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QS Top Universities 2009


Just a background of what QS is:

Q stands for Quacquarelli and S stands for Symonds.

QS was founded in 1990 by Wharton MBA, Nunzio Quacquarelli with offices in London and the US. Fellow director Matt Symonds and the Paris team joined in 1994. Today, QS operates globally from offices in: London, Paris, Singapore, Beijing, Tokyo, Sydney and Washington DC.

Today, Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) has become established as the world’s leading network for top careers and education. It links graduate, MBA and executive communities around the world with recruiters and education providers, both physical and virtual. The mission is to enable motivated people around the world to fulfil their potential by fostering international mobility, educational achievement and career development.

Click HERE to see the list of  the topUniversities in ASIA.

Here’s a summary of the THES ranking of Universities in the Philippines for 2009:

63 = University of the Philippines – Diliman
76 = De La Salle University – Manila
84 = Ateneo de Manila University
144 = University of Santo Tomas

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Representing the Philippines in the top 100 are University of the Philippines, De La Salle University, and Ateneo de Manila University. University of Sto. Tomas, on the other hand, lies on the 144th spot.

Rankings per subject are as follows:

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Congratulations to the 4 schools! 🙂

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  1. joeyoliver
    June 28, 2009 at 2:36 pm

    the complete list of the top 500 universities aren’t complete yet btw. visit this page for updates!

    • Marc V.
      June 28, 2009 at 5:06 pm

      The scope of this survey is just Asia. Also, taking a closer look at the numbers and the methodology the survey seemed as flawed as ever. Consider that we ranked better than La Salle in every criterium (which includes other factors not shown here btw.) and yet they were able to outrank us. This will only be possible if La Salle outranks us in two factors by at the very least 200. Yet it seems impossible considering that in this two mentioned factors, Ateneo nor La Salle got in the top 100.

      • joeyoliver
        June 28, 2009 at 11:39 pm

        But those are just subject ranks. If you study the tests closely, there are other tests like faculty rating, student satisfaction, premises evaluation etc. 🙂 Maybe they outscored us in all those other fields. 🙂 Ateneo boasts of prestige and premier education, not in latest facilities or the best learning experience or whatever naman eh. Let’s just wait for the complete top 500. 😀

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