Reputation Around the world: China

Reputation has focused much on China over recent weeks with the 5 yearly National Congress of the Communist Party taking place and the bolstering of the power of President Xi Jinping.

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

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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The R-Word 2015/16: Research communications at world-class universities – Full Report

Strategies for impactful research communications was the focus of our 2015/16 World 100 annual research project; access the full report and case studies for the study here.

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The R-Word 2015/16: Research communications at world-class universities – Executive Summary

Strategies for impactful research communications was the focus of our 2015/16 World 100 annual research project; access the report summary here.

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Reputation Management 2014/15: Priorities, structures and resources in world-class universities – Full Report

In 2014/2015 we revisited our resources and structures research that we originally conducted in 2008 to see how things had developed. This time around our surveys were complemented by video interviews with four senior directors and a series of case studies from additional qualitative interviews.

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Reputation Management 2014/15: Priorities, structures and resources in world-class universities – Executive Summary

In 2014/2015 we revisited our resources and structures research that we originally conducted in 2008 to see how things had developed. This time around our surveys were complemented by video interviews with four senior directors and a series of case studies from additional qualitative interviews.

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Louise Attends Tokyo 2020 Conference

I was there to run some reputation workshops for Japanese universities keen to improve their image, and attract more international students, plus present findings of a study for the British Council in Japan on how UK universities made the most of the Olympics.

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PhD Choice Factors 2013/14 – Full Report

The World 100 2013/14 research project focused on international PhD students, and considered recruitment, use of rankings, university choice and reputational understanding. We conducted qualitative interviews with international PhDs at 21 of our member institutions across 12 countries.

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PhD Choice Factors 2013/14 – Executive Summary

The World 100 2013/14 research project focused on international PhD students, and considered recruitment, use of rankings, university choice and reputational understanding. We conducted qualitative interviews with international PhDs at 21 of our member institutions across 12 countries.

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Choice Factors in International Academic Job Change Research 2011/12: Executive Summary

Our research in 2011/12 set out to investigate the most important factors in international academic job change and the role of reputation in this process. We interviewed 51 academics in 12 world-ranked universities who had, on average, worked in three different countries.

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2015 Sydney Workshop: The Rise of Asian Universities and the Implications for the West

A workshop from Day 2 of the 2015 Sydney Conference, looking at The Rise of Asian Universities and the Implications for the West

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