Rankings

Protesters in Chile

Reforms in Chile have made higher education more accessible and more sustainable. So why isn’t everybody happy? asks J. Salvador Peralta

Students walking up stairs on campus

Bringing internationalisation to the fore isn’t easy, so identifying the main challenges creates a helpful focus, writes Carlos Iván Moreno Arellano

A man with a lot of flowers on his back

To better prepare graduates for today’s world, Latin American higher education must evolve, but, says Liz Reisberg, it is hidebound and resistant to change

A podium constructed out of wood

There are good reasons why some big names are missing from our roster

Map of Latin America projected on to hands

Our rankings aim to support institutions across the region to raise their game

People climbing Aztec-style temple

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

Reputation

In the competition to boost their reputations, are universities in danger of forgetting their students? asks Juan Manuel Mora

Ant on computer chip. Microscope view

Ability to access the cutting-edge technology needed for such research is one key factor behind the success of institutions featuring in the latest THE cluster analysis

Latin America University Rankings methodology artwork
We explain the methodology that underpins our rankings for Latin America
research excellence summit
Call for rankings to give more weight to societal impact
Chinese pig lantern at Sydney Opera House

Building ties with academics and students across Asia, and China in particular, is paying off for Australia’s universities. Jack Grove reports

Asia-Pacific region at night

Covering a huge geographical area, the Asia-Pacific University Rankings showcase a region that has a rapidly expanding and rapidly changing higher education system

Enrolment

The extraordinary dynamism that characterises higher education in East Asia, Southeast Asia and Oceania merits detailed analysis, says Phil Baty

People in a light tunnel

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

A businessman viewing a world map with key cities connected by dots

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

Asia Pacific Rankings cover

In our inaugural analysis of the region, the Asia-Pacific University Rankings 2017 help to show the dynamism of a rapidly growing higher education market

University of Glasgow

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

Phil Baty reflects on the Times Higher Education World Reputation Forum, which took place in Harvard Square this month

Synchronised swimmers

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