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Hallym ranked 18th in Korea by the 2021 QS World Ranking

Created At : 2020-06-11

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Hallym University ranked 18th in Korea by the 2021 QS World University Rankings
– Our highest ever QS Ranking! 


 
- Ranked 551-560 in the world
- The highest QS Ranked university in the province of Gangwon-do
- Take a leap forward with our globally focused first-class university.

 


 
□ Hallym University was ranked 18th in Korea in the ‘2021 QS World University Rankings,’ conducted by the British university evaluation agency QS (Quacquarelli Symonds). 

□ In this year’s QS ranking, 29 Korean universities were ranked including; Seoul National University, KAIST, Korea University, POSTECH, Yonsei University and Hallym University. 
Hallym University climbed to 18th place, moving up one place from last year’s rankings, resulting in our highest ever QS World Ranking! 

□ The QS World University Ranking is formulated by measuring six ranking indicators; evaluation of academics (40%), employer reputation (10%), faculty/student ratio (20%), the number of paper citations made per faculty (20%), international faculty ratio and international student ratio (5% each) are used as a combined evaluation index. The QS Rankings are recognized as the most prestigious and comprehensive university evaluation in the world. Opinions are gathered from 150,000 academics and industry leaders globally. 

□ During the tenure of President Kim Choongsoo, Hallym University has made continuous efforts to realize student-centered education, through the three core strategies of globalization, convergence and localization policies of Hallym Vision & Action 2016~2022 and Hallym Vision & Action 2018~. In particular, starting in 2019, KOICA has been leading the globalization of Hallym University by promoting KOICA Master's Degree training projects and global cooperation projects, centering on the Faculty of Global Integrated Studies and the Graduate School of Global Cooperation.

□ Hallym University recently announced the establishment of its School of AI Health and Life-care Sciences, which will have a yearly intake of 60 students starting from 2021. Hallym University continues to develop its role in the fourth industrial revolution in Gangwon-do, based on AI and the field of Health & Life Care. Hallym University also continues with its commitment to further drive its internationalization by working with its network of international partner universities. 

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