THE World University Rankings 2016-17 launch

Times Higher Education’s flagship rankings will be released on 21 September

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Arts and humanities research will be better represented in the 2016-17 global league table

Gender balance

World University Rankings analysis highlights top female university leaders


Event will take place in Berkeley, California, ahead of the THE World Academic Summit

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Study identifies institutions that have an opportunity to become globally renowned within the next decade

Professor Louise Richardson, University of Oxford

Analysis of THE World University Rankings data shows gender gap at top is gradually narrowing

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LinkedIn co-founder, a Nobel laureate and more than 10 university presidents among high-profile speakers at Times Higher Education’s flagship event 


China dominates the Nature Index 2016 Rising Stars list

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US ranking will focus on student experience and outcomes

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Times Higher Education’s debut event on universities’ innovation and impact will be held in partnership with The Hong Kong Polytechnic University

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Information about the new US college ranking being developed by Times Higher Education

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Latin America needs a HE system that promotes equality across the region, says Carolina Guzmán-Valenzuela

Latin America University Rankings 2016 methodology

This pilot ranking is calculated with the same performance indicators used for the World University Rankings, with data adjusted to reflect the region’s priorities

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THE’s first Latin America ranking will help to kick-start a debate about future benchmarking for the region’s higher education institutions
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The active participation of universities is crucial to the accuracy and breadth of the information THE collects, writes Duncan Ross
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Brazil leads Times Higher Education’s debut ranking of the top universities in Latin America

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As different regions have different approaches to higher education, it makes sense to allow flexibility in the rankings analysis, writes Duncan Ross
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To compete on the global stage, the region must adopt a more inclusive – and more international – outlook, write Marcelo Knobel and Andrés Bernasconi
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Cooperation is key to developing a successful higher education sector in this complex and diverse region, argues Marco Antonio Zago

Latin America ranking will include 50 institutions and will be exclusively launched at the THE Latin America Universities Summit