KUALA LUMPUR: UCSI University is now ranked 61st in Asia after making an impressive 11-spot climb in the QS Asia University Rankings 2024.
UCSI has now improved its rank for seven straight years in the competitive annual exercise that ranks Asia’s top universities.
Acknowledging the new milestone, UCSI vice-chancellor Prof Datuk Dr Siti Hamisah Tapsir said that the regional rankings trend was the result of years of hard work.
"UCSI rank has improved by around 300 spots since 2016 and it’s encouraging to maintain this growth trajectory,” she said.
“I would like to thank UCSI students and staff for taking the University further and higher, particularly in the areas of academic reputation, employer reputation and research.
“We want to do more, and we will continue focusing on student experiences and graduate outcomes. We will also implement the Tribrid model of higher education to enhance the teaching and learning process.”
The latest regional rankings maintain the University’s improving trend in international rankings.
UCSI is ranked in the world’s top 1% in the QS World University Rankings 2024 by virtue of its top 300 rank. UCSI also recorded a 50% improvement in the QS World University Rankings by Subject 2023, finishing 21st and 34th globally for performing arts and hospitality, respectively.