The UK-based higher education rating institution Times Higher Education (THE) has announced the 2024 World University Rankings. In the ranking, in which universities are evaluated academically according to 5 main areas, Sabancı University ranked first among the universities in Turkey by being in the 351-400 bracket.
The Times Higher Education (THE) 2024 World University Rankings have been announced. In the rankings, Sabancı University is in the highest bracket among Turkish universities. The THE World University Rankings methodology consists of 17 performance indicators under 5 main areas, namely teaching, research environment, research quality, industry, and international outlook. Sabancı University, which is in the 351-400 bracket in the list, improved its score in all areas compared to the previous ranking, and stands out especially with the progress it has made in the Research Quality area. Sabancı University was ranked in the 351-400 bracket with 31.7 points in Teaching, 37.9 in Research Environment, 69.5 in Research Quality, 90.2 in Industry, and 66.6 in International Outlook.
Making a statement on the subject, Sabancı University President Prof. Dr. Yusuf Leblebici said, “We are happy and proud to be the university ranked first in Turkey in the Times Higher Education (THE) 2024 World University Rankings. This result proves that we are Turkey's leading university. Today, we carry out many studies that make a difference in education. As a research university, we carry out research activities that have considerable influence on the scientific world in our faculties and centers, and receive high levels of project support from domestic and international sources for these studies. Not only do we continue to be the best in Turkey, but are also taking firm steps towards becoming a highly-regarded and respected research university all over the world. For this purpose, we are constantly preparing for the future and taking steps to further enrich our research infrastructure. I believe that we will achieve many more successes together with our faculty members and students.”