Enverga University remains best university in Quezon, one of the best PH universities – EduRank, uniRank

The Manuel S. Enverga University Foundation (MSEUF) remains the Rank 1 university in Quezon Province and Rank 58 in the Philippines, according to the latest EduRank list of 100 best universities in the Philippines, Feb. 29, 2024.

Meanwhile, in the latest 2024 Philippine University Ranking released by uniRank™, the University placed 68th, still number 1 in Quezon Province.

EduRank and uniRank are both independent metric-based ranking organizations that rank the best universities in the world.

EduRank ranked the Top 100 universities in the Philippines based on research outputs, non-academic prominence, and alumni influence, which are determined by analyzing 500K citations received by 58.8K academic publications made by 229 universities from the Philippines, the popularity of 1,093 recognized alumni, and the largest reference database available.

On the other hand, uniRank™ asserts itself as the leading international higher education portal and search engine featuring reviews and rankings of over 13,900 officially recognized universities and colleges in 200 countries.

Before the latest rankings released by EduRank and uniRank, the MSEUF placed 98th and 87th respectively. The significant leap is expected to not only be maintained but potentially be improved in the future. 

“Cheers to the whole Enverga University community! This is the result of the collaborative efforts of our students, faculty, employees, and administrators. Our climb to the top 100 universities in the Philippines by EduRank and uniRank is a testament to our commitment to excellence in research, academic prominence, and the lasting impact of our esteemed alumni,” Dr. Benilda Villenas, Senior Vice President and the Vice President for Academics and Research, remarked.

President Naila Leveriza expressed her satisfaction over the latest ranking, saying that the Enverga University is committed to continual improvement and to internationalization by boosting its instruction, research and publication and community extension.  “The synergy of our faculty and non-teaching personnel is truly remarkable. And this, our students imbibe in their day-to-day activities,” she stated. 

The achievements of Manuel S. Enverga University Foundation (MSEUF) in the latest university rankings align with several Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), including:

  • Quality Education (SDG 4): MSEUF's consistent ranking improvements reflect its commitment to providing quality education and fostering academic excellence among its students, faculty, and staff.
  • Decent Work and Economic Growth (SDG 8): By ranking among the top universities in the Philippines, MSEUF contributes to the development of a skilled workforce and promotes economic growth by producing competent graduates equipped with research-based knowledge and leadership skills.
  • Industry, Innovation, and Infrastructure (SDG 9): MSEUF's emphasis on research outputs and academic prominence demonstrates its dedication to fostering innovation and advancing infrastructure within the educational sector, thereby contributing to national development goals.
  • Reduced Inequalities (SDG 10): MSEUF's attainment of higher rankings promotes inclusivity and reduces educational inequalities by providing students from Quezon Province and beyond with access to quality higher education, regardless of their background or socio-economic status.
  • Partnerships for the Goals (SDG 17): MSEUF's collaboration with EduRank and uniRank™ showcases the importance of partnerships and international cooperation in enhancing educational standards and global recognition, aligning with the broader agenda of sustainable development.