2022QS world university rankings by subject
The QS World University Rankings by Subject 2022 were released yesterday by the QS World University Rankings by Subject.According to the classification of the official five major disciplines, guidejun has compiled a series of TOP20 lists of popular majors and the ranking of some popular universities. The majors involved are as follows:A, social science and management accounting and finance economics and econometrics statistics and operational research media science education and training of law and legal research 2, natural science and mathematics three materials science, engineering and technology Computer science and information system of electrical engineering chemical engineering, civil engineering in mechanical engineering Four biological science, life science and medicineArchitecture and Built Environment English Language and Literature summary: Taken as a whole, the schools that perform well in the overall ranking are sure to do well in terms of their professional performance.It is worth referring to that in the application for overseas study, we often use them as the main applicant/guarantee institutions, which have strong disciplines respectively. For example, the Hong Kong polytechnic university ranks TOP15 in architecture, and the Hong Kong education university ranks TOP17 in education, etc.At the same time, the top20-50 of each major is also very worthy of reference. It can be seen that among British universities, aimanhua Wang, Birmingham, Leeds, Glasgow, Southampton and other universities appear in this ranking section with a very high frequency.In the actual application, people will certainly take comprehensive consideration of comprehensive platoon, exclusive platoon, recognition and other factors into consideration.The QS World University Rankings by Subject are composed of five indicators, namely academic reputation, employer reputation, citations per paper, H-index and international research network.In this ranking, the International Research Network (IRN) index was introduced for the first time as the fifth indicator in the methodology.QS sees this as an important development that reflects the growing importance of cross-border research collaboration in addressing some of the world’s most pressing problems.Due to significant differences in research culture and publication rates between disciplines, the QS World University Rankings by Subject gives different weights to the above indicators for each discipline.In medicine, for example, publication rates are very high, with research citations and the H-index accounting for 25 per cent of each university’s total score.On the other hand, in fields where publication rates are much lower, such as history, these research-related indicators account for only 15% of the overall ranking score.Meanwhile, in fields such as art and design, where too few papers are published to be statistically significant, the rankings are based solely on employer and academic surveys.