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2019-11 28

[Performance][Analysis Note] 2019 JoongAng Ilbo University Rankings … Seoul ranked 3rd, ERICA 10th

Hanyang University’s Seoul Campus was ranked 3rd while ERICA Campus was ranked 10th in JoongAng Ilbo’s comprehensive university rankings for 2019. Hanyang University reaffirmed its position as one of the most prestigious universities in Korea, with both campuses placing in the top 10 for five consecutive years. On the 16th, the Joongang Ilbo, which has been evaluating the overall competitiveness of 4-year universities for the past 26 years, released the results of their university rankings for 2019. The evaluation was conducted for 56 major 4-year universities, and was divided into two types of evaluations: Comprehensive Evaluation and Department Evaluation. The Comprehensive Evaluation was conducted for 50 4-year comprehensive universities each with four or more departments, including the Humanities, Social Sciences, Natural Sciences, Engineering, Medicine, and Arts & Physical Education. Universities specializing in science and engineering, such as KAIST and POSTEC, were excluded from this comprehensive evaluation. The department evaluations were conducted across four categories: the Humanities, Social Science, Natural Science, and Engineering. Four evaluation criteria (professors’ research, educational environment, student performance, and reputation) and 33 detailed indicators were used to assign a total of up to 300 points. (**Refer to the distribution of marks in the index below.) ▲ Top 10 JoongAng Ilbo University Ranking Distribution over the last 5 years Hanyang University Seoul Campus keeps 3rd place for 3 consecutive years… ERICA campus secures TOP 10 status In this comprehensive evaluation, Seoul National University has ranked 1st place for 5 consecutive years. This shows that there were no fluctuations in the rankings after the evaluations were divided into ‘Comprehensive Evaluation’ and ‘Department Evaluation’ in 2015. There have been no actual changes in rank for the top 5 universities for the last 5 years. Seoul National University ranked first, followed by Sungkyunkwan University in 2nd place, Hanyang University Seoul Campus in 3rd place, Yonsei University Seoul Campus in 4th place, and Korea University in 5th place. The changes during the last 5 years have mainly been between the rankings of 2nd and 3rd place between Hanyang University and Sungkyunkwan University, and between 4th and 5th place with Yonsei University and Korea University switching places. Chung-Ang University climbed to 7th place from 10th last year, which pushed the other universities down to 8~10th place. According to the JoongAng Ilbo, universities that ranked 11th-20th place showed fierce competition with only a 1 or 2 point score difference between each other. Looking back at the ranking history of Hanyang University Seoul campus, it started at 8th place in 1995, dropped down to its lowest at 9th place in 2003, 2010, 2012, but claimed its position in 2nd place in 2016 and has continued to maintain 3rd place for 3 consecutive years. ERICA campus made its grand entrance in 12th place in 2013 when the first separated evaluations began. Although it made a backward step to 17th place in 2014, ERICA campus managed to regain its position to 8th and 9th place after 2015. Although ERICA campus placed 10th this year, it has ranked firmly within the top 10 over the past 5 years. As a result, Hanyang University is the only university that has both its main and branch campuses in the top 10 and is applauded for maintaining its unwavering position. ▲ Changes in the JoongAng Ilbo University Evaluation Rankings of Hanyang University Seoul Campus and ERICA Campus Hanyang University Excels in the ‘Student Education and Achievements’ Sector … Took 1st and 3rd Place Taking a look at the rankings in each sector, Hanyang University received especially high scores in the ‘student education and achievements’ category. Seoul Campus took 1st place and ERICA campus took 3rd place. JoongAng Ilbo reported that “Hanyang University (Seoul), which ranked in 3rd place, took 1st place in the Student Education and Achievements category. This shows that the university embodies its own unique features regarding real education such as student start-up support, start-up education, and field practice, compared to other leading universities.” In addition, in ‘Professors’ Research’ (100 points), ERICA Campus ranked 10th and Seoul Campus ranked 4th, behind Seoul National University, Korea University, and Sungkyunkwan University. In ‘educational environment’ (100 points), Hanyang ranked 4th, following Seoul National University, Sungkyunkwan University, and Yonsei University, and 5th place in ‘Reputation,’ after Seoul National University, Yonsei University, Korea University, and Sungkyunkwan University. The ‘Reputation’ category was evaluated by collecting survey data of approximately 1,800 people, including high school teachers that advise students about university matters, human resource managers that hire university graduate students, and parents of middle and high school students. The total score of ‘Reputation’ was ranked as follows: Yonsei University, Seoul National University, Sungkyunkwan University, and Hanyang University. The rankings for “the most desirable recruits’ was as follows: Yonsei University, Korea University, Sungkyunkwan University, and Hanyang University. “Hanyang University = The Best Start-Up University” Renowned … Outstanding Number of Startups Hanyang University took 1st place in the ‘Student Startup Support and Achievement’ section which is part of the ‘Student Education and Achievements’ category. Once again, Hanyang University attracted the most attention and confirmed the position of ‘Startup = Hanyang University.’ This category was evaluated based on the amount of startup monetary support per student (3 points), the number of companies established per 10,000 students (3 points), total amount of revenue per company (2 points), and the number of employees per company (2 points). Hanyang University ranked on top with a score of 7.72 points (out of a total 10 points). In detail, the monetary support of Hanyang University was 332,000 won, which is 17,000 won less than Dongguk University’s 349,000 won. However, the number of companies per 10,000 students (32.27) was higher than that of 2nd place Incheon University (27.35). ERICA Campus ranked in 8th place with 14.52 companies. ERICA Campus was ranked in 8th place for ‘total revenue per company’ with 23.15 million won. JoongAng Ilbo stated “#1 Ranked Hanyang University had a big budget for startup support and many student startup companies. In April 2018, they opened the ‘247 Startup Dorm’, an on-campus startup dormitory, which helped closely manage the qualitative growth of student startups. Students with a startup idea can receive advice and guidance from startup mentors for a year in the startup-exclusive dormitory and working place,” which helps explain the key to the university’s high performance. In addition, the number of startup companies and their total revenue estimation were based on current students and students who started and maintained their startups within a year after graduation. ▲ An Article in the JoongAng Ilbo on November 16th Announcing The JoongAng Ilbo University Rankings for 2019 An Article in the JoongAng Ilbo on November 16th Announcing The JoongAng Ilbo University Rankings for 2019 The ‘Department Evaluation’ is divided into four categories: Humanities, Social Science, Natural Science, and Engineering. In the evaluation of 'Natural science and engineering department', Hanyang University scored 153 out of the total possible of 260 in natural science, and ranked 6th place following Postech, KAIST, Sungkyunkwan University, Seoul National University, and UNIST. In the engineering field, Hanyang scored 179 out of 270, and ranked 6th place following Postech, KAIST, Sungkyunkwan University, Korea University, and UNIST. Universities specializing in natural sciences and engineering received relatively high scores. In this category, researchers who conducted research on advanced technology were also highlighted. JoongAng Ilbo introduced in their article that Hanyang University caught people’s attention with their applied science research achievements which is necessary for the era of the Fourth Industrial Revolution. As representative researchers, Professor Seon Yang-guk (Energy Engineering) for lithium-ion battery research and Professor Lim Jong-woo (Software) for computer algorithm technology application, were mentioned. In the evaluation of humanities department, Hanyang University was ranked 4th with a score of 145 out of 220, following Seoul National University, Sungkyunkwan University, and Korea University. There was only a four-point difference with Korea University. In the evaluation of the social science department, Hanyang was ranked 3rd among 47 evaluated universities with a score of 169 out of 240, following Seoul National University and Sungkyunkwan University. Although Hanyang University is traditionally known for its engineering department, the high rankings of the humanities and social science departments prove that Hanyang has the sustained excellence of a full collegiate university. The article mentioned that scholars who understand the current flow of our era are receiving public attention, and Professor Hyeon Seong-hyup (Tourism) was named as a representative at Hanyang who actively participates in the international field as well. * *Index and Distribution Marks for Each Category (Source: Article from JoongAng Ilbo) Professors’ Research (100 points): Research Funding (External) (15), Research Funding (Internal) (10), International Dissertation Citation Rate (20), Publication of International Dissertations (10), Domestic Dissertation Citation Rate (10), Domestic Dissertation Publications (5), Citations of Published Books/Translations (5), Publication of Books/Translations (5), Revenue from Transfer of Technology per Professor of Science and Technology (10), Industry-Academic Cooperation Revenue per Professor of Science and Technology (10) Educational Environment (100): Faculty Procurement Ratio (13), Amount of Scholarships in Relation to Tuition Fees (15), Educational Expenses in Relation to Tuition Fees (10), Class Size (5), Ratio of Donations to Revenue (5), Dormitory Acceptance Rate (8), Cost of Purchasing Books per Student (7), Ratio of External Career Faculty (5), Ratio of Foreign Professors (5), Ratio of Foreign Students (10), Diversity of Foreign Students (7), Ratio of Exchange Students (10) Student Education and Achievements (70 points): Net Employment Rate (15), Retained Employment Rate (15), Drop-out Rate (10), Student Startup Supports and Achievements (10), Participation in Start-up Education Program (10), Participation of On-the-job Training (10) Reputation (30 points): Most Favored by Companies (8), Most Likely to be Applied for Entrance (8), Most Favored by Parents (4), Most Potential to Grow (5), Most Likely to Contribute to the Nation and Local Communities (5) Global News Team global@hanyang.ac.kr

