Lingnan University is ranked highly worldwide by the Times Higher Education’s most recent World University Impact Rankings 2020 that assesses the social and economic impact of world universities based on the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Among the 17 SDGs, Lingnan University is also ranked #48 in promoting NO Poverty and #71 in promoting Decent Work and Economic Growth. Such international recognitions underpin Lingnan University’s Core values: Education: Care for Learning and Research: Impact with Care.
The Times Higher Education University Impact Rankings attempts to document evidence of universities’ impact on society, rather than just research and teaching performance. Overall, Lingnan University has come in 101-200 amongst more than 850 universities from 89 countries and regions in the exercise. Please click here for more information.
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Ms Joyce Cheung, Research Fellow, School of Graduate Studies
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