23 décembre 2018

University Rankings Coming to Rwanda

Africa has not been well served by the standard world university rankings and some countries have resorted to extracting data from Webometrics and UniRank to construct national rankings. There have been repeated calls for local rankings with criteria that reflect national and African priorities. More...

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Ranking of Business School Rankings

The number and coverage of international university rankings is steadily increasing. It is therefore desirable that stakeholders and the public should be informed about their design, methodology and validity. So far progress with regard to the general rankings has been limited. More...

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Building university visibility - Ranking conference in Poland

„Perspektywy” Education Foundation in close cooperation with the Conference of Rectors of Academic Schools in Poland (CRASP) and the Polish Accreditation Commission organized a conference “Polish Universities in International Perspective - Rankings and Strategic Management of a University”. The third conference under the same title was held in Warsaw on 3rd and 4th December 2018. More...

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22 décembre 2018

TOP 10 des articles qui vous ont marqués en 2018

Screenshot-2018-4-15 Egypte – des élections présidentielles jouées d’avanceAvant de tourner la page de 2018, nous vous proposons de revenir sur les dix articles qui vous ont le plus marqués cette année. Plus...

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21 décembre 2018

The Future of Rankings is Excellent

By Alex Usher. First of all, we are getting a lot of new data at the international level.  There are two primary sources for this. The first is the THE rankings – in particular their new European Teaching Rankings, which use surveys to look at student engagement and the student experience.  This is excellent.  It’s not the first time this has been attempted – U-Multirank has done this for a couple of years now – but THE taking up this data brings this approach into some of the world’s largest universities (THE also did something similar in its US rankings). More...

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20 décembre 2018

UK “likely” to be overtaken by Australia – CGHE

By Claudia Civinini. The UK is likely to lose its position as the second most popular study abroad destination to Australia, according to a paper published by the Centre for Global Higher Education. More...

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19 décembre 2018

Elite HEIs ebb in QS employability rankings

By Claudia Civinini. The US scooped five of the top-10 spots in the QS Graduate Employability Rankings 2019, while elite UK institutions slipped down the rankings since last year. More...

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FT EMBAs rankings introduce CSR

By Claudia Civinini. A new criterion focusing on Corporate Social Responsibility and a greater importance placed on the proportion of female student and staff featured in the newly released 18th edition of the Financial Times rankings of Executive MBAs, business courses for senior working managers. More...

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THE and Study Group collaborate on student enquiries via rankings sites

By Amy Baker. International students visiting various university rankings websites managed by Times Higher Education will soon have the option of reaching an education counsellor, via a new partnership with global education company Study Group. More...

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US and UK jostle for soft power top spot in rankings

By Amy Baker. Based on the number of world leaders and monarchs educated in a country, the US is now the leading country for its associated “soft power” score, according to recently released soft power index from UK-based Higher Education Policy Institute. More...

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