Times Higher Education (THE) takes into account the same considerations when ranking higher education institutions in emerging economies as it does in the overall world ranking, using only different weightings in order to best reflect the unique characteristics of emerging economies.
The indicators used to create the ranking can be divided into five major groups: education (learning environment), research (quantity, revenue, acknowledgement), citations (research impact), internationality (teachers, students, research), industrial revenue (knowledge transfer).
Three Chinese universities lead the THE ranking and seven Chinese universities are placed in the top ten. In 2022, the University of Debrecen is on the 191st place. A total of eleven Hungarian universities were included in the list: Semmelweis University was ranked 33rd, Eötvös Loránd University 150th, The University of Pécs and the University of Szeged 201-250th, Óbuda University 351-400th, Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Corvinus University of Budapest, the Hungarian University of Agriculture and Life Sciences and the University of Pannonia 401-500th, and the University of Miskolc 501+.
|150.||Eötvös Loránd University||Hungary|
|191.||University of Debrecen||Hungary|
|201-250.||University of Pécs||Hungary|
|201-250.||University of Szeged||Hungary|
|401-500.||Budapest University of Technology and Economics||Hungary|
|401-500.||Corvinus University of Budapest||Hungary|
|401-500.||Hungarian University og Agriculture and Life Sciences||Hungary|
|401-500.||University of Pannonia||Hungary|
|501+||University of Miskolc||Hungary|