2019-11 25

[Performance]Top 1,000 Company CEO… Hanyang University Graduates Comprises 4th Place

Hanyang University produced the 4th largest number of CEOs, according to research of affiliated universities of CEOs from 1,000 local companies. Unicosearch, a global headhunting professional company, analyzed the affiliated universities of 1,328 CEOs in 1,000 top domestic companies in 2019, and CEOs who graduated from Hanyang University summed up to 80 in numbers. Seoul National University had the highest number of CEOs with 202, followed by Yonsei University (101), Korea University (88), Hanyang University (80), and Sungkyunkwan University (38). Hanyang University comprised 6% of the total. The announcement by Unicosearch has been the first since 6 years ago in 2013, and a form of escape-academic clique phenomenon has been analyzed, as the ratio of prestigious top universities has dropped. Additionally, it has been proven through statistics that the ratio of ‘origin of natural sciences and engineering’ is steadily increasing. The ratio of CEOs from the natural sciences and engineering field was 43% in 2010, 43.9% in 2011, 44.4% in 2012, 45.3% in 2013, and 51.6% in 2019, exceeding over half the percentage this year. However, the largest number from one major was still ‘business administration (21.5%), followed by mechanical engineering (6.8%), and electronic engineering (6.7%). The Global News Team - global@hanyang.ac.kr *Translation by Kim Hyun-soo

2019-11 12

[Performance]Hanyang University's Industry-University-Research Cooperation Foundation wins Innovation Award at CES

Hanyang University announced that three products will receive an Innovation Award at the Consumer Technology Show (CES) 2020, the world's largest electronics and information technology exhibition, which will be held in Las Vegas next January. Hanyang University will have won the Innovation Award for two consecutive years following CES 2019. The winners of the innovation award are △Pragrant, an Electronic Deodorant Device Using Bio-plasma Technology, △PLACA, Curtain Disinfection System with Air Purifier, and △Smart Cane for the Blind with Independent Power Technology. These products have been commercialized and presented at the exhibition by Hanyang University’s Industry-University-Research Cooperation Foundation. ▲ Pragrant is an electronic deodorant device using bio-plasma technology. ▲ Curtain Disinfection System with an Air Purifier, PLACA ▲ An image of a Smart Cane for the Blind with Independent Power Technology Pragrant is a bio-plasma and plasma medical technology that sterilizes bacteria and helps manage unpleasant odors in the body. PLACA is a special curtain designed to remove harmful substances such as bacteria and bacteria using plasma technology. This is especially useful in sensitive areas such as hospitals. These two products are distinguished by the development of ideas from the field with professor Lim Tae-ho’s participation (Department of Emergency Medicine). The smart walking stick was developed by Sung Tae-hyun, a professor in the Division of Electrical and Biomedical Engineering, and used independent energy production technology. The infrared sensor on the stick works by detecting obstacles and alerting the user with vibration or sound. It is also equipped with a GPS navigation module to check its location. Moreover, it is equipped with various functions necessary for the visually impaired, such as alerting people of danger through LED effects. It is more meaningful as a product containing the spirit of 'Social Innovation' of the university to make society a better place. On the other hand, the Innovation Award given by CES is awarded to innovative products by comprehensively evaluating design, technology, and consumer values in 30 fields including household appliances. Hanyang University received two innovation awards at CES 2019 earlier this year. The two consecutive awards recognized Hanyang University's technology and products overseas. Also, Hanyang University's Industry-Academic Cooperation Foundation has established 'D Lab' to support the commercialization of the technology. The Hanyang Global News Team - Global@hanyang.ac.kr *With translation by Hyejeong Park

