World 100 News Archive

The W100 Reputation Network welcomes first Dutch members

Following the recent Discover the W100 event in Amsterdam, we are pleased to announce two new additions to the network; Utrecht University and University of Groningen have joined at research level and are our first Dutch members. We are delighted to welcome such respected and highly ranked Universities to the ever growing network. Ludo Koks, Director of Communications and Marketing, Utrecht University commented: “High quality reputation plays a crucial part in meeting ambitious goals. It is truly inspiring to share thoughts and thoroughly...

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Latest News From Korea University

Proactive KU is the official newsletter of the Office of International Affairs at Korea University. Published twice per year, its goal is to inform and update international partners, friends and supporters of KU on activities administered and sponsored by the Office of International Affairs. Find out more here.

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Overseas PhD students rely on rankings to select a university 

THE article highlights World 100 Reputation Network research in an article on PhD choice factors. Follow this link to find out more.

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The Helsinki Challenge: Who made it to the semi-final?

The University of Helsinki recently launched the Helsinki Challenge; a science-based competition which aims to find a collaborative approach to challenges that threaten the welfare state. Teams of creative thinkers from  science, business, political and media spheres are battling for the 375,000 Euro prize by devising ideas that will strengthen the welfare state. Find out who made it to the semi-final here

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Experience Japan Exhibition, 15 November, 2014

Following the success of previous years, Keio University will again host the annual Experience Japan Exhibition 2014, in collaboration with the British Council, on Saturday, 15 November,13:00 – 18:00 at the Royal Society, London. The event focuses on providing information about programmes of study offered by 19 Japanese higher education institutions. It also introduces programmes that allow young British people to experience Japan, such as the Japan Exchange and Teaching Programme (JET) and volunteer programmes as well as an expert...

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