‘Global university rankings data are flawed’ – HEPI

By Brendan O’Malley – in University World News.

Governments and institutions should ignore leading international university rankings because they are “unreliable” and “methodologically flawed” and fail to identify the ‘best’ universities in the world, according to a new analysis by the United Kingdom higher education think tank, the Higher Education Policy Institute or HEPI. But ranking organisations say they are constantly working on improvements.



Povl Tiedemann
December 2016


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