The United Kingdom-based organisation has published this year’s QS World University Rankings 2022 on Wednesday.
In 2018, DU became the first university from Bangladesh to secure in the most reputed QS rankings. It was then placed between 701 and 750 universities.
QS World University Rankings is the world’s most reliable one. It assesses a university on the basis of six parameters – academic reputation, employment reputation, faculty student ratio, citation per faculty, international faculty ratio and international student ratio. A university is measured on 100 marks.
For the tenth consecutive years, Massachusetts Institute for Technology (MIT) has gained the top position while the other top five universities are University of Oxford, Stanford University, University of Cambridge, and Harvard University.
Among the Asian universities, DU has been ranked at 134 with overall 35.4 points while BUET named at 199 securing 25.4 score.
In Asia, National University of Singapore (NSU) has gained the first position followed by Tsinghua University in China and Nanyang Technological University (NTU) in Singapore.