The Wedu Ranking is coming! (rank in progress!)

Thanks to hundreds of students, Wedu is creating the first ASEAN University Ranking by Students, for Students: The Wedu Ranking!

 

This is not the arrival point, rather it is the beginning of a journey of discovery of the universities across South East Asia. We invite you to be involved and participate by sharing your experience. To participate as a current student click here. To participate as an alumnus and professional click here.

 

THANK YOU to the students who have answered our survey!

 

Today, we are proud  to plant the seeds of what is going to be  the very first ranking of universities in South East Asia that looks at what students really think of their university experience, and that can be used by all students to choose the best university for them!

 

To make this ranking, we have been collecting the opinions of students on their universities. We have asked their opinions on many aspects of their experience, such as their university’s facilities, their teachers and their learning experiences, and the help received in their career and professional development.

 

Wedu’s mission is to develop leadership in women, so we have also asked questions to understand women’s experiences inside their university, and to measure universities’ focus on leadership development.

 

Over the coming weeks we will be publishing the results of the data collected for more and more universities across the region. Today we start our beta release with  3 universities : the Royal University of Phnom Penh (RULE, Cambodia), Assumption University (Thailand), and Nanyang Institute of Technology (NTU, Singapore).This project is still very much a work in progress, and our aim is to include many more universities in the future. In fact, below the three universities you can see several more universities for which we received answers to our survey.

 

Ranking Beta 1

 

Do you want to see your university in the rankings? Then fill in our survey and tell three friends to tell three friends to tell three friends to do so too!

 

Spread the word and help us create a real revolution in ASEAN education! You can also stay informed about ranking news by ‘liking’ our Facebook page: http://on.fb.me/133nT9t.

 

We would like to thank students from the following universities for giving us their opinions so far and we are looking for more students and alumni to share their views.

Cambodia: Pannasastra University, International university, National University of Management, Norton University, RULE, RUPP, Zaman.

Indonesia: Notokusumo Nursing Academy, Prasetiya Mulya Business School, Universitas Gadjah Mada.

Myanmar: Myanmar Maritime University, Taunggyi University, Yandanabon University, Yangon Institute of Economics.

Philippines: Ateneo de manila University, De La Salle University, Miriam College, Philippine Normal University, University of St. La Salle, University of the Philippines Los Banos.

Singapore: Management Development Institute of Singapore, Nanyang Technological University, National University of Singapore, Singapore Institute of Management, Singapore Institute of Management.

Thailand: Asia Pacific International University, Assumption University, Chulalongkorn, Kasetsart University, Mahasarakham University, Mahidol University, Payap University, Ramkhamhaeng University, Rangsit University International College, Shinawatra University, Thai-Nichi Institute of Technology, Thammasat, Webster University Thailand.

Vietnam: Dalat University, Foreign Trade University, Vietnam Aviation Academy.

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