Times Higher Education (THE) has just published its world ranking of higher education institutions according to how they address the UN’s 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Having entered this ranking in 2022, this year IMT Nord Europe moves up from the “301-400” bracket to “201-300”!


IMT Nord Europe joins the world’s Top 100 (96th) on “Partnerships for the Goals” (SDG 17).


IMT Nord Europe joins the world’s Top 200 on 6 SDGs:

  • “Clean Water and Sanitation” (SDG 6)
  • “Decent Work and Economic Growth” (SDG 8)
  • “Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure” (SDG 9)
  • “Sustainable Cities and Communities” (SDG 11), with the 3rd best score in France.
  • “Responsible Consumption and Production” (SDG 12)
  • “Life on Land” (SDG 15)


In France, IMT Nord Europe is among the Top 10 ranked establishments.

“This steady progression in this international benchmark ranking is entirely consistent with IMT Nord Europe’s positioning in the field of Sustainable Development. It encourages us to continue developing our projects and achievements as part of our 2023-2027 strategic plan “Acting to build an eco-responsible future”, says Alain Schmitt, Director of IMT Nord Europe.

“This result demonstrates the international recognition of the day-to-day work of the IMT Nord Europe teams, to whom I offer my warmest thanks. I am also delighted that several Institut Mines-Télécom schools are well placed in this ranking,” he adds.


See the full ranking