2019-10 23

[Performance]14 Hanyang University Graduates Finally Accepted in 2019 Public Administration Examination 5th Level Technical Post

Hanyang University produced the second highest number of successful candidates with 14 accepted in this year’s 5th level open recruitment public administration examination(technical post). The Law Journal disclosed that among the 66(national recruitment 58 people, regional recruitment 8 people) who were ultimately successful in the 2019 5th level open recruitment technical post announced on October 2nd, Seoul National University comprised the first place with 18 (27.3%) accepted. Subsequently Hanyang University had 14(21.2%), Yonsei University 13 (19.7%), Korea University 10 (15.2%), KAIST 3, Soongsil University 2, and University of Seoul·Pukyong National University·Pusan National University·Sogang University·Sungkyunkwan University·Inha University had 1 person accepted in the open recruitment. Hanyang University leaped forward as the second place from 9 successful candidates last year to 14 this year. Hanyang showed strong points in architecture, machinery and civil engineering fields, and produced 3 successful applicants respectfully. Besides, Hanyang University had those accepted from various posts such as chemical(화공), communication, data processing, agriculture and disaster prevention. Meanwhile, the average age of successful candidates in the technical post was 26.7, which is 0.7 years lower than last year (27.4). Ages from 25 to 29 were the highest with 39 people (59.1%), ages 20 to 24 had 16(24.2%), ages 30 to 34 had 9 people(13.7%) and there were 2 people over 35(3.0%). Also, there were 18 female successful candidates (27.3%). Translation by: Kim Hyun-soo

2019-09 25

[Performance]Hanyang University Ranked 101-110th in the '2020 QS World Employability Rankings'

The British university evaluation institution, QS announced their '2020 QS Graduate Employability Rankings' on September 19th. While top domestic universities showed downward trends, Hanyang University entered the 101-110th rank, a rise a in comparison to last year. For two consecutive years, MIT was ranked in the top spot. The top three universities were all American universities, including Stanford University, which took second place, and UCLA, which took third place. Tsinghua University was the only Asian university to be ranked in the top 6 worldwide. Similar to last year, Seoul National University was the highest among domestic universities but dropped five ranks from 23rd in 2018 to 28th in 2019. The following domestic universities were ranked as follows: KAIST (82nd), Yonsei University (88th), Sungkyunkwan University (96th), Hanyang University (101-110th), and POSTECH (251-300th). 12 domestic universities, including Chung-Ang University, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies, Kyung-Hee University, Kyungpook University, Pusan National University, and Seogang University were reported to have placed in the 301-500th ranking. Hanyang University was ranked in the 201~300th (2017), 201~250th (2018), and 121~130th (2019). Hanyang University has demonstrated a consistent rise--as demonstrated by their 101-110th rank in the 2020 QS World Employability Rankings. The QS World Employability Rankings first announced its '2017 Rankings' in 2016, and this year's announcement is its fourth. QS evaluated 500 world universities under five indicators from ▲ Employer reputation (30%) ▲ Partnership with employers (25%) ▲ Alumni outcomes (25%) ▲ Partnership with employers (10%) and ▲ Graduate employment rate. The rankings of 300 universities were announced in 2017, and the number was expanded to 500 universities from 2018 Rankings. For more information, visit the link below. * 2020 QS Graduate Employability Rankings: https://www.topuniversities.com/university-rankings/employability-rankings/2020

2019-09 18

[Performance]74 Research Institutes, including Hanyang University, Selected for the ‘2019 Human Science Research Institute Support Project’

