The advent of a new administration in Washington DC is reportedly already fuelling an increase in applications from international students to US universities . The so-called ‘Biden Bump’ may go some way to addressing the falls in American global recruitment seen over the last few years.
Rankings Watch is a regular feature from Mark Sudbury, Head of Global Network Development, looking at activity in the university rankings. This month’s segment looks at the US News & World Report’s Best Global Universities, the last of this year’s “big four” rankings, published in late October; followed by the THE Reputation Rankings.
Day 4 of our World 100 Conference looked heavily at relationships; whether that be departmental relations, relations with government and other stakeholders, and how relationship building will manifest itself in the future.
Washington DC, Sydney, Vancouver, Manchester, Hong Kong; all places that hold great memories for members of the World 100 Reputation Network who were able to truly expand their horizons by attending our annual conference at the great universities in those cities.
The opening day of the W100 Virtual Annual Conference brought together participants from around the globe across a range of time-zones. Six conference sessions, featuring speakers from Australia, Europe and North America, grappled with some of the reputation challenges of the age.