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TIMES英国排名 2011 to 2021 详细图表
《泰晤士高等教育世界大学排名》（英文：Times Higher Education World University Rankings）为一私人机构所发行之《泰晤士高等教育》周刊所为之世界大学排名。此周刊原本与QS公司合作，于2004-2009年期间联合推出《泰晤士高等教育-QS世界大学排名》，后于2010年拆伙，改与路透社及近期的爱思唯尔合作发表排名。发展至今，此排行榜囊括了世界综合、学科、声誉，以及亚洲及金砖五国两个地区性榜单。
Mostly relevant for science, engineering, business and technology subjects, this factor is increasingly becoming a priority for universities and students. It indicates the commercial impact of an institution’s research, which is itself a reflection of the industrial value of the research.
The industry income indicator is of fundamental importance if you prioritise the real-world application of the science and technology research.
For any student and any subject, the most directly relevant factor is the teaching environment: what it is like to learn at the university.
The rankings are based on a strong belief that the quality of teaching at a university is itself predicated on the quality of its research: knowledge production and knowledge transfer at the university.
For this reason, the Teaching metric is measured by five performance indicators: a reputation survey, the ratio of staff to students, the ratio of doctorate students to undergraduate students, the number of doctorates awarded per academic staff, and institutional income.
These give a good indication of the prestige, facilities and resources of the teaching environment, all of which would have a direct impact on you, the student.
The ultimate test of the quality of research is its impact, for all research aims to be influential and important.
In the rankings, the research influence of a university is measured by the number of times that work by an academic at that university is cited by another scholar.
The effect of research influence on your university experience is similar to the effect of research quality. The greater the number of citations of a university’s work, the more likely that you will engage with scholars who are leading and expanding the discussions in the field.
Put more romantically, research impact is a reflection of how much an institution contributes to the worldwide project for collective and collaborative understanding of the world. This contribution is a both a measure of quality at a university, and a source of pride for both academics and students.
Universities are no longer compared just with rivals in their own city, or even their own country; world-leading universities are competing globally and attracting students and researchers from across the world.
International outlook is therefore a mark of a top institution, relevant both to international and domestic students.
It is measured by three indicators: international to domestic student ratio, international to domestic staff ratio, and the proportion of research that involves international collaboration.
The benefits of an international environment on campus range from cultivating open-minded discussions with diverse opinions to improving cross-cultural relations.
But at a more basic level, an isolated institution without international connections simply cannot count itself among the world’s best universities in an increasingly global and mobile world.
|wdt_ID||Ranking Year||UK Rank||World Rank||Name||No. of FTE Students||No. of students per staff||International Students||Male Ratio||Female Ratio||Overall||Teaching||Research||Citations||Industry Income||International Outlook|
|1||2021||1||1||University of Oxford||20,774||11.1||41.0||46||54||95.6||91.3||99.6||98.0||68.7||96.4|
|2||2021||2||6||University of Cambridge||19,370||11.0||38.0||47||53||94.0||90.3||99.2||95.6||52.1||95.7|
|3||2021||3||11||Imperial College London||17,176||11.6||58.0||39||61||89.4||82.3||88.2||97.2||69.6||97.4|
|5||2021||5||27||London School of Economics and Political Science||10,660||12.0||72.0||54||46||81.4||68.5||82.5||94.3||34.1||92.8|
|6||2021||6||30||University of Edinburgh||30,649||12.1||42.0||60||40||79.4||67.2||74.7||96.0||38.7||94.6|
|7||2021||7||35||King’s College London||27,400||12.4||46.0||62||38||76.1||57.3||72.4||96.6||43.6||95.4|
|8||2021||8||51||University of Manchester||36,557||14.4||41.0||53||47||70.9||57.1||66.5||85.6||49.2||91.7|
|9||2021||9||77||University of Warwick||21,777||13.3||41.0||49||51||65.3||46.7||53.8||90.1||41.6||94.0|
|10||2021||10||91||University of Bristol||22,981||14.5||28.0||55||45||63.0||40.3||48.6||95.6||39.8||88.2|
|Ranking Year||UK Rank||World Rank||Name|
|2||Anglia Ruskin University ARU||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||0|
|5||Birkbeck, University of London||152||149||200||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||501|
|6||Birmingham City University||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||1,001||0||0||1,001|
|8||Brighton and Sussex Medical School||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||0|
|9||Brunel University London||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||0|
|10||Canterbury Christ Church University||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||1,001||1,001||1,001||3,003|
|wdt_ID||Rank||University||Location||City||Country||Year||Overall Score||Academic Reputation||Citations per Faculty||Employer Reputation||Faculty Student||International Faculty||International Students|
|1||1||Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)||Cambridge,United States||Cambridge||United States||2020||100.0||94.1||100.0||100.0||99.8||100||100|
|2||2||Stanford University||Stanford,United States||Stanford||United States||2020||98.4||67.7||99.8||100.0||98.6||100||100|
|3||3||Harvard University||Cambridge,United States||Cambridge||United States||2020||97.4||62.2||86.3||98.7||99.6||100||100|
|4||4||University of Oxford||Oxford,United Kingdom||Oxford||United Kingdom||2020||97.2||98.5||99.7||100.0||84.7||100||100|
|5||5||California Institute of Technology (Caltech)||Pasadena,United States||Pasadena||United States||2020||96.9||87.3||99.4||100.0||100.0||98||81|
|6||6||ETH Zurich – Swiss Federal Institute of Technology||Zürich,Switzerland||Zürich||Switzerland||2020||95.9||98.0||100.0||85.0||98.4||98||97|
|7||7||University of Cambridge||Cambridge,United Kingdom||Cambridge||United Kingdom||2020||95.0||97.6||100.0||100.0||74.2||100||100|
|8||8||UCL||London,United Kingdom||London||United Kingdom||2020||94.8||100.0||99.1||98.1||76.7||99||99|
|9||9||Imperial College London||London,United Kingdom||London||United Kingdom||2020||94.1||100.0||100.0||99.8||72.1||99||100|
|10||10||University of Chicago||Chicago,United States||Chicago||United States||2020||92.0||81.0||70.2||96.5||78.5||100||94|
|Avg = 5.5|
|Min = 1|