World University Rankings

World University Rankings 2018

Phil Baty has the latest on the publication of the 2018 Times Higher Education World University Rankings, which will be launched in London in September

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We answer some of your questions about the new Wall Street Journal/Times Higher Education Global Business School Rankings

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Brazil retains the crown in Times Higher Education’s second annual list of the top universities in the region as higher education institutions face up to the need to change

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The universities of China, Singapore and South Korea are among the world leaders in some STEM fields, but will they expand their strength into other disciplines? asks Simon Marginson

University of Guadalajara

The ranking will be released at an event in Mexico in July

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Times Higher Education to partner with The Wall Street Journal to produce business school rankings in spring 2018

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The first THE ranking measuring teaching across Europe will be launched at the event next year

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Figures reveal the UK to be less of a pacesetter than generally thought and the Netherlands to be a real knockout. Simon Baker investigates who might be continental kings after Brexit

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The UK may lead Europe in terms of internationalisation, but other countries are surprisingly strong and gaining ground. Ellie Bothwell reports

Asian universities overtake top Western brands in the Times Higher Education ranking of the world’s most prestigious universities 

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Universities with the highest student to staff ratio named
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Ahead of his address at Going Global 2017, Phil Baty looks at the relationship between the world’s best universities and their place in the world

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The best universities in the Arab World have been named
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The Times Higher Education table of the world's most prestigious universities will be announced in Massachusetts 

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Universities with the highest percentage of international students named
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Newer universities excel when it comes to internationalisation and research influence
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Our new rankings focus on what institutions offer students
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Nobel laureates and university presidents will speak at flagship THE event at King’s College London

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The National University of Singapore leads our 2017 ranking of the top universities in Asia
University of Sydney

THE analysis reveals the 53 institutions that could surpass Oxbridge and the Ivy League