QS World University Rankings
Tra il 2004 e il 2009, la classifica veniva pubblicata in collaborazione con Times Higher Education, settimanale britannico che tratta di istruzione superiore. A partire dal 2010 la collaborazione è terminata, e Times Higher Education ha cominciato a pubblicare una propria versione della classifica, Times Higher Education World University Rankings.
- ^ University rankings: which world university rankings should we trust?, The Telegraph, 2015. URL consultato il 27 gennaio 2015.
«It is a remarkably stable list, relying on long-term factors such as the number of Nobel Prize-winners a university has produced, and number of articles published in Nature and Science journals. But with this narrow focus comes drawbacks. China's priority was for its universities to “catch up” on hard scientific research. So if you’re looking for raw research power, it's the list for you. If you're a humanities student, or more interested in teaching quality? Not so much.».
- ^ Ariel Zirulnick, New world university ranking puts Harvard back on top, The Christian Science Monitor.
«Those two, as well as Shanghai Jiao Tong University, produce the most influential international university rankings out there».
- ^ Indira Samarasekera & Carl Amrhein, Top schools don't always get top marks, The Edmonton Journal (archiviato dall'url originale il 3 ottobre 2010).
«There are currently three major international rankings that receive widespread commentary: The Academic World Ranking of Universities, the QS World University Rankings and the Times Higher Education Rankings.».
- ^ Philip G. Altbach, The State of the Rankings, Inside Higher Ed, 11 novembre 2010. URL consultato il 27 gennaio 2015.
«The major international rankings have appeared in recent months — the Academic Ranking of World Universities, the QS World University Rankings, and the Times Higher Education World University Rankings (THE).».
- ^ QS World University Rankings (2019), su topuniversities.com.
- QS World University Rankings, su topuniversities.com.