Four colleges from the Emirate of Abu Dhabi made the top 500, with Khalifa University of Science and Technology falling from 181st to 230th. The University of Sharjah has improved significantly, moving up to position 465 from the 601-650 band.
Emirates has the most diverse higher education environment in the world and is particularly strong in engineering. Additionally, 81% of the institutions in the United Arab Emirates improved in the rankings as a result of their soaring global reputation.
The U.A.E. has one of the most globally diverse professor populations among nations with ten or more ranked universities. Nine of the 11 ranked universities in the Emirates are in the top 10 in the world, and all 11 are among the top 50 worldwide for this indicator. Also, the most diverse faculty in the world can be found at Al Ain University.
Four of the top 10 universities worldwide for this indication are in the United Arab Emirates, which also leads the globe in terms of international students. However, Emirati institutions struggle in terms of sustainability and research metrics.
U.A.E. continues to be a sought-after destination for foreign talent due to its attractive academic environment and abundance of teaching resources. Investing in collaborative, pertinent research, upskilling its population, and seriously developing an agenda for sustainable development remain crucial strategies as the country navigates the transition away from an oil-based economy.
QS World Rankings: Universities in UAE
|Name of the University||QS World Ranking|
|Canadian University Dubai||551|
|Abu Dhabi University||580|
|American University in Dubai||601 – 610|
|Al Ain University||611-620|
|University of Dubai||801-1,000|
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