74 research institutes including university affiliated research institutes, such as the Hanyang University Tourism Research Institute, the Music Research Center, and the Institute for Knowledge Services, have been newly selected for the Ministry of Education’s Human Science Research Institute Support Project. The Ministry of Education and the National Research Foundation of Korea announced the following notice in the ‘2019 Human Science Research Institute Support Project’ through the new selection results. Previously, the Ministry of Education had been promoting the research support project since 1980 to university affiliated research institutes in order to create excellent research achievements as well as the construction of a research base through characterization and specialization of research institutes. In particular, the Ministry of Education presented its plan for reform of the ‘2019 Human Science Field Research Institute Support Project’ during the ‘Academy of Humanities and Social Life Establishment Measure’ last April. The new selection criteria for the ‘2019 Human Science Field Research Institute Support Project’ was classified by △strategic region research type △pure academic research type △problem solving type and △education connection type. The target for support has also been expanded from existing university affiliated research institutes to domestic, general research institutions. The object of a strategic region research type is to foster local experts and to perform area studies research from a national, strategic perspective, including new Northern and Southern policies. Four research institutes, Kyunghee University Korean history · Archeology Research Institute, Pai Chai University Korea-Siberia Center, Sogang University Donga Research Institute, and Chonbuk National University Southeast Asian Research Institute, have been selected. Pure academic research type aims for the translation of humanities and the social science foundation studies and foreign scientific book, as well as transforming the database. Thirty-five research institutes, besides Hanyang University's Tourism Research Institute and the Music Research Center were selected, including Hankuk University of Foreign Studies' Eastern Europe Vulcan Research Institute, Hansung University's Human Science Researcher, University of Seoul's Urban Humanities Research Institute, Seoul National University's Western Classics Research Institute, Inha University's Koreanology Research Institute, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies' Japan Research Institute, Yeungnam University's National Culture Research Institute, Jeju National University's Tamra Culture Research Institute, Chonnam National University's Philosophy Research Education Center, Dong-A University's Gender Affect Research Institute, Kangwon National University's Human Science Research Institute, Korea University's affiliated Chinese Character Research Institute, Seoul National University's German Cultural Area Research Institute, Dongguk University's Chinese Studies Research Institute, The Catholic University of Korea's Humanities and Social Science Research Institute, Jeju National University's Human Sciences Research Institute, Kunsan National University's Urban Humanities Center, Chonbuk National University's Social Science Research Institute, Chonbuk National University's Humanities Korean Rice·Life·Civilization Researcher, Chungnam National University's National Policy Research Institute, Korea University of Technology and Education's Technological Innovation Management Research Institute, Yonsei University's Social Science Research Institute, Kyungpook National University's Social Science Researcher, Duksung Women's University's Human Science Research Institute, Gyeongsang National University's Human Rights Social Development Research Institute, Kyungsung University's E-sports Cognitive Behavior Research Institute, Ewha Womans University's Korean Culture Research Institute, Kongju National University's Community Development Research Institute and the Jeongam School. The problem solving type is the follow-up measure of the ‘Establishment Measure of Academy of Humanities and Social Life.’ The purpose is to cultivate a research institute that presents a human-social solution in the face of a nation or society’s matter. 15 research institutes, including Incheon National University's Incheon 학 Research Institute, Sunmoon University's Literature 이후 Research Institute, Inha University's Industrial Security E-governance Center, Dongguk University's Population and Society Research Center, Konkuk University's immigration·Social Integration Research Institute, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies' Media Communication Research Institute, Chungbuk National University's International Development Research Institute, Sunmoon University's Global Sustainable Development Economy Research Institute, Changwon National University's Social Science Research Institute, Daejeon University's Military Defense Research Institute, Inha University's Sports Art Fusion Research Institute, Dong-A University's Legal Institute, Chungnam National University's Science Technology Knowledge Research Institute, Aggregate Corporation Asia Peace and History Research Institute, and Yonsei University's Cognitive Science Research Institute. The Education connection type was newly built this year. It supports universities to autonomously innovate university education, in guidance with the ‘University Innovation Support Measure’ from the Ministry of Education. It also aims to develop elementary, middle, and high school education curriculums and textbooks. The 20 selected institutes are as follows: Hanyang University's (ERICA) Knowledge Service Research Institute, Seoul National University's Arts and Culture Research Institute, Gachon University's Asian Culture Research Institute, Daegu University's Humanities and Education Research Institute, Sookmyung Women's University's Culture and Basic Education Research Institute, Dankook University's Liberal Arts Fundamental Education Research Institute, Yonsei University's Liberal Arts Fundamental Education Research Institute, The Catholic University of Korea's Anthropology Research Institute, Korea National University of Education's Fusion Education Research Institute, Jeju National University's Science Technology Society Research Center, Daegu Catholic University's Multicultural Researcher, Tongmyong University's Creative·Character Research Institute, Honam University's Humanities and Social Sciences Research Institute, Keimyung University's International Studies Research Institute, Dong-Eui University's Dignitas Liberal Arts Education Research Institute, Chung-Ang University's Multicultural Contents Research Institute, Seokyeong University's Design Research Institute, Dongseo University's Asia Future Design Research Institute and Jeju National University's Marine Sports Center. A total of around 1.2 billion won in research funds will be provided to the 74 new research institutes, consisting of 200 million won in average annually for a maximum of six years (3+3years) per research institute. Also, humanities and social science research institutes supported by the Ministry of Education have drastically expanded from 110 last year to 171 (among those, 97 will be continuously funded).

