Impact Rankings 2024: time to submit your data

Universities are now invited to provide their information for participation in the sustainability-focused ranking

September 18, 2023
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The data collection portal for the Impact Rankings 2024 is now open.

Universities can submit data to participate in the next edition of Times Higher Education’s sustainability-focused league table until the portal closes on 10 November.

To be featured in THE’s Impact Rankings, universities must input the data required. First-time entrants need to register their institution to obtain access to the submission portal.

There are no fees to take part or to add data, but only institutions that teach students at the undergraduate or postgraduate level qualify for inclusion in the rankings.

The results of the next Impact Rankings, which measure universities’ progress towards the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), will be published in June 2024.

The rankings include 18 tables – one overall league table and one for each of the 17 individual SDGs.

For the 2023 edition of the Impact Rankings, 1,705 institutions provided data, a 12 per cent jump on the previous year. Asian universities led in participation numbers, followed by institutions in Europe and South America.

When it came to the results, the top spot in 2023’s overall table was claimed by Western Sydney University in Australia, followed by the UK’s University of Manchester and Canada’s Queen’s University.

To take part in our Impact Rankings 2024, register here. Previously registered institutions can update their details.

We have compiled a list of frequently asked questions about our Impact Rankings, but if you have any other queries, email

The Impact Rankings 2024 will be launched at the THE Global Sustainable Development Congress in Bangkok in June 2024. Learn more about the event, and purchase your ticket, here.

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