BATU PAHAT: Universiti Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia (UTHM) has improved its position to 247 in the QS Asia University Rankings 2022 compared to its placing in the 291 – 300 range in the previous year.

Vice-chancellor Prof Datuk Dr. Wahid Razzaly said he was thankful for the university’s best achievement in the annual QS Asia University Rankings since it was first listed in 2018.

He said the achievement was the result of various new initiatives that had succeeded in contributing to high-impact researches based on Transporation and Sustainable Technology.

“UTHM also adopted a different approach in improving its international networking in line with the needs under the new normal.

“Both these factors have directly assisted in improving the presence of UTHM at global level,” he said in a statement today.Read more