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NSU ranked in QS World University Rankings 2023

14 June 2022


Campus Desk :

North South University has been ranked in the latest QS World University Ranking 2023, officially unveiled on 8th June 2022. NSU has proudly held its undisputed spot as the #1 Private University in the country and achieved a rank of 1001-1200, says a press release.
It is worth mentioning that, NSU has made the most spectacular improvement in QS Asia rankings in Bangladesh.  NSU advanced 135 positions in the ranking over the course of the last 3 years. This is in the face of new universities entering the competition every year.
Last year we qualified for ranking in the Times Higher Education (THE) ranking. We have made our submission in the current year. Fingers crossed we will know our position in about 4 months' time. No matter the result, we will be persistent.  We wish all the other universities in the nation progress in international rankings.

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