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QS Top Universities

QS links high achievers from the graduate, MBA and executive communities around the world with leading business schools, postgraduate departments at universities and with employers, through websites, events, e-guides and technical solutions. QS organizes the largest business education events in the world, the QS World MBA Tour, the QS World Executive MBA Tour and the leading postgraduate studies information event, the QS World Grad School Tour, amongst an extensive product range including print and online publications and software solutions. QS is the leading global career and education network for ambitious professionals looking to further their personal and professional development. With extensive contacts in the field of higher education, industry expertise and experience gives the flexibility to adapt to the needs of prospective clients. At QS believe that education and career decisions are too important to leave to chance, so QS wants to ensure candidates have access to the best tools and the best independent expert information before making a decision. Ambition is to be the world’s leading media, events and software company in the higher education field.

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    • June 2017
      Source: QS Top Universities
      Uploaded by: Alexey Lopatin
      Accessed On: 19 June, 2017
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      Rankings for over 950 different universities from more than 80 countries. The QS World University Rankings is a methodological framework, compiled using six simple metrics that effectively capture university performance. QS World University Ranking aims to ensure that year-on-year comparisons remain valid, and that unnecessary volatility is minimized. Thus, universities continue to be evaluated according to the following six metrics: Academic Reputation (40%); Employer Reputation (10%); Faculty/Student Ratio (20%); Citations per faculty (20%); International Faculty Ratio (5%); International Student Ratio (5%).  Faculty area normalization was introduced in 2015 to ensure that institutions specializing in Life Sciences and Natural Sciences were not unduly advantaged.