Choose Your University with THE

 Hi again! We are back with our final website for comparing universities, the Times Higher Education (THE). Both THE and QS rankings provide international world ranking for universities, but they use very different methods. For QS the most important factor seems to be academic reputation carrying a weighting of up to 40% in their ranking, whereas THE weights academic reputation at about 30%. Moreover, QS looks at faculty to student ratio, faculty citation and employer reputation, on the other hand THE uses indicators such as industry income, international outlook and research productivity. THE tends to have better methodologies than QS especially when it comes to institutions younger than 50 years old.