The THE World University Rankings provide overall world top 200 rankings, banded lists of a further 200 "best of the rest" universities, top 50 institutions by subject (engineering & technology, arts & humanities, clinical, pre-clinical & health, life sciences, physical sciences, social sciences), rankings by region.
Methodology uses 13 performance indicators, grouped into the following 5 areas:
"902 universities from 54 different countries. The Leiden Ranking is based on Web of Science data. All universities worldwide with more than 1000 fractionally counted Web of Science indexed core publications in the period 2012–2015 are included in the ranking."
Compares the performances of universities across 5 dimensions:
(1) teaching and learning
(3) knowledge transfer
(4) international orientation
(5) regional engagement
Bibliometric analysis is based on the Web of Science dataset and is provided by the CWTS (Centre for Science and Technology Studies) at Leiden University.
The QS World University Rankings currently considers over 2,000 and evaluates over 700 universities in the world, ranking the top 400.
Shanghai Jiao Tong University Academic Ranking of World Universities first published in June 2003 by the Center for World-Class Universities and the Institute of Higher Education of Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China, and then updated on an annual basis.
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