmus+ programme, and it rates 1300
universities and institutes from 99 countries. U-Multirank describes
itself as a new multidimensional, user-driven approach to international
ranking of higher education institutions, comparing the performances of
higher education institutions in five broad dimensions of university
activity including teaching and learning, research, knowledge transfer,
international orientation and regional engagement.

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