IREG 2019 Bologna Now – a Short Reflection about Feeling

IREG 2019 Bologna Now – a Short Reflection about Feeling

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The contradiction of our times: a conference is held at the University of Bologna, which is about a thousand years old, about university rankings there are opposed to the traditional idea of university ... But: presentations about important new developments, for example: a USNews Ranking of Online Programs. [caption id="attachment_5003" align="alignnone" width="300"] IREG 2019 conference[/caption]
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New EU-Universities from More Global Ranking’s Viewpoints

New EU-Universities from More Global Ranking’s Viewpoints

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In the recent THE New Europe Rankings there were 53 institutes ranked using the same methodology as in THE World University Rankings (in which 1103 institutes were ranked). Indicators cover five areas, which are the following: learning environment (30%) research (30%) citation (30%) international outlook (7,5%) industry income (2,5%). According to THE New Europe, University of Tartu was on the top, ranked in the 301-350 position in THE World University Ranking. Taking the subject rankings into consideration, University of Tartu positioned itself among the best 250 institutions in several fields, such as clinical, pre-clinical & health, life sciences and computer science. While Cyprus University of Technology - ranked as the second university in the New Europe Rankings - are missing from the best 500 universities in any of the fields, it…
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Times Higher Education Japan University Rankings 2018: results

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THE came out with the ranking of the best Japanese universities for 2018. The complete list is available here. Kyoto University tops the list alongside with the University of Tokyo. The metrics are slightly different this year, focusing more on the student-factor, such as the share of international students and the number of students in international exchange programmes. It also caused a drop for Tohoku University from the second to the third place. Source: Times Higher Education 28/03/18
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Emerging Economies Summit to take place in Morocco

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The event will host the launch of THE’s Emerging Economies Ranking. It will be held in partnership with Mohammed V University of Rabat from 8 to 10 May 2018. There will be different presentations, panels and discussions about topics such as how public research universities can encourage further private sector investment in tertiary education or how higher education can prove the returns on national investment. It is still possible to register for the event. Source: Times Higher Education 16/03/18
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QS Subject Rankings 2018 released

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QS finally published their newest annual subject ranking. The ranking includes 48 subject fields, among them two new ones: classics & ancient history, and library & information management. Harvard university ranks first in most subjects, the second place is obtained by MIT, while Oxford University is third. The rankings are available here.
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THE to launch new innovation ranking

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THE will present a new ranking focused on universities’ impact on society to be launched in April 2019. THE has already started collecting data on university-business interactions. The ranking will be presented at the Innovation and Impact Summit that THE will hold in partnership with the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) in South Korea.     Source: Times Higher Education 14/02/18
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New: Enrollments Decline at U.S. Institutions

New: Enrollments Decline at U.S. Institutions

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There is a significant decline in applications and enrolments of international students in U.S. universities and colleges for the first time since 2003. It seems the new immigration policies of the United States make the international students think twice before coming to the U.S. to study. While they are rarely affected by the policies directly, their perception of the country as a welcoming one for students and scholars has been influenced by them.  
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