Questions Abound as the College-Rankings Race Goes Global

“… Rankings are essentially one-dimensional, since each indicator is considered independently. But in reality the indicators are interdependent. For example, older, well-endowed private universities are more likely to have better faculty-student ratios and per-student expenditures than those of newer, public institutions …” (more)

[Ellen Hazelkorn, Chronicle of Higher Education, 13 March]

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