VU Amsterdam: Second in the University Impact Rankings 2019 by Gender Equality

Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam has come second in the world for gender equality in the Times Higher Education University Impact Rankings. The global performance table includes more than 300 universities from 70 countries.

The Times Higher Education University Impact Rankings are the only global performance tables that assess universities against the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

Gender equality measures universities’ research on the study of gender, their policies on gender equality and their commitment to recruiting and promoting women.

The top 10 universities include:

1. Western Sydney University
2. Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
3. University of Gothenburg
4. University of Bologna
4. University of Worcester
6. University of Auckland
6. Edith Cowan University
8. Pompeu Fabra University
9. Auckland University of Technology
10. King’s College London

The list includes more than 300 universities from 70 countries.

See the full list HERE

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