2019-09 18

[Performance]Hanyang University Ranked Number One with 18 Successful Candidates at the 2019 National Technology Exam

Hanyang University Preparation Course for the National Technology Exam said 18 successful candidates passed the second round of the National Technology Exam which was held on September 2, ranked first among domestic universities. By series of class, civil engineering, architecture, and mechanical engineering had the most candidates of four and electronics, chemical engineering, communication, data processing, and disaster prevention had one successful candidate each. The third round of the exam (interview) will be held between September 21 and 24, and the list of finalists will be announced on October 2. ▲Current Status of Second Round Successful Candidates of 2011~2019 (Source: College of Engineering Preparation Course for the National Technology Newsletter)

2019-09 17

[Performance]2020 THE World University Rankings, Hanyang University Ranked 351st-400th

The British global university evaluation agency THE (Times High Education) announced the `2020 THE World University Rankings` on September 11th. Hanyang University ranked 351st-400th, which is the same as last year, and also ranked 9th among domestic universities. In the world rankings, Oxford University ranked in the top spot for two consecutive years, while Cambridge University dropped one spot to take 3rd. In addition, the California Institute of Technology rose from 5th last year to 2nd. The following rankings round out the rest of the field: Stanford University (4th), Michigan Institute of Technology (5th), Princeton University (6th), Harvard University (7th), Yale University (8th), Chicago University (9th), Imperial College London (10th). There were no big changes except for some subtle position changes. Among the top 10 universities, there were three British universities and seven American universities. ▲ Domestic University Rankings Seoul National University fell one place down to 64th but ranked 1st among domestic universities. Until the 200th, Sungkyunkwan University (89th), KAIST (110th), Postech (146th), Korea University (179th), Yeonsei (197th) were ranked. A total of 9 Korean universities entered the rank of 400, including UNIST (201-250th), KyungHee University (301-350th), and Hanyang University (351-400th). ▲ THE World University Rankings: Hanyang University's Score by Categories (Converted) ▲ Hanyang University's Changes of Score by Category (Source: THE World University Rankings Official Homepage) Hanyang University has maintained its ranking between 351st-400th since the beginning of the ranking announcement from 2014. While its converted score is on a continuous rise, the sum score fell a little for the first time in this announcement. The number of evaluated universities was increased from the top 1258 universities to 1396, and they were evaluated under five areas and 13 categories including ▲Teaching(30%), ▲Research(30%), ▲Citations(30%), ▲International Outlook(7.5%), ▲Industry Income(2.5%). Official Homepage of 2020 THE World University Rankings https://www.timeshighereducation.com/world-university-rankings/2020/world-ranking Hanyang University's Evaluation by THE World University Rankings https://www.timeshighereducation.com/world-university-rankings/hanyang-university

