Saturday, 10 March 2007

World University Rankings: Rankings and text

We have posted on numerous occasions about how students should use University rankings as a starting point when deciding which University to study at (concentrating on economics).

As a help I have included the following in the side bar:

Shanghai Jiao Tong University World University Rankings
The Newsweek Top 100 Universities
The Times UK University Ranking 2007
and
UK Options University Guide (includes numerous links)

Although I believe that this is enough information for most if you would like more information then check:



Book Description
Based on the Times Higher - QS World University Rankings, this
is the definitive guide to the top universities around the world.

League table ranks the top 200 universities in the world, plus detailed
profiles of the top 100 universities, including student assessments of what
life is like at each university

League tables rank performance of the 100 top universities by principal
subject areas: Arts & Humanities, Engineering & IT, Medical Sciences,
Natural Sciences, Social Sciences.

Directory of over 500 of the best universities in the world along with
their ranking position in each of the principal subject areas.

Reviews of the top ten study destination countries, with a detailed look at
government grants and subsidies for overseas students, types of
institution, entry requirements, cost of living, student life and much
more.

Expert advice on how to choose and apply for the best course at the right
university, and an overview of employment opportunities.

Detailed help and advice on study costs, financing and scholarships

Synopsis
Based on the "Times Higher - QS World University Rankings", this is the definitive guide to the top universities around the world League table ranks the top 200 universities in the world, plus detailed profiles of the top 100 universities, including student assessments of what life is like at each university. League tables rank performance of the 100 top universities by principal subject areas: Arts and Humanities, Engineering and IT, Medical Sciences, Natural Sciences, Social Sciences. This title gives expert advice on how to choose and apply for the best course at the right university, and an overview of employment opportunities. It includes reviews of the top ten study destination countries, with a detailed look at government grants and subsidies for overseas students, types of institution, entry requirements, cost of living, student life and much more. It offers detailed help and advice on study costs, financing and scholarships. It includes a directory of over 500 of the best universities in the world along with their ranking position in each of the principal subject areas.

2 comments:

jerry said...

This is a great post. I just had one of the ‘Doh!’ moments and ran back to correct my own site before publishing my comment. You see my own comment form did not match what I’m about to advice. I get less comment than you, so never noticed any problem. I’ve changed it now anyway so here goes.

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jerry said...

This is a great post. I just had one of the ‘Doh!’ moments and ran back to correct my own site before publishing my comment. You see my own comment form did not match what I’m about to advice. I get less comment than you, so never noticed any problem. I’ve changed it now anyway so here goes.

study abroad