1. Teaching, learning and resources
2. Research and professional practice
3. Graduation outcomes
4. Outreach and inclusivity
Interestingly, some sub parameters like public perception and earnings from patents were dropped after questions of reliability and consistency of data provided by the participating institutes. Another way to bolster the number of participating institutes was to pre-register all the institutes that were enrolled into the database in the past. In the ‘overall’ category, 957 institutes were examined for the top 100 ranks. The rankings for 2019 will be announced in April 2019. And we are looking forward to it, but it’s still a good four months away. Until then, we will focus on some of the toppers in each of the categories in our future blog posts, so students get an idea of the institutes that have top-scored and why.
Also published on Medium.