Recently, Times Higher Education (THE) released the latest rankings for “Most international universities in the world 2021”.
Universities, by their nature, are global institutions. Typically, they are home to communities of students and scholars from all over the world, and they tackle some of the globe’s most pressing problems through research. High-ranking institutions have a high proportion of international students and staff, collaborate on research with scholars from across the world, and have a strong global reputation to match.
Only institutions that received at least 100 votes in the survey were eligible for inclusion. Universities must also receive at least 50 or at least 10 per cent of available domestic votes to be ranked.
The University of Manchester has moved up two places in the THE ranking of the most international universities in the world. It now sits at 23rd in the world, out of 172. This implies the University has a high proportion of international students and staff, collaborate on research with scholars from across the world. and have a strong global reputation to match.
The University of Manchester has been dedicating to helping diverse communities of students to improve the teaching and learning experience, while opportunities for students to spend time abroad better prepare them to become global citizens.
The University of Manchester has extended its international education network to the world, establishing global learning centres in Shanghai, Hong Kong, Singapore, Dubai, and Sao Paulo, using cutting-edge online and blended learning method to break through boundaries and bring quality education from the University of Manchester to working professionals from all over the world.