Eurasian University Ranking (IAAR-EUR) – 2021 from Kazakhstan

The Independent Agency for Accreditation and Rating has published the International Ranking of Higher Educational Institutions of the Eurasian Region. It is calculated based on indicators in four directions: quality of education, scientific potential, international recognition and academic. The ranking covers universities of Kazakhstan, Russia, Belarus, Ukraine, Azerbaijan, Kyrgyzstan, and Moldova The results of the […]

Latin American Ranking from THE

Times Higher Education (THE) has published the latest edition of their Latin American rankings. These are based on the methodology of the THE World University Rankings but with significant modifications. The weighting for the citations (research impact) indicator has been cut from 30% to 20% and redistributed to Teaching: the Learning Environment (now 36%) and […]

Poland chapter of IREG Observatory met in Warsaw

Nine members of IREG observatory in Poland including top rated universities in the country represented by rectors and vice rectors met at a dinner in Warsaw on July 14 to share their experience on international rankings. They also discussed plans to hold the IREG annual conference in Warsaw in 2022; it will be a jubilee […]

URAP Shows Asian Dominance of Engineering

The University Ranking by Academic Performance (URAP) is published by the Graduate School of Informatics at Middle East Technical University, Ankara. The latest rankings show that Asia, especially Mainland China, has a commanding position with regard to engineering subjects while the USA and Western Europe continue to do well in the life sciences, social sciences […]

New Research Ranking System from Turkey

The AD (Alper-Doger) Scientific Index is a ranking system developed by two Turkish scientists, Murat Alper of the University of Health Sciences, Istanbul, and Cihan Doger of Ankara City Hospital. It is based on the i10 index, h-index, and citation scores in Google Scholar. The ranking provides lists of universities, countries and scientists. The United […]

Luiz Costa, IREG President, on the “THE” Impact Rankings Advisory Board

Prof. Luiz Costa (Brazil), President of IREG Observatory on Academic Ranking and Excellence has been appointed a members of the newly created Advisory Board of the THE Impact Rankings. The Board consists of 11 persons selected from a large number of applicants among experts on higher education from all the continents. The Board will meet […]

Chinese University Ranking by Graduate Salary

Articles on the website China.org.cn and in China Daily have reported on the latest ranking of Chinese universities by Xinchou.cn. The salary index covers 100 universities and the data is supplied by alumni who have been working for at least a year. The most highly paid graduates are those of Tsinghua University with an average […]

Jagiellonian University leads in Poland’s Perspektywy University Ranking 2021

Jagiellonian University first in the 22nd University Ranking Perspektywy 2021. The University of Warsaw was second, followed by the Warsaw University of Technology. The Kozminski University in Warsaw won among private universities. The ranking was prepared by the Perspektywy Education Foundation under the supervision of the jury chaired by Professor Michał Kleiber. It includes four rankings: […]

Top 500 Supercomputers: Is China Slipping?

The Top 500 ranking is a list of the most powerful supercomputers in the world currently compiled by experts at the NERSC/ Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, the software company Prometheus, and the University of Mannheim. In recent years the leading story of this ranking has been the relative decline of the USA and the rise […]

Inventors’ Rankings Show Middle East and East Asian Innovation Leaders

The National Academy of Inventors and the Intellectual Property Owners Association have published the latest edition of their ranking of universities granted US utility patents in 2020. The data is from the US Patent and Trademark Office. US universities hold the lead for the time being, with the first eight places going to American universities […]