Global Gage & Times Higher Education University Rankings

Global Gage  (British Council)  – ” While the United States is in many ways the leader in international education for all of the foreign students it attracts each year, the U.S. came in sixth in the study, which ranked Germany above other nations for a range of policies. The U.S. loses points for, among other things, lacking policies to support its students abroad, and failing to have a national system of quality control for branch campuses opened by U.S. institutions abroad.”

Times Higher Education – “The Times Higher survey is based on answers from 13,388 academics — with an average of 16 years of experience and more than 50 research papers — who were asked to rank the top universities in their fields based on both teaching and research. The United States did better in this survey, with 7 of the top 10 universities and 13 of the top 20, including Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, in the first and second slots, respectively.”

IHE – Global Comparison of Universities – March 10 2011

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