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Brazil dominates the list of Latin America’s best universities as judged by Times Higher Education’s Academic Reputation Survey
Asia ranking will be expanded to contain 200 institutions and will be exclusively previewed at THE's 2016 Asia Universities Summit
Loughborough jumps into the top five, according to latest league table
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How the reputation analysis is done
This year's results discussed by the Times Higher Education rankings team
More than 10,000 academics' views give unique insight into universities' global reputations
Outside the Anglo-American 'superbrands', new names are establishing a presence
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Cultivating a sense of goodwill and responsible citizenship are key to the university's strategy
The opinions of others are key to creating or damaging an institution's reputation
After the THE Africa Universities Summit, and as higher education leaders gather at Going Global in Cape Town, Phil Baty reflects on the role of rankings in nation-building
Asia increases its standing in this year's Times Higher Education World Reputation Rankings
Times Higher Education World University Rankings data reveal the top 15 universities in Africa
China’s motives, like the West’s, are mixed, but it clearly has a role to play in building capacity in African higher education
The responses of 10,323 scholars give THE the largest and most statistically sound reputation ranking, says Phil Baty
Prestigious event will bring together leaders from some of the world’s best universities
Paper finds that universities are more likely to interact with institutions that are geographically closer to them