User-driven global higher education league table, U-Multirank, has released its second annual internationalisation rankings, with just over one in 10 universities analysed achieving the top scores available in four different internationalisation metrics.
A new global higher education ranking backed by €2 million in European Union funding launches today. As well as assessing the overall performance of 850 universities worldwide, U-Multirank will enable users to create personalised rankings according to their priorities.
A new university ranking system aimed to provide a more realistic and user-friendly guide to higher education institutions – and challenge the hegemony of today's leading rankings – was launched by the European Union in Dublin last week. 500 universities from across Europe and the world are expected to take part.