Times Higher Education’s global reputation rankings are being eagerly analysed, both in Asia and around the world, after their release at the British Council’s Japan Global Education Dialogue on 6 March 2014.
Beginning that process, Dr Halima Begum, the British Council’s Director of Education in East Asia, was joined in this podcast by THE editor-at-large Mr Phil Baty and Professor Anne Pakir, Director of the International Relations Office at top-25-ranked institution, the National University of Singapore.
The panel reflects on the rise of Asian institutions, the development of new metrics to capture different forms of excellence that mitigate the advantages enjoyed by legacy universities including Harvard and Yale, the benefits of the 'tyranny of the English language' in rankings calculations, and the positive effect of rankings on economic planning in both mature and developing countries.
To listen to this podcast, visit https://soundcloud.com/#britishcouncil/times-higher-education-reputation-rankings
For more information on this event, visit: http://www.britishcouncil.org/education/ihe/events/reputation-management