Author(s): Khaled Aladwan
There has been consistent development in the quantity of national university league tables in the course of the most recent 25 years. Paradoxically, 'World University Rankings' is a later turn of events and has gotten minimal genuine scholastic examination in peer-investigated publications. Not many specialists have assessed the wellsprings of information and the statistical methodologies utilized. The current article looks to address this hole. The creators clarify and assess the methodologies utilized by the Times Higher Education Supplement, featuring contrasts in their results and in their level of solidness after some time. A scope of concerns should be tended to if such rankings are to move a degree of certainty that rises above the set up 'infotainment' worth of league tables (Clarke, 2002).