De La Salle University (DLSU) has been ranked by higher education global ranking and rating agency Eduniversal among the 400 schools in the three Palmes league.
Eduniversal released its 2019 Best Masters and MBA Ranking Worldwide on July 18, highlighting the results of its appraisal of 1,000 educational institutions from 154 countries across 50 areas of study.
An institution included in the three Palmes league is referred to as an “Excellent Business School with reinforcing international influence.” The other Philippine universities with three Palmes are University of the Philippines (UP) Diliman and Ateneo de Manila University.
In its website, Eduniversal claims to “identify and promote the academic strengths” of 1000 institutions that are “the best in the world.”
In the Far East Asia region, DLSU is the lone Philippine university in the categories of Marketing, ranked 20th, and International Business Law, ranked 19th.
Only two institutions in the country were ranked for their Master of Business Administration (MBA) program — DLSU and the Asian Institute of Management. DLSU takes the 29th spot.
Still in Far East Asia, DLSU is the top-ranked Philippine private university in the categories of Human Resources Management and Economics. Its graduate programs in Industrial Relations Management and Applied Economics are ranked 11th and 28th, respectively.
Three institutions were ranked for their Corporate Communication programs — DLSU, UP Diliman and the University of Santo Tomas. The DLSU Master of Marketing Communications Program ranked 23rd.
Each year, over 4 million students worldwide use Eduniversal in their search for masters programs. The academic rankings are the centerpiece of a network of websites and services that the company provides.
With a strong focus on robustness and accuracy, the Eduniversal Evaluation System has developed a methodology to rank and evaluate the best masters and MBA programs worldwide — a point system based on the reputation of the program, salary of the first employment and student satisfaction, and decided by the Eduniversal International Scientific Committee.