Author(s): Khaled Aladwan, Ahmad Al Adwan
We take a gander at a portion of the hypothetical and methodological issues fundamental global college positioning frameworks and, specifically, their calculated association with the possibility of greatness. We then, at that point go to a basic assessment of the two best-known worldwide college positioning frameworks—the Times Higher Education Supplement (THES) World University Rankings and the Shanghai Jiao Tong Academic Ranking of World Universities. We evaluate the different measures utilized by the two frameworks and contend that the Jiao Tong framework, albeit a long way from awesome, is a superior marker of college greatness. In light of our appraisals of these two frameworks, we propose how an optimal worldwide college positioning framework may look, closing for certain remarks on the employments of positioning frameworks.