World 100 News Archive

University of Nottingham Join World 100 Reputation Network

Posted Monday 12 July 2010 The World 100 Reputation Network is proud to announce that The University of Nottingham has joined the group. They are the eleventh member of the group, which is in its third year. Following the conference in Hong Kong, a new year of research is about to begin, with World Class Reputation Drivers the main focus. Return to the list of news...

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QS rankings reveal best of Asia attending World 100 Conference

Posted Friday 28 May 2010 QS’s recently released Asian Rankings have placed The University of Hong Kong (a World 100 Network member) in number one spot. They have retained this position from last year. The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, National University of Singapore and The Chinese University of Hong Kong ranked second, third and fourth respectively and are all involved with our conference. The University of Hong Kong are hosting the conference, and HKUST and CUHK have very kindly opened their doors to us for campus...

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LSE Join World 100 Reputation Network

Posted Wednesday 26 May 2010 The World 100 Reputation Network proudly announces that The London School of Economics and Political Science has joined the group. They are currently the tenth member of the group, which is in its third year.

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QS Ranking update

Posted Thursday 22 April 2010 QS is not personally represented at the World 100 Network international conference in Hong Kong, but they would like to clarify that the QS World University Rankings will continue to be published annually with the support of US News and World Report and other leading national media worldwide. Their basic methodology is well established, having being produced since 2004, and has met with broad acceptance worldwide. It will continue to be applied and the results have attracted over 20 million web visits a year. QS...

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Times Higher Education 2010 World University rankings

Posted Tuesday 20 April 2010 You may know that The Times Higher Education’s annual World University Rankings are changing from autumn 2010. The magazine has signed an agreement with Thomson Reuters, the research data specialist, to provide all the data for the annual rankings from 2010 and beyond. Phil Baty, the THE World Ranking’s editor says: “We are committed to publishing a more rigorous and transparent set of rankings – with a new methodology.” The THE are keen to hear from world ranked universities, so if you would like to find out more...

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