Rankings

Ulsan

The event in South Korea will include the official launch of the THE Asia University Rankings 

Improvement, performance, rankings, success

Phil Baty sets out why the World University Rankings are here to stay – and why that's a good thing

Student connections

The institutions with the strongest global connections have a ‘cultural disposition’ to think beyond borders. Ellie Bothwell reports

Subra Suresh, president of Carnegie Mellon University, speaks to THE at the World Economic Forum in Davos

Interconnected world/global roaming

Phil Baty reports from the World Economic Forum in Davos

Harvard University with graph and figures

Our global survey gives a picture of which institutions are best at producing senior business leaders worldwide. John Elmes reports

A visitor admires shadow puppets made of leather during an exhibition. China
Lucrative offer to professor renews concerns over 'unethical' contracts
Pile of casino chips on gambling table
Are Chinese universities doing the same with affiliations as UK institutions do with REF, asks Jack Grove
Spending graph

Duncan Ross on the correlation between country income and university performance

Hong Kong

Event will explore university-industry collaboration, curiosity-led research and whether institutions can create entrepreneurs

Greyhounds

The results of the survey will be used to shape the Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2017-18

Shadows of graduates at liberal arts college US

Liberal arts colleges have lower levels of racial and socio-economic diversity among students, according to data collected by Times Higher Education

Brisbane, Australia

The ranking will be released during the THE Young Universities Summit in Australia

Ulsan

The ranking will be released during the THE Asia Universities Summit in South Korea

THE World University Rankings 2016-2017 methodology illustration

A look at the most-read THE university rankings articles from the past 12 months

bird, nightingale

Sir Keith Burnett reflects on the future of academia and innovation in the UK and China

Group of people push balloon into the air

Leading higher education scholar warns that the sector will ‘shut down’ if institutions do not report their value

japan, japanese,

Recent university rankings results provide some much-needed discomfort in Japan, says Devin Stewart

Barack Obama

Alternative metrics find that research from Barack Obama received the most online attention this year

Lightbulb innovation

Measuring entrepreneurialism must take account of individual academics, say Robert Tijssen and Alfredo Yegros