The University of Technology celebrate
Under the sponsor of the President of the University of Technology, Prof. Dr. Ahmed Muhammad Hassan Al-Ghabban, the University of Technology celebrated its leadership of Iraqi universities in the British Times classification.
The President of the University of Technology, Ahmed Al-Ghabban, said in his speech during the ceremony that the progress in international rankings is only evidence of the great efforts made by researchers from the university’s professors in publishing research in solid research sites, calling on everyone from the scientific and engineering departments to increase publication and progress more ranking.
The ceremony witnessed a brief lecture given by the Assistant President of Scientific Affairs and Graduate Studies, Prof. Dr. Haider Abed Dahad, which focused on the classification mechanism in order to progress further in the next stage.
The ceremony ended by honoring all researchers and departments that contributed to the university's progress in the international rankings.
The Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research has announced that the UOT Baghdad, Basra and Al-Mustansiriya University have achieved competitive positions in the Times Ranking.
A ministry statement received by Al-Zaman stated that (the UOT, Baghdad, Basra and Al-Mustansiriya University achieved advanced competitive positions within the results of the Times Classification in its version for the year 2022, which ranked more than 1,600 universities from 99 countries).)
He added that (technology advanced more than 200 ranks within the category 801 + in the world after it was classified in the last year's version within the category 1000 +, while Baghdad, Basra and Al-Mustansiriya universities came within the category 1201).
He pointed out that (according to the results of the 2022 edition, which indicated the entry of Al-Mustansiriya University for the first time in the Times classification, the data of more than two thousand and one hundred international universities and the classification of more than one thousand and six hundred universities from ninety-nine countries were analyzed.
It is mentioned that the British Times Classification adopts five main scientific criteria for evaluating and grading universities, which are scientific research of 30%, education at 30%, quotations at 30%, international outlook 7.5% and knowledge transfer (return from industry) 2.5%.