/ 15 October 2022

THE UNIVERSITY of the Philippines is reviewing indicators from the latest Times Higher Education World University Rankings after it slipped to the 801-1,000 bracket.

The review aims to “gain insights for the University’s future measures and directions.”

“This latest ranking of UP’s standing among universities worldwide will serve as valuable insight in determining UP’s way forward in its mission to serve the nation, through the delivery of the highest level of education to our youth,” UP said in a statement.

The university congratulated Ateneo de Manila University students, faculty and staff for placing in the 351-400 bracket in the latest global ranking.

“Such accomplishments by Philippine HEIs are a net gain for the honor and prestige of the country and an inspiration for all Filipino scholars and academics,” UP said.

Aside from Ateneo and UP, De La Salle University and Mapua University also made it to the list, ranking 1201-1500 and 1501+ on World University Rankings 2023, respectively.

Other universities that were listed as “reporter” were the Cebu Technological University, Mindanao State University-Iligan Institute of Technology, Tarlac Agricultural University, University of Santo Tomas, University of Science and Technology of Southern Philippines and Visayas State University.