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INTERNATIONAL HIGHER EDUCATION BENCHMARKING IN THE UK Project Overview Mike Boxall and Andrew Webb 16 th May 2011
© PA Knowledge Limited Page 2 PPT presentation template V1-12.ppt Agenda/contents Project aim Sources identified so far Information being sought
© PA Knowledge Limited Page 3 PPT presentation template V1-12.ppt Project Aim The Benchmarking to improve efficiency status report, published on November 2010 stated: ‘UK universities are under increasing pressure to show how they perform relative to universities in the global community and there is growing interest in transnational benchmarking to make reliable international comparisons and learn from other HE systems.’ PA are therefore tasked with undertaking the following: Needs assessment – a brief exercise to identify the critical needs and uses of international benchmark information Review of available resources – a desk exercise to identify and assess the available resources for each of the five interpretations of benchmarking, grading them against the requirements and criteria identified through the initial needs analysis. Assessment of gaps and unmet needs – we will apply our judgement and sector knowledge to assess the extent to which the available resources meet the sector’s expressed needs for benchmarking information Proposals for meeting future benchmarking needs – our report from the previous stages of work will summarise the sector’s needs for international benchmarking information, the extent to which these are or could be met from current resources
© PA Knowledge Limited Page 4 PPT presentation template V1-12.ppt Sources identified so far Whole University Ranking –Times Higher Education Ranking –QS World Universities Ranking –Academic Ranking of World Universities (ARWU) –CHE Excellence Rankings –RatER Global University Ranking of World Universities –Webometrics Ranking of World Universities –2010 World University Ranking –SIR World Report –Leiden Ranking –University Ranking by Academic Performance –The Performance Ranking of Scientific Papers for World Universities –Professional Classification of Higher Education Institutions –International Student Barometer (ISB)
© PA Knowledge Limited Page 5 PPT presentation template V1-12.ppt Sources identified so far (continued) Market Data –OBHE (Observatory on Borderless Higher Education) –UNESCO Institute for Statistics Indicators –OECD Higher Education Statistics –OECD/Institutional Management in Higher Education insights (IMHE) –Global Higher Education Rankings Affordability & Accessibility in Comparative Perspective Institutional process comparisons –Association of Common wealth universities (ACU) Benchmarking Programme Institutional process comparisons –British Council Education Market Intelligence (EMI) –Academic Analytics business intelligence reports
© PA Knowledge Limited Page 6 PPT presentation template V1-12.ppt Information being sought PA are keen to hear views from institutions on: the key metrics and performance measures you use to test the University's internationalisation strategy and operations what areas you seek to benchmark and against which classes of institutions: for example - international ranking tables - research results - staff standing - recruitment - processes and approaches - market intelligence what sources do you use for benchmarking, and how useful do you find them what in-house and bespoke benchmarking methods do you use are there any important unmet benchmarking needs that you would like to see addressed
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