Education Reimagined looks at how universities are taking the lead in asking the right questions about Artificial Intelligence. This edition also looks at how students are making a positive impact through practical projects, why students are key in the fight for educational equity, and what China’s new AI guidelines mean for researchers.
Minds in Motion highlights the voices in the community who are using their insights and passion to shape higher education. This edition looks at how individuals have contributed to the QS Insights Magazine and the industry as a whole. Profile features include Freddy Boey, President of the City University of Hong Kong, Dr Laura Chaubard, […]
This edition’s cover story, Magnetic Attraction, explores the success so far of education hubs in the Middle East. The magazine also looks at how virtual reality is used to communicate research, why interest in online learning seems to have dropped, and a closer look at the state of Bahrain’s higher education.
Dis/Ability explores the struggles academics with disabilities face and how the sector can create a more inclusive environment where everyone can thrive. This edition also features a profile on Marion Debruyne, Dean of Vlerick Business School, a critical investigation of the peer review process and a deep dive into the history and growth of academic […]
The Academic Panopticon, the cover story of this edition, explores if punishing academic integrity violations actually helps students with learning outcomes. Featured articles this month include ‘Where are New Zealand’s international students?’, ‘When an international student isn’t an international student’, and a profile on MeshMinds founder, Kay Vasey.
This edition dives into the world of orientations, where the first day has become an intricately executed affair. It also looks at the UK’s crackdown on certain university courses, Japan’s student problem and what Gen Z’s vision means for higher education. The magazine also includes a profile feature on IFRC’s Simon Missiri, who reflects on […]
The sixth edition of QS Insights Magazine explores the ways destination countries are bridging the inbound/outbound gap, why equity, diversity and inclusion is valuable in an international classroom, and a lookback on the QS Higher Ed Summit Europe: 2023. This month also includes some of the latest happenings in the higher ed space, such as […]
Our June issue of QS Insights Magazine retraces and celebrates the journey in developing the QS World University Rankings over the past two decades and explores the integration of new performance lenses this year. We also further explore how predatory journals are still growing, as well as why responsible data governance is vital.
QS Insights Magazine 02 includes the QS World University Rankings by Subject 2023, dives into the danger of predatory journals, explores public perceptions of higher education in the UK, recaps the importance of QS’s Higher Ed Summit in Goa, and discusses other significant developments in the industry.
The first edition of QS Insights Magazine focusses on “fundamentals”, which is all about going back to the heart of higher education – student engagement. It also features an interview with our CEO, Jessica Turner looks into women’s education in Bahrain, explores revamped student recruitment strategies, reflects on the purpose and scope of education reviews, […]
The report features QS World University Rankings: Asia 2023 results and methodology, explores the best practices examples in post-pandemic higher ed partnerships in the region, how are universities navigating the latest technological advancements, and how flexible are universities in the region in innovating the classrooms to bring out the best in their students.
This report investigates the role of ‘student voice’ in recruiting and advising prospective students, reflects on schools’ move to online MBAs and their future, explores the reasons behind the employer perception that hospitality graduates have higher soft skills than business, and overviews the results of the Global MBA, Masters in Management, Masters in Finance, Masters […]
This report includes an overview of the results from the 2023 QS World University Rankings: Latin America, an exploration of higher ed’s best-kept secret, a deep dive into the higher education system of Brazil, a look into how publishing research in a language other than English impact outcomes, reflects on some of the skills Latin […]
This report features the 19th edition of our flagship rankings – our largest ever – showcasing the performance of more than 1,400 higher education institutions. Feature articles include the latest in pedagogy, how COVID-19 created “a lost generation” of students, and how higher ed can fill the graduate data skills gap.
This report features the performance of the 15,200 different academic programs ranked in the 2022 QS World University Rankings by Subject. The features explore Sports Management, courses and careers leading to adventurous science-related jobs, happiness studies and universities happiness & wellbeing centres and initiatives and the efficacy of online learning in India