QS World University Rankings 2023: International Trade Rankings results table (excel)

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The QS International Trade Rankings, in partnership with the Hinrich Foundation, explore programmes that upskill their students for a career in international trade, using criteria that rates universities on programme content, innovative teaching practices, and how universities get students ready for employment. These new rankings have been made possible by The Hinrich Foundation, a philanthropic organisation working to advance mutually beneficial and sustainable global trade through research and education. The Hinrich Foundation offers research and teaching materials to aid the strengthening of global trade education as well as grants and scholarships to support candidates.

 

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