With over 1,000 universities and 42,000 colleges, the Indian higher education system has witnessed tremendous growth since the nation’s independence and is now one of the largest in the world. Supported by a forward-looking and ambitious government policy, the country is uniquely positioned to educate the young people at the frontline of solving world challenges.
We are thrilled to welcome two new members to the QS Global Rankings Advisory Board – an independent panel who advise QS on the development and impact of our rankings portfolio. University of Cambridge student Stella Wernicke and Dr Sebastian Kahlert, Sustainability Manager at ETH Zurich in Switzerland, join a diverse membership of 39 experts
The QS Online MBA Rankings: Asia-Pacific 2023 are now live! The leading online MBA programmes are reviewed regionally for the first time this year – eight institutions are ranked in the QS Online MBA Rankings: Asia-Pacific 2023 across four indicators: ‘Class Experience’, ‘Class Profile’, ‘Employability’ and ‘Faculty and Teaching’. The Australian Graduate School of Management
Following a period of sustained growth in international student numbers, buoyed by enabling policy and a welcoming environment pre- and post-pandemic, the UK’s continued success may now be under threat. Divisive rhetoric from politicians, unhelpful policy changes, cost of living crises at home and abroad, and aggressive recruitment strategies from other countries are all combining
QS Best Student Cities 2024, our annual rankings have returned – bringing forth the world’s top cities for studying abroad. The 11th edition features a total of 160 cities, up from 140 ranked last year – The factors that are considered when determining the QS Best Student Cities ranking, and which are given an equal