11 November 2011
The Business of Fashion online magazine has produced its latest ranking of fashion schools. There are now three categories, Undergraduate Fashion, Graduate Fashion, and Graduate Business. The indicators are divided into three groups: global Influence, learning experience and long-term value.
08 November 2011
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.
01 November 2017
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.
31 October 2017
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.
24 October 2017
The US News has long been famous for its rankings of America’s Best Colleges and has recently embarked on the ranking of global universities.
19 October 2017
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.
18 October 2017
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.
13 October 2017
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.
The General Assembly of IREG Observatory on Academic Ranking and Excellence voted to admit five new members.
IREG Observatory congratulates and welcomes the new members.
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