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Ondokuz Mayıs University has been ranked in the 2021 Times Higher Education Impact Rankings
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Ondokuz Mayıs University (OMU) has been ranked in the 2021 Times Higher Education Impact Rankings which is the only global performance tables that assess universities against the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). THE uses carefully calibrated indicators to provide comprehensive and balanced comparison across four broad areas: research, stewardship, outreach and teaching.

The 2021 Impact Rankings is the third edition and the overall ranking includes 1,115 universities from 94 countries/regions. Ondokuz Mayıs University was also ranked in both of the previous editions.

With an overall score of 41.6 out of 100, OMU has been ranked 801 – 1000 out of 1115 institutions at the overall ranking.

Sustainable Development Goals Breakdowns

SDG 1 – no poverty measures universities’ research on poverty and their support for poor students and citizens in the local community. OMU has been ranked in the 401+ segment with a score of 27.9. A total of 591 universities from 79 countries/regions have been ranked in this category.

SDG 2 – zero hunger measures universities’ research on hunger, their teaching on food sustainability, and their commitment to tackle food waste and address hunger on campus and locally. OMU has been ranked at the 201 - 300 segment with a score of 37.7. A total of 442 universities from 72 countries/regions have been ranked in this category.

SDG 3 – good health and well-being measures universities’ research on key diseases and conditions, their support for healthcare professions, and the health of students and staff. OMU has been ranked at the 301 - 400 segment with a score of 61.2. A total of 871 universities from 88 countries/regions have been ranked in this category.

SDG 4 – quality education measures universities’ contribution to early years and lifelong learning, their pedagogy research and their commitment to inclusive education. OMU has been ranked at the 601 - 800 segment with a score of 38.8. A total of 966 universities from 95 countries/regions have been ranked in this category.

SDG 5 – gender equality measures universities’ research on the study of gender equality, their policies on gender equality, and their commitment to recruiting and promoting women. OMU has been ranked at the 601+ segment with a score of 25.7. A total of 776 universities from 87 countries/regions have been ranked in this category.

SDG 6 – clean water and sanitation measures universities’ research related to water, their water usage and their commitment to ensuring good water management in the wider community. OMU has been ranked at the 401+ segment with a score of 13.3. A total of 520 universities from 69 countries/regions have been ranked in this category.

SDG 7 – affordable and clean energy measures universities’ research related to energy, their energy use and policies, and their commitment to promoting energy efficiency in the wider community. OMU has been ranked at the 401+ segment with a score of 32.6. A total of 560 universities from 77 countries/regions have been ranked in this category.

SDG 8 – decent work and economic growth measures universities’ economics research, their employment practices and the share of students taking work placements. OMU has been ranked at the 401-600 segment with a score of 34.0. A total of 685 universities from 86 countries/regions have been ranked in this category.

SDG 9 – industry, innovation and infrastructure measures universities’ research on industry and innovation, their number of patents and spin-off companies and their research income from industry. OMU has been ranked at the 401-600 segment with a score of 38.1. A total of 680 universities from 74 countries/regions have been ranked in this category.

SDG 10 – reduced inequalities measures universities’ research on social inequalities, their policies on discrimination and their commitment to recruiting staff and students from under-represented groups. OMU has been ranked at the 401-600 segment with a score of 35.9. A total of 669 universities from 82 countries/regions have been ranked in this category.

SDG 11 – sustainable cities and communities measures universities’ research on sustainability, their role as custodians of arts and heritage and their internal approaches to sustainability. OMU has been ranked at the 401-600 segment with a score of 33.6. A total of 656 universities from 85 countries/regions have been ranked in this category.

SDG 12 – responsible consumption and production measures universities’ research on responsible consumption and their approach to the sustainable use of resources. OMU has been ranked at the 301-400 segment with a score of 29.3. A total of 503 universities from 75 countries/regions have been ranked in this category.

SDG 13 – climate action measures universities’ research on climate change, their use of energy and their preparations for dealing with the consequences of climate change. OMU has been ranked in the 401+ segment with a score of 18.3. A total of 566 universities from 81 countries/regions have been ranked in this category.

SDG 16 – peace, justice and strong institutions measures universities’ research on peace and justice, participation as advisers for government and policies on academic freedom. OMU has been ranked at the 401-600 segment with a score of 33.5. A total of 653 universities from 82 countries/regions have been ranked in this category.

SDG 17 – partnerships for the goals looks at the broader ways in which universities support the SDGs through collaboration with other countries, promotion of best practices and publication of data. OMU has been ranked at the 1001+ segment with a score of 20.4. A total of 1154 universities from 96 countries/regions have been ranked in this category.

THE Impact Rankings:
https://www.timeshighereducation.com/rankings/impact/2021/overall

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