Centered in the United Kingdom, QS, one of the world famous and the most trusted world university ranking institutions, announced the results of the world university rankings and QS Stars evaluation program. Having been rated with three stars out of five, Eastern Mediterranean University (EMU) has become the only university undergoing such evaluation at the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus.
Universities including MIT, Harvard, Princeton and Yale (the United States of America), Oxford and Cambridge (UK), Australian National University and Bond (Australia), University of Montreal (Canada), Massey University and the University of Canterbury (New Zealand), Jordan University of Science and Technology (Jordan), King Abdulaziz University and King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals (Saudi Arabia), Lund University and KTH Royal Institute of Technology (Sweden), and more than 200 highly reputable universities from approximately 50 countries were also amongst the evaluated. EMU was evaluated according to eight different parameters defined by QS that aim to reveal each university’s performance and graded with five out of five stars in four parameters, proving that it is a university that provides education at international standards.
According to the evaluation results, EMU received five stars for teaching, four stars for employability, five stars for internationalization, five stars for facilities, four stars for innovation and five stars for inclusiveness.
With the three stars received during the general evaluation of QS, EMU has once again certified its international quality as a prominent university boasting high quality education and research.