Source: Socialist Republic of Vietnam
The four facilities are Vietnam National University-Hanoi, which is ranked at number 401-600, Ton Duc Thang University (401-600), Hanoi University of Science and Technology (601-800), and Phenikaa University (801-1000).
All the universities received high rankings for achievements relating to SDG 8 – decent work and economic growth. Only Vietnam National University-Hanoi is placed in high position for criterion SGD 4 – quality education with 71.4 points, ranking 92nd in the world, the highest ranking that a Vietnamese education facility has reached.
The SDG 5- gender education – is also the strength of the Hanoi University of Science and Technology and the Vietnam National University-Hanoi.
Meanwhile, Ton Duc Thang and Phenikaa Universities are highly evaluated in implementing SDG 11 – sustainable cities and communities.
This year, the Impacts Rankings considered 1,115 education facilities across the globe. Manchester University of the UK came first, followed by three Australian Universities – University of Sydney, RMIT and La Trobe University.
In Southeast Asia, Thailand has 25 universities entering the ranking, while Malaysia has 19, Indonesia 18, and the Philippines, 5.