Worker checks thin-film silicon solar module, Truebbach
November 18, 2015

Asia doubles representation while European countries face varied performance

Graduates marching towards City of London
November 12, 2015

The Global Employability University Survey reveals where to study to get a job

Students demonstrate lion dance robot, RoboGame competition, China
November 11, 2015

Balance of power continues to shift towards Asia in disciplines

Indian flag
November 9, 2015

India ‘cannot aspire to be a world power without having a single world-class university’, country’s president says. Phil Baty writes

US cheerleaders
November 4, 2015

Policymakers in US and UK told not to jeopardise the nations’ strength in the fields

Tourists in rain outside Bodleian Library, University of Oxford
October 28, 2015

UK is top in life sciences while Asia performance varies

Baseball player Anthony Gose, Toronto Blue Jays, falls on ground
October 21, 2015

UK maintains its strength in the arts while US loses ground

Peterhouse, University of Cambridge
October 15, 2015

The combined results of the three main UK university league tables also include a post-92 institution for the first time

Researcher holds Ebola diagnostic tests
October 14, 2015

Standout institutions for clinical, pre-clinical and health subjects cite collaboration with industry and other universities as reason for success

University of California, Berkeley
October 7, 2015

Times Higher Education World Academic Summit 2016 will be hosted in partnership with the University of California, Berkeley

October 6, 2015

Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2015-2016 subject tables will be revealed over six weeks

October 6, 2015

Putting our latest rankings results into context

World University Rankings 2015-2016 results coming 30 September
October 1, 2015

Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2015-2016 will include 800 institutions for the first time

Higher education guidance system
September 30, 2015

Times Higher Education’s six-pronged offer provides the global academy with the tools to find the right path – higher education’s ‘strategic sonar’

Where we do our thinking
September 30, 2015

The World University Rankings are a global affair, but as with so many things, some parts of the planet are more equal than others. This image maps the positions of all the institutions in this year’s analysis. Despite globalisation, it shows how North America and Western Europe still dominate international HE

In-house renovation
September 30, 2015

More data, more institutions and elimination of kilo-author papers: full control has enabled THE to make world rankings even better, writes Duncan Ross

Phil Baty, editor, Times Higher Education World University Rankings
September 30, 2015

The World University Rankings 2015-2016 are bigger, better and more comprehensive than ever, explains Phil Baty

World University Rankings
September 30, 2015

US continues to lose its grip as institutions in Europe up their game

Big science: sizing up a colossus
September 30, 2015

The growth of the kilo-author paper recognises one form of excellence but challenges measurement, writes Duncan Ross

Big beasts strive to thrive in shifting environment
September 30, 2015

Swiss innovator makes top 10 as Germany’s evolution pays dividends, but Japan struggles as more globalised rivals show strength. Ellie Bothwell reports