2019-06 26

[Performance]Announcement of 2020 QS World University Rankings, Hanyang University takes 150th

On June 19th, the U.K.'s world university evaluation agency QS announced their 2020 World University Rankings. Hanyang University rose one position up to 150th place from the previous year. The top position has been held by MIT in the U.S. for eight consecutive years, followed by Standford University in second place and Harvard University in third. The U.S. has five school ranked in the top 10, Britain has four, and Switzerland has one, while Switzerland's ETH Zurich University took 6th place. In Asia, Nanyang Technological University of Singapore and the National University of Singapore tied for 11th place, being the highest ranking. Among South Korean universities, Seoul National University ranked highest, despite its one notch drop down to 37th compared to the previous year. Following are KAIST (41), Korea University (83), POSTECH (87), Sungkyunkwan University (95), Yonsei University (104), Hanyang University (150), and KyungHee University (247), making it eight universities that entered the rank of 300. While the ranking of Korean universities is steadily rising, the top universities are facing stagnant times, falling one to four notches. In particular, 28 of the top 30 universities saw their rankings drop in terms of graduation reputation. Relatively, Asian countries such as Singapore, China, and Japan have been rising steadily. Hanyang University ranks 150th in the world and 7th in Korea. Beginning to rise in 2011 after a slight fall in 2010, it rose one notch in 2019 from the previous year, maintaining a steady rise for nine consecutive years. It seems that the rise in Hanyang University's academic reputation had an impact on its overall ranking. According to the detailed evaluation index, the ranking of graduates was the highest among the indexes within 68.4 points, while that of fellow researchers rose to 46.8 points from 43.5 last year. QS World University Rankings, being in its 16th year this year, surveyed 1,210 universities in 94 countries. It analyzed four areas, including research, education, graduates, and internatinalization, on six indicators, and 40 percent of them were conducted by a survey of 94,000 scholars around the world in academic evaluations. In addition, the overall score was also calculated based on the number of papers being quoted (20%) that indicates the influence of the research, student to teacher ratio (20%) that evaluates the condition of instruction, graduate reputation (10%) that is conducted through personnel managers from around the world, the ratio of foreign professors (5%), and the ratio of international students (5%). See all rankings (QS homepage) https://www.topuniversities.com/university-rankings/world-university-rankings/2020 Translated by Jeon Chae-yun global@hanyang.ac.kr

2019-06 21

[Performance]2019 Maeil Business Newspaper University Startup Index",ERICA took 5th place and Seoul 9th place

ERICA campus ranked 5th and Seoul campus ranked 9th in the 4-year university category of the Maekyung University Startup Index, which was evaluated by the Maeil Business Newspaper and the Korea Business Incubation Association, on June 13. Among the three evaluation indicators, Hanyang ranked second among the four-year universities in the startup support sector. Maekyung University Startup Index is evaluated on the basis of data disclosed by the Korean Venture Business Association, posted on the Higher Education in Korea page at academyinfo.go.kr of the Ministry of Education, the Small Business Venture Business Department BI-Net, Korea Business Incubation Association data, and university survey. Unlike last year, this year’s evaluation covered a total of 247 universities (4-year) and 170 colleges (2-year), including special purpose universities such as universities of education, theology colleges, and cyber universities. The comprehensive evaluation was conducted through the sum of three categories: startup infrastructure, startup support, and startup performance. The ERICA campus of Hanyang University ranked fifth with 78.4 points, followed by Seoul Campus with 74.7 points. The ERICA campus rankings stayed the same, but the Seoul campus have fallen compared to the previous year (6th place). As a result of the comprehensive evaluation, the Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology (GIST) ranked first with a score of 94.6. It was followed by the Korea Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) with 84.5, Kyungil University with 82.4, Hannam University with 80.9, Hanyang University ERICA campus with 78.4, Dongguk University with 78.1, Korea University with 77.9, Incheon University with 75.6, and Konkuk University with 74.7. Hanyang University received a large number of points in the startup support category among the three indicators. In this category, it came in second place with Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology. ERICA campus ranked fourth in the startup performance sector. Translated by Hyejeong Park global@hanyang.ac.kr