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Development of scientific research at Benha University with reference to the international academic ranking - 2016
Authors: Ghanem M, Khalil M.H., Abo El Enein H.M.,
Year: 2016
Keywords: Benha University, scientific research, QS ranking, Webometrics
Journal: The 12th QS-APPLE, Asia Pacific Professional Leaders in Education Conference and Exhibition, 22-24 November 2016, Putrajaya, Malaysia.
Volume: 1
Issue: Not Available
Pages: Abstract
Publisher: QS-APPLE
Local/International: International
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Benha university (BU) has started many procedures to enhance the quality of scientific research and international publication since 2013 aiming to improve the international academic ranking and recruit international students. Progression was mainly observed during the last 3 academic years when starting to collaborate with the QS. The overall BU performance indicator has increased 13% in the number of international publications according the Scopus data base accessed on June 21th 2016. Approximately 254 articles were published, mostly in the field of Engineering (54), Medicine (47), chemistry (37) and computer sciences (35). In addition, the global collaboration has been increased from 42.50% in 2015 to 44.30% in 2016. BU has uploaded 19753 abstracts and 2887 full papers on the staff website that produced significant improvement in the web impact indicator on Egyptian university levels at QS ranking from position 5 in 2015 to position 2 on 2016. Many other procedures currently underway to optimize the global collaboration and improve the BU ranking in the next issue.

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