Два українських університети посіли місце у світовому рейтингу університетів QS World University – Rankings by Subject
Шостий випуск предметного рейтингу QS World University Rankings by Subject, опублікованого сьогодні на TopUniversities.com, охоплює рекордні 42 дисципліни, що робить його найбільшим рейтингом у цьому аспекті. Українські виші згадуються у таблиці двічі – вперше за всю історію існування рейтингу.
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Two Ukrainian universities newly place in largest-ever world subject rankings
Tchaikovsky National Academy of Music in world’s top 100
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London, 22nd March 2016: The sixth edition of theQS World University Rankings by Subject, released today onTopUniversities.com, features a record-breaking 42 disciplines, making it the largest-ever world subject rankings. Ukrainian universities feature twice in these tables, making it the first time ever that they have featured in QS’s World Subject Rankings.
The most noteworthy success this year for Ukrainian universities comes from the Tchaikovsky National Academy of Music (Kiev Conservatory). It ranks in QS’s first-ever Performing Arts ranking, in the 51-100 category. In doing so, it can rank itself among regional peers like Hungary’s Liszt Academy of Music and Russia’s Moscow P. I. Tchaikovsky Conservatory in being one of the world’s top-100 places to study Performing Arts.
Ukraine’s other placed subject comes in Mathematics; the Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv ranks in the 301-400 category. In joining the rankings this year, Ukraine becomes one of 60 countries worldwide that are home to universities recognized by QS as providing a world-class education in one or more subjects.
Theexpert opinion of 76,798 academics and 44,426 employers informed the results, alongside the analysis of 28.5 million research papers and over 113 million citations sourced from the Scopus/Elsevier bibliometric database.
Harvard and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) continue to dominate, leading in 24 subjects between them. Each takes twelve leading positions.
In the six new disciplines ranked, Harvard University leads the Universities of Oxford and Cambridge in Anthropology, while Cambridge leads Oxford and University College London (UCL) in Archaeology. Juilliard tops the table for Performing Arts; it isfollowed by the University of Performing Arts Vienna. Colorado School of Mines tops Mineral Engineering while MIT takes the second spot. University of Pennsylvania leads Nursing, followed by Johns Hopkins University and the University of Toronto. Harvard, London School of Economics, and the University of Oxford take the top three spots for Social Policy and Administration. Nine of the thirty-six rankings published last year have new leaders.
Ben Sowter, Head of the QS Intelligence Unit, said: “Though the US and UK remain dominant, our most inclusive rankings yet show that excellence can be found in an ever-increasing number of places. Nations like Austria, South Africa, Finland, Brazil, China, and Sweden can be found in the top ten of our tables. Our new top 100 for Performing Arts acknowledges academic excellence in 27 different countries, while our top 100 for Mineral Engineering recognises it in 26.”
QS Quacquarelli Symonds have been providing expert insight and analysis for both the higher education and the business sector since 1990. TheirQS World University Rankingsare the world’s most popular based on Alexa data and other social media metrics. Their annual World University Rankings by Subject provide employers, students, parents, and academics with the most comprehensive insight into global university performance at the subject level. They can be found in their entiretyhere.
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Notes for editors:
|Subject||2016 Winner||2015 Winner|
|Accounting & Finance||Harvard||Harvard|
|Agriculture & Forestry||Wageningen University||University of California, Davis|
|Archaeology||University of Cambridge||New|
|Architecture/Built Environment||MIT||The Bartlett School of Architecture
at University College London
|Art & Design||Royal College of Art||Royal College of Art|
|Business & Management||Harvard||London Business School|
|Communication & Media Studies||University of Southern California||University of Southern California|
|Dentistry||University of Hong Kong||Karolinska Institute|
|Development Studies||Harvard||Sussex University|
|Earth & Marine Sciences||ETH Zurich||ETH Zurich|
|Economics & Econometrics||MIT||MIT|
|Education||UCL Institute of Education||UCL Institute of Education|
|Engineering – Chemical||MIT||MIT|
|Engineering – Civil and Structural||MIT||MIT|
|Engineering – Electrical & Electronic||MIT||MIT|
|Engineering – Mechanical||MIT||MIT|
|Engineering – Mining and Mineral||Colorado School of Mines||New|
|English Language and Literature||University of Oxford||University of Cambridge|
|Environmental Sciences||University of California, Berkeley||University of California, Berkeley|
|Geography||University of Oxford||University of Oxford|
|History||Universities of Oxford & Cambridge||Harvard|
|Mathematics||University of Cambridge||Harvard|
|Modern Languages||University of Oxford||University of Oxford|
|Nursing||University of Pennsylvania||New|
|Pharmacy & Pharmacology||Harvard||Harvard|
|Philosophy||University of Pittsburgh||New York University|
|Physics & Astronomy||MIT||MIT|
|Politics & International Studies||Harvard||Harvard|
|Social Policy & Administration||Harvard||New|
|Statistics & Operational Research||MIT||Stanford University|
|Veterinary Science||University of California, Davis||University of California Davis|
Figures at a snapshot:
QS World University Rankings by Subject
Since 2011, QS has extended the scope of the world’s rankings to include the evaluation of 42 individual disciplines. The methodology utilizes adaptive weightings for the four criteria, to take into account the differences among disciplines. Details of the methodology can be found athttp://www.iu.qs.com/university-rankings/subject-tables/
The rankings are based on research citations, alongside reputational surveys of over 121,000 academics and graduate employers worldwide.
|Universities selected by academics in at least one subject||4,226|
|Institutions ranked in at least one subject||2,691|
|Within published range in at least one subject||945|
|Within top 200 in at least one subject||774|
|Within top 100 in at least one subject||551|
|Within top 50 in at least one subject||347|
|Research paper attributions counted||28.5m|
|Citation attributions counted||113m|
|Total survey responses (academics and employers)||121,024|
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QS has been conducting research in a range of areas since 1990 beginning with a global survey of MBA employers. The QS World University Rankings®, the most established of the range of research projects that QS operates, have been in existence since 2004. To meet the increasing public interest for comparative data on universities and organisations, and the growing demand for institutions to develop deeper insight into their competitive environment, the QS Intelligence Unit (QSIU) was formed in 2008 as a distinct and autonomous department. Committed to the key values of rigorous integrity, unique insight, undeniable value and accessible presentation, QSIU strives to be the most trusted independent source of global intelligence on the higher education sector.
Sowter is the Head of Research at QS, QS Intelligence Unit. He holds a BSc in Computer Science from the University of Nottingham, where he was also awarded the Union Prize for outstanding contribution to the student union and served as chairman of the Nottingham University Debating Society. Ben is fully responsible for the operational management of all major QS research projects and is actively involved in all the collection, compilation and tabulation of all the data that lead to, amongst others, the World University Rankings research in which he has been involved since its initial inception in 2004. A frequent contributor to the press, Ben’s opinion on global education trends and his expertise is used regularly by major global publications.
Scopus is the largest abstract and citation database of peer-reviewed literature and features tools to track, analyze and visualize scholarly research. Its comprehensive database contains 55+ million items indexed from 21,000 titles from more than 5,000 publishers worldwide, ensuring broad interdisciplinary coverage in the fields of science, technology, medicine, social sciences and arts and humanities. Scopus was designed and developed with input from researchers and librarians and features direct links to subscribed full-text articles, other library resources and interoperability with applications such as reference management software. Scopus is part of the Elsevier Research Intelligence portfolio which includes the SciVal tools, the Pure system, rich data assets and custom Analytical Services.
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