The QS World University Ranking evaluates universities using certain indicators that effectively capture the university's performance, including academic and employer reputation, faculty/student ratio and research citations.
PSUT QS World University Ranking
PSUT QS Arab Region University Ranking
In 2023, Princess Sumaya University for Technology ranked second locally, after the University of Jordan, in all axes of the QS-2023 World University Rankings and came within the (801-1000) category. It took top position locally in the graduate Employment Index.
In 2022, PSUT was ranked second among Jordanian universities and entered the (801-1000) category globally. This marks an improvement of 6% in its position in this category, despite the 10% increase in the number of universities included in the rankings in the year of 2022. PSUT also ranked first nationally in the criterion of the ratio of the number of published research articles to the number of faculty members. It also moved ahead in the criteria of the rate of scientific research citations per faculty member, the number of international students, and the reputation of graduates in the labor market and employers’ satisfaction with them.
PSUT QS World University Ranking by Subject, 2022
PSUT is ranked 401-450 in the QS World University Ranking by Subject, 2022, for Computer Science and Information Systems.
In 2023 PSUT achieved the first place between jordanian private universities ,third place locally , and ranks 42 in the Arab world. in QS Arab University Rankings.
In 2022, PSUT achieved advanced positions in the QS Arab University Rankings. The university jumped to the rank of 45th in the Arab world.
In 2021, PSUT achieved advanced positions in the QS Arab University Rankings, obtaining first place locally for the third consecutive year, and 15th in the Arab world, in the criterion of the number of published research papers per faculty member. It also took first place locally and 16th in the Arab world in the criterion of the number of citations per scientific paper, the first locally and in the Arab world in the criterion of the percentage of faculty members who hold a PhD, and the first nationally in the percentage of international students.
According to these rankings, PSUT jumped to be the first among private universities, the fourth nationally, and 38th in the Arab world, out of 1,300 universities. This represents a rise of 4 places from 2020, and 16 places over the past 4 years.