Article Review on Measuring the International Standing of Universities

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Article Review of “Measuring the International Standing of Universities with an Application to Australian Universities”
Students, faculty, and others often are attracted to universities in other countries, but they struggle to know what universities have the highest standards. Ross Williams and Nina Van Dyke (2007) address this issue in the article, “Measuring the International Standing of Universities with an Application to Australian Universities” as they do both a qualitative and quantitative research to evaluate the highest international standing of Australian universities. Williams and Dyke show the types of methodology they use, the results of the survey, and how the results are similar to previous studies.
Students, faculty, and...
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.....ut that quality of graduate programs and other determinants are also important. One of the top universities can be found in the city of Melbourne in Australia for students or faculty who may be interested in international universities. Students and faculty, today, living in a global world should carefully consider the international standing of universities worldwide when considering graduate schools and using the data provided by the study shows that research is an important quality, but also other determinants should also be considered when making these decisions.
References
Williams, R. & Dyke, N. (2007). Measuring the international standing of universities with an application to Australian universities. Higher Education, 53, 819-841.