Times Higher Education (THE) has included 12 Pakistani universities in its Top 500 Emerging Economies University Rankings for 2020.
Only one institution from Pakistan has made it to the Top 100, as Times has placed Quaid-e-Azam University at 85th place. It includes institutions from countries that the London Stock Exchange categorizes as advanced emerging, secondary emerging, or frontier.
Rankings are compiled based on the following metrics:
- Industry income
- International outlook
- No of students
- No of Students per staff
- No of international students
- Female to Male ratio
Here is the complete list of the Pakistani universities ranked in the top 500.
|COMSATS University Islamabad||159|
|International Islamic University||201-250|
|University of Agriculture Faisalabad||251-300|
|Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS)||251-300|
|National University of Sciences and Technology (NUST)||251-300|
|University of Punjab||301-350|
|University of Engineering & Technology (UET) Lahore||351-400|
|University of Peshawar||351-400|
|Bahauddin Zakariya University||401-500|
|PMAS Arid Agriculture University Rawalpindi||401-500|
|University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences, Lahore||401-500|
Besides, Government College University Lahore and the University of Sargodha have made their way in the list of Top 500-1000 Emerging Economies University Rankings.
Find out more about the Times Top 500 Emerging Economies University Rankings here.