Times Higher Education rankings: 2022 schedule

The World University Rankings will be released in October 

November 13, 2021
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Last updated 20 October 2022

Times Higher Education has confirmed the schedule for its portfolio of university rankings for the 2022 calendar year.

The year will begin with the publication of the 2022 list of the world’s most international universities, followed by the launch of the Young University Rankings at an online webinar in February and the teaching-focused Japan University Rankings in March.

In April, we will publish the fourth edition of our Impact Rankings, which will now reward institutions with dedicated courses on sustainability. The results will be revealed at the in-person Innovation & Impact Summit in Stockholm, Sweden.

June will see the release of the Asia University Rankings at the Asia Universities Summit in Aichi, Japan, while the Latin America University Rankings will be published the following month.

Our World University Rankings 2023 will be released on 12 October at our flagship World Academic Summit in New York. The hybrid event will focus on the theme of trajectories and examine the role of higher education leaders and policymakers in identifying, adapting to and meeting rising expectations for progress in three different areas: students, institutions, and the wider higher education sector.

More rankings dates will be announced in due course.

2022 rankings schedule (click on a ranking below to view the latest edition)

Note: After a successful five-year partnership with the WSJ, THE is no longer producing a US ranking. Following our recent acquisition of Inside Higher Education (IHE), our intention is to build on what we have learned and use our unique data sources to develop a more nuanced and diverse picture of what US universities offer.

Note: Following a review of our rankings portfolio, we have made a decision to no longer publish the Emerging Economies University Rankings. Many of the institutions and countries in this ranking are included in other rankings that provide a better overview of performance within regional contexts (such as the Arab, Asia and Latin America rankings) or a better overview of performance based on institutions’ own priorities (such as the Impact Rankings). View the full portfolio of THE rankings.


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