The Times Higher Education Magazine launched the "Top 100 Asian university Rankings 2012-2013" for the first time and Mahidol University ranked (61st)
Mahidol's best score is in its international outlook, so there are encouraging signs there that it is appropriately outward-facing, and keen to recruit globally and [make progress on] international collaborations.
The Asia rankings used 13 separate performance indicators to examine each university's strengths against all its core missions - teaching, research, knowledge transfer and international outlook. All data are collected, analysed and verified by global data provider Thomson Reuters.
THE based its ranking on five criteria: Teaching (30%), Research (30%), Citations (30%), International Outlook (7.5%) and Industry Income (2.5%).
The two Thai universities included in Asia's top 100 were King Mongkut's University of Technology Thonburi (KMITT), which ranked 55th and Chulalongkorn University (82nd).
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Date :April 17, 2013