Provost Patrick Prendergast has called for a national rankings strategy, a suggestion rejected by the Minister for Higher Education

Ireland“Provost Patrick Prendergast has called for the introduction of a national strategy on university rankings, after Trinity’s persistent falls in both the Times Higher Education and QS rankings in recent years …” (more)

[Donal MacNamee, University Times, 21 October]

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2 Responses to “Provost Patrick Prendergast has called for a national rankings strategy, a suggestion rejected by the Minister for Higher Education”

  1. Dan Says:

    So now Trinners want to advertise that they’re still the best in Ireland while they nosedive in world rankings. Slow handclap!

  2. Tim Says:

    We had the only ranking that matters yesterday from the HEA which showed the awfully poor effort to deliver social cohesion in Ireland by our elite institutions. TCD did not even participate which is shows contempt. We need a class of higher education that delivers for Ireland, not world-class (WC) dodgy league table metrics driving these important pieces of social infrastructure.

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