THE Impact ranks CCDC

LA TRINIDAD, BENGUET – On its first participatory year, Cordillera Career Development College (CCDC) made it to 1001-1500 ranking bracket in the 2024 Times Higher Education (THE) Impact Rankings released on June 12, 2024.

The ranking was based on CCDC’s participation in five (5) of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) categories. THE Impact Rankings measure the contributions of higher education institutions to the United Nations’ SDGs.

CCDC’s contributions to the achievement of SDG 1 or ‘No Poverty’ was ranked 301-400 while its participation in SDG 3 or ‘Good Health and Wellbeing’ is ranked 1000+.

The school’s efforts geared towards ‘Gender Equality’ or SDG 5 was ranked 601-800, and the activities towards SDG 16 or ‘Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions’ is ranked 401-600.

CCDC’s ‘Partnership for Goals,’ which is SDG 17, was ranked 1001-1500.

“As a college being ranked in the Times Higher Education Impact Ranking, this is an affirmation of our collective efforts as an institution as well as an inspiration that educational institutions play a pivotal role in making meaningful transformations in society,” said school president Sherry Junette Tagle.

In the THE 2024 rankings, 2,152 universities from 125 regions across the globe were evaluated and ranked. Australia-based Western Sydney University was ranked first, retaining the ranking since 2022.

“CCDC harmonizes its educational efforts to help achieve the sustainable development goals believing that we share one earth and no effort is too small to be significant,” said Tagle.*

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