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METU Ranks First among Turkish Universities and 124th among European Universities in QS Europe Rankings 2024

METU ranked 124th in the World University Rankings: Europe 2024 by QS. METU also ranked first among all the universities in Turkey that took place in the ranking.

Middle East Technical University ranked 124th in the World University Rankings: Europe 2024, a ranking published by the UK-based university ranking organization Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) for the first time this year and included 688 European universities. With an overall score of 55.7, METU also ranked first among all the universities in Turkey that took place in the ranking.

Furthermore, METU ranked 109th in Europe in Academic Reputation with a score of 57.6, 34th in Employer Reputation with a score of 88.2, and 47th in Sustainability with a score of 89.3. These scores placed METU at the highest rank among Turkish universities in these categories.

A total of 12 indicators with different percentages have been taken into account in the QS World University Rankings: Europe 2024. METU has managed to rank highest among all the universities in Turkey in both of the two indicators with the highest percentage weight, which are Academic Reputation (30%) and Employer Reputation (15%). All the indicators used in the ranking are listed below with their percentages.

Academic Reputation 30%
Employer Reputation 15%
Citations per Paper 10%
Papers per Faculty 5%
International Research Network 10%
Employment Outcomes 5%
Faculty Student Ratio 5%
International Student Diversity 5%
International Faculty Ratio 5%
Inbound Exchange Student Ratio 2.5%
Outbound Exchange Student Ratio 2.5%
Sustainability Score 5%

Detailed information regarding QS Europe Rankings can be found here.

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