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Eight Philippine universities figured in the latest Asian university rankings released by Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) on Tuesday, with University of the Philippines and Ateneo de Manila University as the country’s representatives in the top 100.
UP is still the top university in the country as it ranked 70th in the 2016 QS University Rankings for Asia, the same as last year. Following UP is AdMU which jumped to 99th place from 144th in 2015.
De La Salle University‘s ranking also went up from 181st in 2015 to this year’s 143rd spot.
Among the country’s “Big Four” schools, University of Santo Tomas (UST) is the only one that fell in its ranking. It is now in 157th place from last year’s 143rd spot.
Despite the slip in the rankings, UST is still the sole Philippine tertiary educational institution that secured 4 QS stars after garnering excellent marks in terms of employability, facilities, social responsibility and inclusiveness... Read More...