Almost four years after the first QS Stars report was delivered to King’s College London, the QS Stars rating system has taken off since then, and there are now more than 200 universities from 43 countries currently participating. From Canada to New Zealand, the QS Stars has been undertaken in six continents, reflecting its global recognition. Among these 200 universities, almost 160 have completed the audit and have been awarded badges in various categories highlighting their strengths such as Employability, Facilities, and Internationalization among others.
In the news, Malaysia’s Prime Minister has recently congratulated Universiti Malaysia Perlis (Three Stars) for results achieved in the audit, the country’s Deputy Prime Minister also said “Congratulations to UniMAP for allowing external parties to evaluate (rate) its position. Other universities must learn from UniMAP on how to lead the operations in achieving excellence.”
Other recently QS Star rated universities include:
- Innovative University of Eurasia in Kazakhstan (Two Stars)
- Kaohsiung Medical University in Taiwan (Four Stars)
- King Saud University in Saudi Arabia (Five Stars)
- Novosibirsk State Technical University in Russia (Three Stars)
- University of Guelph in Canada (Five Stars)
- University of Huddersfield in the United Kingdom (Four Stars)
- University of Malaya in Malaysia (Five Stars)
To see which universities have been evaluated in your country, please visit the QS Stars section on TopUniversities.
If you would like to know how to participate in QS Stars, please contact Jason Newman [email protected].