12 novembre 2017

Latest US News Global Rankings

The Best Global Universities ranking is entirely devoted to research. There are 13 indicators: Global research reputation (12.5%), Regional research reputation (12.5%), Publications (10%), Books (2.5%), Conferences (2.5%), Normalized citation impact (10%), Total citations (7.5%), Number of publications among the 10% most cited (12.5%), Percent of publications among the 10% most cited (10%), International collaboration (5%), Number of highly cited papers among the 1% most cited (5%), and Number of highly cited papers among the 1% most cited (5%). More...

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Russian 5-100 Project Under Review

The Russian 5-100 Academic Excellence Project is currently being reviewed. The object of this programme was to get five Russian universities into the top 100 of the global rankings.
At present Lomonosov Moscow State University, which is not part of the project, is the only Russian university in the top 100 of the Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) World University Rankings and the Academic Ranking of World Universities (Shanghai Rankings). It has also reached the top 200 of the Times Higher Education (THE) world rankings and the Round University Ranking published by a Russian agency. More...

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Big Gains for European and Canadian Universities in Latest URAP tables

The University Ranking by Academic Performance (URAP) has been published since 2010 by the Informatics Institute at Middle East Technical University in Ankara. It includes six indicators that measure research output and quality. More...

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World – Class Universities Conference in Shanghai

The seventh World-Class Universities conference sponsored by Shanghai Jiao Tong  University opened on Tuesday November 7th. The conference has become one of the key events of the international ranking calendar. This year’s theme is Towards a Global Common Good and Seeking National and Institutional Contributions. More...

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CWUR Global Rankings

The Center for World University Rankings, formerly based in Jeddah but now in the United Arab Emirates, has released its latest global rankings.
The methodology is quite distinctive. There are eight indicators that claim to measure the quality of education and training and the prestige of faculty members. More...

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Subject Rankings from THE

Times Higher Education (THE) has released a batch of four subject rankings: Education, Law, Business and Economics, and the Social Sciences. Education and Law are ranked separately for the first time this year.  It is noticeable that the top sections of these rankings are more varied than THE’s general world rankings. More...

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Maclean’s (Canada) 2018 Rankings

The Canadian magazine, MacLean’s, has just published the 2018 edition of its national university rankings. There are three main categories, medical/doctoral, comprehensive and primarily undergraduate universities. McGill, Simon Fraser and Mount Allison Top the Lists. More...

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QS Regional Rankings Reveal a Few Surprises

Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) has just announced the latest edition of their suite of regional rankings for Asia, Latin America, the Arab region and EECA (Emerging Europe and central Asia. The data are derived from the QS world rankings but with a different methodology in each case. In all four rankings the weighting for academic reputation is 30%, compared to 40% in the world rankings, and for employer reputation 20%, compared to 10% in the world rankings. More...

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Vietnam National Ranking Published

An independent panel of Vietnamese academics has produced the country’s first national ranking of universities. Most of the data is from university websites. More...

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Reuters 100 Innovative Universities: USA Continues to Lead

Reuters has released the latest edition of its 100 innovative global universities ranking. Top of the list is Stanford university in California followed by MIT and Harvard. Over half of the top universities were US or Canadian. Asia is fairly well represented with eight universities apiece from japan and South Korea, one from Singapore and one from Israel. There are also 20 European universities. More...

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