Rating Standards

ACMIT University ratings are based on specific standards and criteria used to assess the quality and performance of higher education institutions. These ratings standards are as follows.

Academic Reputation

Surveys of academics and experts within the field to gauge the institution’s academic standing and reputation.

Research Output

Quantity and quality of research produced by faculty members, including publications, citations, and impact factors of their research work.

Faculty Quality

Qualifications, expertise, and achievements of the faculty members, including the presence of renowned researchers and Nobel laureates.

Student-to-Faculty Ratio

The ratio of students to faculty members, indicating the level of personalized attention and interaction provided by the institutions to the students.


The presence of international students and faculty members, as well as collaboration with international institutions worldwide.


The success of graduates in the job market, employment rates, and feedback from employers.

Facilities and Resources

Quality of infrastructure, libraries, laboratories, and overall resources available to students and faculty members in the institution.

Student Satisfaction

Feedback from current students regarding their overall satisfaction with the educational experience.

Financial Resources

The financial strength of the institution, including endowments, research funding, and investment in academic programs.

Alumni Success

The achievements and contributions of alumni in their respective fields, which may reflect the impact of the education provided.

Diversity and Inclusion

The institution’s commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion, including the representation of underrepresented groups among students and faculty.

Global Partnerships

Collaborations and partnerships with other universities, research institutions, and industry on a global scale.