A new ranking of universities aims to shift the idea of what makes one university better than another.
THE’s rankings editor Phil Baty sets out why the World University Rankings are here to stay – and why that's a good thing
With more data from more institutions, our 2018 rankings give a bigger picture than ever before. Here we explain the methodology that underpins the tables
The 2018 regional rankings use Times Higher Education’s tried and tested methodology to scrutinise Asia
Analysis of data underlying the latest ranking shows how Asia, Europe and North America are quite different in terms of the most open disciplines
Just as the ‘little red dot’ city state has made an indelible mark on the global stage, president of Nanyang Technological University, Singapore Subra Suresh examines how his institution has garnered...