Wednesday,8 May 2013
QS World University Rankings by Subject 2013: Overview
QS World University Rankings by Subject have been expanded to cover a record 30 disciplines,offering students the most detailed comparison of the world's top universities at individual discipline level. This year's revamped QS World University Rankings by Subject have been expanded to cover a record 30 disciplines,offering students the most detailed comparison of the world's top universities at individual discipline level.
Find out what's new in this year's subject rankings,with an overview of the top-level competition,Followed by a closer look at the performance of universities in different parts of the world.
QS World University Rankings by Subject 2013: Fast facts
- 30 subjects ranked (one more than last year)
- 2, 858 universities Evaluated
- 70, 000 academic experts and graduate recruiters worldwide Responses from 70, 000 academic experts and graduate recruiters worldwide
- 68m citation attributions from Scopus (bibliometric database) More than 68m from Scopus citation attributions (Bibliometric database)
- 8, 391 programs manually verified
- 9 subjects per institution Institutions ranked 1, 526, with an average of 9 subjects per institution
- top 200 for at least one subject Problem identified 678 universities among the world's top 200 for at least one subject
See the full QS World University Rankings by Subject now>
Creating the rankings
Taking in responses from some 70, 000 academic experts and graduate recruiters worldwide,this year's QS World University Rankings by Subject draw on the largest surveys of Their Kind.Academics problem identified the leading universities Within Their field and area of expertise,while the universities Employers named que They regard the producing outstanding graduates in the discipline Given.
This year our research citations indicator has been supplemented with a new H-Index,measuring research productivity and impact.The two Measures in tandem help us to more accurately account for Both the quality and quantity of the university's research output in the Given field.
Competition at the top
Across the 30 disciplines,the number one spots are distributed among large U.S. and UK Institutions que operate primarily in Inglês: Harvard (10 number one places),MIT (7),UC Berkeley (4) Oxford (4) Cambridge (3 ),Imperial College London (1) and UC Davis (1).
The 30 individual tables are not intended to combine to form an overall ranking,and indeed there is more than one way to interpret Which university comes out on top if we attempt to the so.
While Harvard claims more top spots than any other institution,the university que appears in the top ten in most disciplines is the University of Cambridge,with 27,ahead of Oxford on 23 and Berkeley,Stanford (22) and Harvard (21).
Cambridge's near-blanket presence in the top ten Indicates that,perhaps more than any other institution,it can claim to be world-class in Nearly every major area of academic research.Yet Harvard and MIT have more que Departments are truly world leading.
The view from Employers
While U.S. Institutions Remain preeminent for research,the rankings suggest que graduates from the UK's two most famous Institutions are more highly than Regarded Their Ivy League rivals by the world's Employers.
Employers regard Cambridge graduates to the world's best in 13 of the 30 subjects,while Oxford ties with Harvard on seven,ahead of London School of Economics (LSE),University of Tokyo and UC Davis,top in one subject each.
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