International Reputation Tracker: Resources and Structures 2020 still open

The W100 International Reputation Tracker, this year’s network research project, is continuing with the survey of Resources and Structures still open for members to complete, and a new survey of global education agents now opening.

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Covid Comms: A Round-Up

Reputation management is key to the response of universities to the Covid-19 pandemic.  The W100 Network is working with members to share intelligence and experiences during this challenging period.

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Leading the Line – University communicators’ crucial role in pandemic response

Our Head of Global Network Development explores University communicators’ crucial role in pandemic response and looks at the data from our COVID19 tracker

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International Reputation Tracker pilot kicks off

The next W100 annual research project kicks off in January, with the launch of the first surveys for the International Reputation Tracker pilot. Most W100 members are taking an active role in the project to develop new ways of measuring reputation internationally beyond the rankings.

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Riding the Tiger – International Partnerships research published

W100 members recently received the final report of the 'Riding the Tiger: Enhancing the Role of Reputation in international partnerships' research project. The report reflects key findings that international partnerships provide great opportunities – often under-exploited at present – to build global profile; whilst also presenting a risk that they will turn around and bite you if partners suffer reputational damage.

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The Digital Approach Research Project 2017/2018: Resources and structures for online communications – Overall Findings

The World 100 Reputation Network set out to explore approaches to online communications at top global universities. The research explores budgets, teams, in-house capacity, outsourcing, approaches to monitoring and evaluating digital communications, policies and guidelines, internal training and more.

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The Digital Approach Research 2017/2018: Resources and structures for online communications – Executive Summary

The World 100 Reputation Network set out to explore approaches to online communications at top global universities. The research explores budgets, teams, in-house capacity, outsourcing, approaches to monitoring and evaluating digital communications, policies and guidelines, internal training and more.

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Riding The Tiger Research 2018/2019: Enhancing the role of reputation in international partnerships – Full Report

Our 2018/2019 Research project aimed to answer some key questions around the role of reputation in international partnerships. Members can download the full report here.

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The Role of Reputation in International Partnerships – Last Chance

The survey for the W100 Annual Research project on the role of reputation in international partnerships is due to close shortly; now is your last chance to get involved.

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International Partnerships research – have you responded?

The questionnaire for the W100 Research Project on the Role of Reputation in International Partnerships is still open; members are encouraged to respond as soon as possible.

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International Partnerships research questionnaire is now live

The online questionnaire aimed at Directors of International and Communications & Marketing in leading global universities which will feed into the World 100 Annual Research project on the role of reputation in international partnerships has been launched.

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The Ranking Influencers 2016/17: How academics and employers determine the best universities – Full Report

In 2016/17, The World 100 Reputation Network annual research project explored the reputation surveys that contribute to major university rankings, with a particular focus on ranking influencers: academics and employers.

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