The World Ranking of Universities 2020 by Times Higher Education (THE), includes nearly 1,400 universities in 92 countries, making it the largest and most diverse university ranking in the world. day
The classification of THE performs an evaluation of various criteria taking into account parameters such as the number of doctorates awarded each year by academic staff or the reputation of the teacher for awarding points to institutions around the world.
Sunday, September 15, 2019 ((rezonodwes.com)) – The table of the world ranking of Universities 2019-2020, is based on 13 carefully calibrated performance indicators, specified THE ( Times Higher Education ) emphasizing that in order to arrive at this classification, the performance of an institution in the fields of teaching, research, knowledge transfer and the international perspective were taken into consideration.
The only universities to be independently audited by the professional services firm Price water house Coopers are those recognized worldwide by students, teachers, governments, and industry experts , admitted THE pursuing that this year's rankings 2019-2020, provides an overview in the balance of power balance of global higher education.
The University of Oxford (United Kingdom) has been chosen as the best institution of higher education in the world, chaining for four consecutive years at the top of the ranking published Friday by the prestigious British magazine Times Higher Education (THE).
None of the Haitian public or private universities, including the many highly qualified graduates who have shone most often elsewhere, are mentioned in this reference list. However, Venezuela whose government Maduro, is very frowned upon by more than fifty administrations including that of President Jovenel Moise (Haiti), has at least two of its Universities in the 2020 ranking. Simón Bolívar University and University of the Andes of Venezuela, it receives for 2020, about 42.198 students, while the Haitian state has so far found no way to fit as many bachelors in public faculties or allocate scholarships for studies in the private university sector.
As far as Latin America is concerned, Brazil is the country with the highest number of universities on the list with 10 of the 17 new centers in Latin America and 46 of the 101 representatives in the region.
In the 2020 ranking, the other British center at the top of the table, the University of Cambridge goes down to third place and now stands in second place California Institute of Technology (Caltech) of the United States. The Massachusetts MIT is ranked 5th in the prestigious T.H.E., Carnegie Mellon University list in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, ranked 27th in the world rankings.
In Europe, Germany with the University of Munich is in 32nd place, while France does not place any of its university centers among the top 44. The Pompeu Fabra University (UPF) is the first Spanish center in 143rd position, although it has dropped eight places compared to 2018. It is followed by the Autonomous University of Barcelona (UAB), which loses twelve places (from 145 to 157) and the University of Barcelona (UB), which remains between 201 and 250 of the overall ranking.
In Canada, where Haitian academics shine, the University of Toronto is ranked 18th on the world list by far in 34th place by University of British Columbia while the University of Montreal finds itself 85th in the category of the best universities in the world in 2020.
Cover photo: Stanford University in California