World University Rankings 2016-2017 table information

September 21, 2016

Key Statistics
The data shown under Key Statistics is that provided by the University itself in its submission to the Times Higher Education World University Rankings. It represents data from the 2014 academic year, and may vary from subsequent or earlier years.

Students
This is the number of full time equivalent students at the University.

Student:staff ratio
This is the ratio of full time equivalent students to the number of academic staff – those involved in teaching or research.

International students
The percentage of students originating from outside the country of the University.

Female:Male ratio
The ratio of female to male students at the University.

Editor's note
Trinity College Dublin has informed us that it submitted (and signed off) some incorrect data to the rankings database which is likely to have adversely affected the ranking position initially allocated to it for both the 2015-16 and the 2016-17 rankings. Under Times Higher Education’s corrections policy, this matter is now being investigated and a re-calculation of the data will take place. Pending the outcome of this process, Times Higher Education has taken the decision to temporarily remove Trinity College Dublin from the 2015-16 and 2016-17 World University Rankings. The university will be re-instated into the rankings as soon as the corrections process is complete.

View the Times Higher Education World University Rankings corrections policy

 

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