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QS is one of the world's most prominent sources of news about the higher education sector, with Alexa.com data ranking them as one of the world's top 5000 websites by pageviews and visits. As a consequence, QS enjoy widespread coverage by the world's major media when they release new research. Particularly notable coverage can be found on this page.

 

 

Focus Taiwan News Channel, 23 May, 2011

NTU ranked 21st among top 100 universities in Asia

Eleven Taiwan universities, including National Taiwan University (NTU) , have been rated by the United Kingdom-based QS education network as among Asia's top 100 universities.

Full story here

The Telegraph, 2 June, 2011

Spending cuts 'risk damaging universities' global standing'

University spending cuts risk damaging Britain’s global standing in the arts and humanities, it was claimed today.

International league tables show only Oxford and Cambridge currently perform among the world’s elite in the provision of key academic subjects.

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The China Post, 5 April, 2011

NTU shines in world university rankings for technical subjects

National Taiwan University (NTU) is the only higher education institute in Taiwan to be included in the Top 200 World University Rankings for technical subjects in all categories. Full story here

The Star, 10 April, 2011

USM is in the top 20

UNIVERSITI Sains Malaysia (USM) is the 19th best varsity for Chemical Engineering in Asia, according to the inaugural QS World University Rankings for technical subjects. Full story here

Straits Times, 5 April, 2011

NUS scores high in engineering rankings

SEVENTH-BEST university in the world for civil engineering. That accolade is another feather in the education cap for the National University of Singapore (NUS), which also scored highly in other engineering disciplines and computer science, in a ranking exercise of global universities. Full story here

The Hindu, 25 March, 2011

Perspective matters

Lists of university rankings should benefit users, not those who publish them. The QS World University Rankings have been viewed by an estimated 50,000,000 people since publication in September 2010. Full opinion piece here

 

Bloomberg Businessweek, March 10, 2011

Future bodes well for MBA hiring

MBAs should be heartened by the findings of a new report, which predicts that hiring in the finance and consulting sector should return to pre-recession levels beginning in 2012.

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New York Times, February 27, 2011

Women gaining on men in MBA ambitions

More women than ever are hoping to get into business school, potentially bringing gender equality to a once male-dominated field, a survey of M.B.A.-program hopefuls suggests. Full story here

 

BBC News, 8 September, 2010

Cambridge knocks Harvard off top of university table

Cambridge University has come top of an international university rankings table, knocking Harvard off top spot. The US university, which had topped the rankings by careers advice company QS since 2004, slips to second place. The QS rankings assess university research quality, graduate employability, teaching commitment and international commitment.

Full story here

 

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