After having conducted expansive research by contacting 1600 institutes and over 9000 recruiters around the world, Youth Inc has ranked the top 100 universities in the world to pursue an undergraduate programme
Welcome to the Youth Incorporated, Education Times and Rediff.com Global University Rankings 2015. Continuing with our yearly rankings for the best global universities, we have conducted widespread research work spanning several months to sort through extensive raw data and bring out a finished analysis that is practical and can be helpful in the selection process for students looking to enrol in the top programmes the world over. We got in touch with 1600 institutes to gauge their responses to dispassionate questions that would assist us in evaluating the quality of the educational experience provided by them. We also considered the responses from the current students attending the universities along with official responses from their respective administrative bodies. We also thought that in order to make our rankings most relevant and credible it was important that we accumulated responses from alumni of the institutes. In addition, we procured information from 9000 recruiters that have previously recruited graduates from the institutes considered in the surveys.
To head the new company, IE has tapped VanDyck Silveira, former CEO and President of Grupo Ibmec, which focused on high-end for‐profit education and ranking as one of the top universities in Brazil. Silveira was also previously Business Development Director at Duke Corporate Education, the executive education unit of Duke University. Silveira was responsible for several entries in emerging markets and also for programs in EMEA which blended education and execution.
"Management happens within context, not within a cookie-cutter model," says #ftiecla CEO Vandyck Silveira #management
The fourth annual Emerging-Trendence Global Employability Ranking organizes the world’s top 150 universities according to surveys of 2,500 international recruiters in 20 countries, with the most responses coming from the United States, China, Japan and Britain.
The days of ivory towers are over. According to a ground-breaking survey of what recruiters of major companies are looking for in university systems round the world, the only clouds tomorrow’s graduates are to have their heads in are i-clouds. Their feet, meanwhile, should be firmly planted in their field of expertise as a result of practical training and internships. Employability is the no.1 criterion recruiters look at when choosing a university according to 37.1% of respondents.
For the fourth year running, French Human Resources consultancy Emerging has joined forces with German polling institute Trendence to interview 4,500 recruiters in 20 different countries and produce a global picture with a unique ranking of today’s best universities in terms of the employability of graduates, while also obtaining an enlightening vision of tomorrow’s university. This ranking differs from others by focusing less on academic achievement in terms of research and development, more on the working skills of graduates, and by covering a considerably wider range of countries. It is a valuable tool for employers, but also for educational establishments and students.
London Business School is top of the 2014 FT ranking of European business schools, regaining the position it last held in 2005. LBS pushed the 2013 joint winners HEC Paris and Spain’s IE Business School into second and third places respectively.
LBS tops the ranking of the best 81 business schools in Europe based on the schools’ performance in four of the rankings published by the FT each year: MBA, executive MBA (EMBA), masters in management (MiM) and executive education. (Two schools tied for 80th position with identical scores.)
The BC3, Basque Centre for Climate Change, has been ranked second place in the Climate Think Tank Ranking, ahead of 293 public and private organisations working in the field of climate change economics and policy.
BC3 es un centro de investigación multidisciplinar que fue creado en 2008 en el marco del programa BERC del Gobierno Vasco y apoyado por la Universidad del País Vasco, con el objetivo de fomentar la excelencia en la investigación a largo plazo de las causas y consecuencias del cambio climático.
KPMG has created The Green Tax Index to increase awareness of the complex, fragmented and rapidly evolving green tax landscape worldwide. It aims to encourage companies to explore the opportunities of green tax incentives, and to reduce exposure to green tax penalties.
. IE University holds the No. 29
position worldwide and No. 6 in Europe in the Education Times &
Youth Inc. Global University Rankings 2013.
· IE University is also
positioned No. 8 worldwide for university business programs, No. 7 for
innovation in teaching, and No. 10 for campus facilities.
· IE University and Pompeu Fabra at No. 94, are the only two Spanish universities to make the ranking
IE University holds the No. 6 position
in Europe and No. 29 worldwide in the ranking of universities drawn up
by Youth Incorporated and the education supplement of Times of India,
“Education Times”, which has one of largest circulations on the planet.
IE University has climbed 8 positions
since the previous ranking, to become a leading university both in
Europe and worldwide. Youth Incorporated sees IE University as eighth in
the world in terms of university business programs, and tenth in terms
of campus facilities. It also places IE University in seventh position
worldwide for innovation in teaching, three places higher than last
IE University and Pompeu Fabra
University, which holds the No. 94 position, are the only two Spanish
universities that made the ranking...
A new university ranking system, U-Multirank, was officially launched by the European Union (EU) in Dublin on Wednesday, bringing a new and broader approach to the assessment of universities throughout the world.
Some 500 universities worldwide are expected to sign up to U-Multirank, and the first results will be published in early 2014.
U-Multirank will rate universities in five separate areas: reputation for research, quality of teaching and learning, international orientation, success in knowledge transfer – such as partnerships with businesses, and start-ups – and contribution to regional growth.
The aim, said Androulla Vassiliou, the European commissioner for education, is to give students and institutions a clear picture of their performance across a range of important areas.
Until now university rankings have placed “disproportionate” weight on research excellence, she said.
Brussels has proposed a funding allocation of €2 million (US$2.7 million) from the EU’s Lifelong Learning Programme in 2013-14, with the possibility of a further two years of seed funding in 2015-16
The king is dead long live the king. The 2012 FT European business schools ranking, now in its ninth year, marks the end of an era. The European crown, which has belonged to HEC Paris of France for the past six years, has been seized by IE Business School of Spain. IE now tops the group of 80 European schools.
The ranking is based on the indexed scores achieved by schools this year in five rankings – those for MBAs, executive MBAs, masters in management and open and custom executive education (see Key and methodology). Indexed scores reflect a school’s standing among its European peers.
Both quality and quantity are required to reach the top. IE Business School is now included in all five rankings, having participated in the master in management ranking for the first time in 2012, reaching sixth place.
The top spot in the European schools ranking reflects IE’s strong performances across the range, notably third in the MBA ranking.
“IE Business School is outstanding for the international environment, the personal development and coaching one receives,” says Larissa Dornbach, a 2008 MBA graduate from Germany and now a senior manager...
Bad rules breed corruption. Cutting them costs nothing
SINCE 2003 the International Finance Corporation (IFC) and the World
Bank have been tracking the business-friendliness of government rules
around the world. Things are looking up. Nearly all regions are catching
up with the best practices seen in the richest countries.
This matters for many reasons. One is that onerous rules breed
corruption. For as many countries as it can, the IFC plots its own
measures of the regulatory burden against perceived levels of
corruption, as ranked by Transparency International, a pressure group.
As the chart shows, the more rules impede business, the more incentive
businessfolk have to bribe them away. Lighter rules mean less baksheesh. They also mean a larger formal economy and a wider tax base.