Rankings

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Policymakers are starting to recognise the value of investing in universities if their nations are to compete globally, says Ka-Ho Mok

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The country spends more on higher education than many of its regional neighbours, so why isn’t this reflected in the Asia University Rankings?

Student waiting in corridor, University of Delhi

Pakistan’s and Bangladesh’s institutions are hot on the heels of their regional rival, but investment in higher education remains an issue

Gardens by the Bay, Singapore

To rise rapidly, institutions should consider a four-pronged strategy for growth and development, says Tan Chorh Chuan

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Wherever your institution sits in the Times Higher Education Asia University Rankings 2016, there is always more to the results than meets the eye, says Peter Mathieson

Singapore skyline, Merlion fountain, Asia University Rankings 2016

Singapore leads the way in Times Higher Education's 2016 ranking of the premier universities in Asia

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The latest rankings release discussed by the THE editorial team

Asia University Rankings 2016 methodology

The changes in institutions’ fortunes charted in this year’s Asia University Rankings tables are calculated with the same carefully calibrated performance indicators used for the Times Higher Education World University Rankings

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John Morgan reports on the differences between the countries in terms of the provision of education, governance and the quality of research

Bangladeshi girl has head decorated with flowers, Dhaka University

We have reached a key moment in the development of the region's higher education sector, says Ismail Badat

Lightbulbs innovation

Germany and the UK well represented on Reuters’ inaugural Europe innovation ranking

Racetrack starting grid,: US college ranking

New ranking of colleges, due for publication in September 2016, has been developed with input from key US sector bodies and experts

University of São Paulo Faculty of Law: Best universities in Latin America

Brazil dominates the list of Latin America’s best universities as judged by Times Higher Education’s Academic Reputation Survey

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Asia ranking will be expanded to contain 200 institutions and will be exclusively previewed at THE's 2016 Asia Universities Summit

Winners' podium

Loughborough jumps into the top five, according to latest league table

What do the world’s six most reputed universities have in common? Duncan Ross looks at the figures

 World Reputation Rankings 2016 methodology

How the reputation analysis is done

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This year's results discussed by the Times Higher Education rankings team

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The opinions of others are key to creating or damaging an institution's reputation

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More than 10,000 academics' views give unique insight into universities' global reputations