Can 10 million college students be wrong? The popular site RateMyProfessor released its 2010-11 rankings April 26 – naming the top university and professors – as many in higher education remain skeptical of the site and said students shouldn’t base their school choices on RateMyProfessor’s reviews.
Judges at both the federal and state level say that their clerks play a very important role in their chambers. Judicial clerkships are highly coveted since they have such important career implications. Federal clerkships are the hardest to get, but can be very rewarding for one's legal career.
As nearly all prospective college students know, colleges rarely miss an opportunity to trumpet favorable recognition they receive from national publications (like Forbes, whose college rankings are compiled by CCAP). However, sometimes you would not realize this if all you saw were the
A growing number of M.B.A. programs are now accepting the Graduate Record Exam, or GRE, for admissions. This new trend gives prospective M.B.A. students more testing options, because almost all M.B.A. programs only accepted the
How important is a school ranking by employers/job recruiters? Forget about quality teachers or strong curricula, corporate recruiters are all about the rankings, according to a new survey by the Graduate Management Admission Council GMAC. In other words, MBA students invest money and time mostly on rankings...
As an undergraduate, you need to keep something in mind. The classes you will be taking at the undergraduate level will not differ that much from one establishment to the other. Most of the classes are core classes for your initial steps into the field.
Although 2010-11 is the seventh year that Times Higher Education has published its annual rankings, these tables represent a new level of sophistication. The top 200 list and the six subject tables we are publishing should be considered the first of a new annual series, for we have completely overhauled the...
The latest Guardian University Guide tables show that Cambridge University has taken the top spot, breaking its arch-rival Oxford's six-year stint as the UK's leading institution. Oxford has come second and St Andrews third, while the London Schoolof Economics has climbed four places from last year to take fourth place.
Top of the 2011 rankings, moving up from second place last year, is the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology HKUST, founded only 20 years ago. Already the youngest university in the world’s top 100, HKUST’s feat will give heart to other relatively recent foundations around the world.