NUI Galway ranks in global top 50 in the latest THE Impact Rankings 2022

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NUI Galway ranks in global top 50 in the latest THE Impact Rankings 2022

Published 12 July 2022

NUI Galway has moved into 47th place in the THE Impact Rankings 2022, and is now the number 1 university in Ireland for sustainable development.

The 2022 edition of Times Higher Education’s Impact Rankings places the University 47th out of  over 1,400 institutions, and also the 5th best university in the world for Sustainable Development - Responsible Consumption and Production.

President of NUI Galway, Professor Ciarán Ó hÓgartaigh said: “The sustainable development goals are arguably the most important targets for the world to meet, and it’s heartening to see Irish universities taking such a lead role in addressing them.

"As we see recent research linking air pollution and COVID-19 outcomes, the need to create a better and more sustainable future for all has never been more urgent. The current pandemic is highlighting healthcare inequalities globally, which we must work to address across all aspects of our research, from health sciences to the humanities."

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