China Medical University Ranked the 1st in Taiwan in the “Best ‘Golden Age’ Universities 2019” by the Times Higher Education
Date：July 4, 2019
The Times Higher Education (THE) announced the “Best ‘Golden Age’ Universities 2019”, a ranking for universities established for 50-80 years. Ten universities in Taiwan are on the list of the Golden Age ranking, and four universities are in the top 100. China Medical University (CMU) ranked the 72nd in the world and the 1st in Taiwan.
The Times Higher Education adopted the performance indicators same as World University Rankings. The five areas of indicators are teaching, research, citation, industry income, and international outlook. There are ten universities from Taiwan on the list. CMU ranked the 72nd, advanced 13 places compared to 2018, and had made significant progress in the areas of research, citation, industry income, and international outlook. Three universities of Taiwan also ranked top 100 in the world: Taipei Medical University (76th), National Chiao Tung University (80th), and National Taiwan Normal University (96th).
CMU President Mien-Chie Hung is actively promoting research-oriented elite education and recruiting outstanding faculties. CMU provides students with diverse learning resources and nurtures talents with international competitiveness. “A top university not only has outstanding performance in teaching and research, but also develops its own characteristics and research directions. Moreover, to become a leader in the international academic field, a university shall find its own research niche and make breakthrough discoveries.” said President Hung.
“CMU’s hard work in cultivating talents and excellent performance in school affairs management is highly appraised by the Times Higher Education. The ranking proved that the efforts to deepen research energy made by CMU’s leading team has made CMU shine on the world academic stage.” said Vice-President Fuu-Jen Tsai.