University Ranking Systems
All well-established universities around the world are ranked by independent bodies based on various factors. There are three main global university ranking systems that are internationally recognized and accepted: the Q.S. World University Rankings, the Academic Ranking of World Universities and the Times Higher Education World University Rankings.
The difference in each of these rankings is that they judge universities based on different criteria. These rankings can be for the university, or for any particular subject taught at the university. If one University is ranked high for Law, it may or may not have an overall high ranking. These rankings depend on multiple factors like the university’s previous research output, the faculty, the international committee, student to faculty ratio, employability offers and global reputation. Choose your preferred university ranking system wisely.