Thammasat University's commitment to SDGs has recently been ranked by THE Impact Rankings
Thammasat University's commitment to SDGs has recently been ranked by THE Impact Rankings, with a score of 83.6 and a global ranking between 101-200.
Tuesday 3 May 2022
Times Higher Education (THE)’s Impact Rankings are the first and only global performance tables that assess universities against the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
For this year, Thammasat University achieved an overall score of 83.6, which pushes its ranking up towards the bracket of 101-200 out of more than 1,400 institutions. This increase is a big climb in the latest world rankings from Times Higher Education.
This year, Thammasat University participated in the ranking and submitted seven goals to be evaluated. The end results are as follows:
- SDG 3 | Good Health and Wellbeing
Ranked in the top 101-200 out of 1,101 institutions worldwide, and with the score of 97 in "Collaboration and Health Services" indicator.
- SDG 5 | Gender Equality
Ranked 48th out of 938 institutions worldwide, up from the score of 49.8 (Top 201-300) in 2021. And with the score of 94.2 in "SDG5 Research" indicator.
- SDG 7 | Affordable and Clean energy
Ranked in the top 101-200 out of 705 institutions worldwide, and with the score of 97.2 in "University measures towards affordable and clean energy" indicator.
- SDG 10 | Reduced Inequalities
Scored 98.8 in "Measure against discrimination" indicator.
- SDG 12 | Responsible consumption and production
Ranked in the top 101-200 out of 604 institutions worldwide. Achieved a perfect score of 100 in "Operational Measures" indicator and scored 86.7 in "Publication of Sustainability Report" indicator.
- SDG 16 | Peace, Justice and Strong institutions
Achieved a perfect score of 100 in "Working with Government" indicator.
- SDG 17 | Partnership for the goals
Ranked 75th out of 1,438 institutions worldwide, up from the score of 43.9 (Top 201-300) in 2021. With the perfect score of 100 in both "Relationships to Support the Goals" and "Education for the SDGs" indicator.
We strongly believe that “small steps can lead to transformative changes.” Thammasat University is committed to sustainability and is able to be a model for others by continually engaging with its community. Thank you for all participation, as every driving force aspires us to pursue the SDGs, in hopes that we can all achieve a sustainable future together.
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