Kafrelsheikh University ranks second at the level of Egyptian universities in the general classification of the British Times classification for the year 2023


 Dr. Abdel Razek Desouky, President of the University, announced that the university ranked (501-600) globally, and ranked second locally in the general classification of the British Times classification. It also ranked (601-800) and fifth locally in the British Times classification of sustainable development goals.

Dr. Abdel Razek Desouky stated that the university ranked (301-400) in the general ranking of the British Times classification in the field of veterinary medicine, life sciences, physical sciences, and engineering sciences, and ranked (501-600) in the field of clinical health.
The President of Kafrelsheikh University also stated that with regard to the university’s ranking within each of the classification goals for sustainable development, the university ranked (201-300) in the second goal related to the complete eradication of hunger, the sixth goal related to clean water and sanitation, and the twelfth goal related to Consumption and production, the thirteenth goal related to climate action, the fourteenth goal related to life under water, and the fifteenth goal related to life on land.
The university also ranked (401-600) in the first goal related to poverty eradication, the seventh goal related to clean energy, the ninth goal related to industry, innovation and political structures, the tenth goal related to reducing inequalities, and the eleventh goal (sustainable cities and communities), And the seventeenth goal (partnerships to achieve the goals).
The university also ranked (801-1000) in the fifth goal related to gender equality, and the eighth goal related to decent work and economic growth.
The president of the university said that the British Times classification is one of the best international classifications and is based on main indicators with a number of detailed sub-criteria that include the fields of: education “educational environment”, scientific research “volume of published research, income from scientific research and reputation”, and citations “impact of research”. "," International Relations "faculty, students and research", and industry income "knowledge transfer of innovations and patents."
Prof. Abdel Razek Desouky, President of the University, praised the university’s achievement and its progress in the British Times World Classification for Specializations 2023, stressing the university’s interest in developing the scientific research system and supporting researchers with the necessary capabilities to increase the number of research and international participation to achieve advanced positions in international classifications in the various disciplines that are included in each classification.
He stressed that this classification is a strong international recognition of the university's development in education and scientific research, indicating that international classifications contribute significantly to improving the international reputation of the university in particular and of Egypt in general in the field of higher education and scientific research.
For his part, Dr. Ismail Al-Qan, Vice President for Postgraduate Studies and Research, said that the Times classification shows the commitment of the institution subject to the classification to support the seventeenth goals of sustainable development of the United Nations in the field of education, scientific research and knowledge transfer, as well as their embodiment in its internal practices. The classification depends on a number of indicators in the way it works across three areas: scientific research published during the last five years in international scientific journals and periodicals of the publishing house, awareness activities, management and supervision of achieving the goals of sustainable development.