Times Higher Education rankings: 2024 schedule

Two new tables will be published in 2024

December 12, 2023
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Last updated: 19 March 2024

Times Higher Education has confirmed the schedule for its portfolio of university rankings for the 2024 calendar year.

The year will kick off with a league table of the world’s most international universities on 24 January. 

Soon after, on 13 February, the results for the World Reputation Rankings 2023 will be released at the MENA Reputation Forum (the 2024 edition of this table will come later in the year). 

On 6 March, ahead of International Women’s Day, we will publish our list of the top 200 universities led by female vice-chancellors. On 27 March, as the month closes, the China Subject Ratings will be released.

The Asia University Rankings, scheduled for 30 April, will be the first regional ranking of the year. The results will be revealed at the Asia Universities Summit in Malaysia. Dates are still yet to be confirmed for the release of our Arab University Rankings, Latin America University Rankings and Sub-Saharan Africa University Rankings.

The Young University Rankings, which includes institutions that are not older than 50 years, will be released on 14 May. 

On 12 June, the sixth edition of the Impact Rankings will be unveiled at THE’s Global Sustainable Development Congress held in Bangkok.

Results for the World University Rankings 2025 will be released on 9 October at our flagship World Academic Summit, hosted by the University of Manchester in the UK. The World University Rankings by Subject, detailing performance across 11 subjects, will be out later that month.

We will also be publishing two brand new rankings in 2024: the Interdisciplinary Science Rankings and Online Learning Rankings. We will confirm publication dates for these rankings in due course. 

2024 rankings schedule (click on a ranking below to view the latest edition)

Result release dates are subject to change; this article will be updated periodically.

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