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Amirkabir University of Technology in the latest global QS ranking 2025.

 | Post date: 2024/06/5 | 
Amirkabir University of Technology in the latest global QS ranking 2025.
The 2025 QS global ranking has been released, with 9 Iranian universities making it to the latest list. Amirkabir University of Technology is one of the universities included in this prestigious global ranking. Dr. Seyed Ahmad Fazelzadeh, the head of the ISC institute, mentioned that the 21st global QS ranking was unveiled on June 4, 2024. This ranking assessed over 1,500 institutions from 105 countries, with the United States, the United Kingdom, and China leading in the number of institutions featured. Among the 9 Iranian universities in the QS 2025 ranking, Sharif University of Technology secured the 342nd spot, Tehran University ranked 368th, Amirkabir University of Technology placed 403rd, Iran University of Science and Technology was at 436th, and Isfahan University of Technology stood at 489th, holding the top five positions in Iran. Notably, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) maintained its first-place position for the thirteenth year in a row in the QS 2025 ranking, with Imperial College London following in second place, and Oxford University, Harvard University, and Cambridge University rounding out the top five spots.
In the QS ranking, a total of 270 universities from 29 Islamic countries are represented. Malaysia leads among Islamic nations with 35 universities, followed by Indonesia with 27 and Turkey with 25 universities in the ranking.
QS evaluates universities' research impact by analyzing five-year data from the Scopus citation database. The assessment is based on six indicators across four main areas: teaching, research, employability, and internationalization.
This ranking considers various factors in evaluating university performance. It places a substantial emphasis on university reputation (40%), employer evaluations (10%), international faculty ratio (5%), international student ratio (5%), citations per faculty member (20%), and faculty to student ratio (20%).