Austerity fallout leaves Irish universities lost in the crowd

Ireland“International university rankings are deeply flawed measures of third-level colleges. They are produced by commercial organisations which sell their expertise on how to perform better. They ignore key aspects of college life such as the quality of teaching and learning. And the science behind some of the indicators is suspect, at best …” (more)

[Carl O’Brien, Irish Times, 19 June]

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