European University Cyprus’ inclusion in the Times Higher Education Impact Rankings marks a particularly significant success, as in key criteria, the university ranks considerably higher than long established universities globally.
The annual Times Higher Education Rankings, released on Wednesday, have named European University Cyprus among the 301+ universities in the world (see table) in terms of its social and economic impact.
Times Higher Education Rankings, among the most esteemed university ranking bodies worldwide, adopt United Nations established criteria for their assessment.
European University Cyprus Ranking
Good health and well-being
Decent work and economic growth
Industry, innovation and infrastructure
Sustainable cities and communities
Responsible consumption and production
Peace, justice and strong institutions
Partnerships for the goals
European University Cyprus is ranked an impressive 76th in terms of Decent Work and Economic Growth which evaluates sectors such as sustainable growth, the work placement of students and the employability of graduates, while it is included
in the 100-200 bracket of best universities in the sector of Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure.
The Rector, Professor Kostas Gouliamos, remarked that this international recognition is of major importance to European University Cyprus because it reflects the institution’s adherence to its strategic goals of excellence and high quality education and its contribution to society and the economic growth of the country.
The President of the Council of the university, Dr. Christoforos Hadjikyprianou, said that with the significant investment by Galileo Global Education, the largest educational institution in Europe, European University Cyprus aims to develop and implement its strategic plans to further its success, through the strengthening of its human capital and by channelling funds to research and investment in high-tech innovations.