Times Higher Education World Reputation Ranking 2012
“We have moved up a further six places in the Reputation Ranking, which shows that we are on the right track,” says LMU President Professor Bernd Huber. “A university’s international standing is very important, because only highly reputed institutions can compete successfully for the best students and faculty.”
The Times Higher Education World Reputation Ranking 2012 is based on a global survey of established researchers and scholars. In all, 17,554 experts from 137 countries took part in the survey. This year’s Reputation Ranking is the largest and most comprehensive assessment of the relative stature of universities yet carried out. The survey evaluates two of the 13 performance criteria that form the basis for the Times Higher Education World University Rankings. The format allows assessors to designate the universities they regard as world or regional leaders in their own specific fields.
For further information on the World Reputation Ranking, see: http://www.timeshighereducation.co.uk/world-university-rankings/