Education, Skills and Learning

There is a great global 'levelling up' underway in universities

In 2018, universities in emerging economies represented 33.8 per cent of those listed in the World University Rankings. In the 2022 edition, they represented 42.0 per cent Image: Pang Yuhao for Unsplash

Phil Baty

Chief Knowledge Officer, Times Higher Education

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There has been a significant rise in the number of universities from emerging economies making the THE World University Rankings Image: Times Higher Education
Universities from emerging economies have not only increased their share of places on the list, but have also risen further up the rankings. Image: Times Higher Education

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