The consensus world university rankings reveal which are the world’s top 100 universities for 2014. The consensus formula gives equal weighting to the rankings produced by 4 global ranking agencies.The formula is quite simple.For each of 4 worldwide rankings lists (QS, THE, ARWU and Webometrics), a university can score anywhere between 0 (if it is outside the […]
The consensus world university rankings for Australia put the University of Melbourne on top again in 2015.At position 39, Melbourne Uni is one of the world’s top 50 universities.The Australian National University also just makes it into the top 50.Three other Australian universities rank among the world’s top 100 universities.Generally, Australian universities have improved slightly compared […]
The consensus world university rankings for Canada places 3 universities well into the top 50 in 2014: University of Toronto, University of British Columbia, and McGill University.The trio are Canada’s genuinely elite universities.No others make the top 100, though several Canadian universities rank between 101 and 202.
The consensus world university rankings show that 6 out of 8 of New Zealand’s universities are in the top 500 in the world in 2014.The rankings indicate NZ universities are of a generally good standard.However, no universities make the top 100.The best ranked university is the University of Auckland, with a consensus ranking of 178.
UK universities feature prominently in world university rankings for 2014.The UK has 9 universities ranked in the top 100.They include the University of Cambridge at 4 and the University of Oxford at 5.Almost 1 in 10 of the world’s top 500 universities are based in the UK.
American universities and colleges fill many of the top spots in world university rankings for 2014.The 20th best United States’ university, New York University, is ranked 26 the in the world.The USA has more than 50 universities in the global top 100.World university rankings are based on prestige in academic circles and research output. The […]