Share evidence to support the Sustainable Development Goals

The UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are a universal call for action by all countries to tackle climate change, end poverty and build a more sustainable and inclusive world by 2030. As a signatory of the SDG Accord, the University is committed to addressing the global challenges facing society and the environment today and is currently ranked among the world’s top 100 universities in the 2023 Times Higher Education (THE) Impact Rankings for its work in support of the UN SDGs.

The Times Higher Education Impact Rankings assess universities based on their social and environmental impact. These rankings focus on how the global higher education sector contribute to addressing global challenges outlined in the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). 

Each year, the University submits evidence for individual Sustainable Development Goals to the THE Impact Rankings and receive a score and a rank for activities in each of the SDGs. Evidence is submitted on various indicators related to performance in areas such as research, outreach, and stewardship of resources. The data includes information on teaching and learning practices, case studies from research projects, community engagement initiatives, and sustainability efforts on campus. The evidence may include reports, case studies, and documentation of projects and initiatives which support our commitments to the SDGs and showcases our achievements.

If you have evidence to support any of the SDGs that you would like to submit in the next THE Impact Rankings, please complete the form below stating which SDG the evidence relates to, and provide a link or upload a document to support your evidence.

For more information, please contact the Sustainability Team at

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