The Best University Ranking follows a predictable methodological structure by using five basicmeasurements that we believe effectively captures university performance.Universities are evaluated according to the following measurements:

  • Academic Reputation
  • Employer Reputation
  • Faculty/Student Ratio
  • International Faculty Ratio
  • International Student Ratio

Academic reputation (40%)

The most noteworthy weighting of any measurement is allotted to an universities AcademicReputation score. Based on our Academic Survey, it gathers expert opinion of more than 94,000people in the higher education space with respect to teaching and research quality at the world’suniversities. This measurement is the most important factor, thus, it weighs 40%.

Employer reputation (10%)

Students perceive an university degree as a methods by which they can get significant exposurein the employment market. It follows that surveying how effective universities are at providingthat preparation is essential for a ranking whose primary audience is the global student community.

Our Employer Reputation measurement is based on almost 45,000 reactions to our Employer Survey, and ask employers to recognize those universities from which they source the most skilled, creative, successful graduates.

Faculty/Student Ratio (20%)

Teaching quality is one of the most important measurements, that a student looks for in an university. We have measured the teacher/student ratio which in a way reflects the teaching quality of an university. The assessment was based on which university is able to provide students with meaningful lectures and tutors. Also the number of faculties in accordance to the number of students was assessed. This measurement has the worth of 20%.

International faculty ratio/International student ratio (5% each)

A highly international university demonstrates an ability to attract faculty and students from across the world. It suggests that an university possesses a strong international brand. It provides both students and faculties with a multinational environment, facilitating exchange of best practices and beliefs. In doing so, it provides students with global awareness and soft skills which are valuable to employers. That is why this measurement has the worth of 5% each.