Key numbers – International mobility report – 2022
QS Ranking 2022 – Engineering Education and Technology
Key numbers – International mobility report
The objective of this report is to provide key figures related to students enrolled in higher education around the world. It is based on the data collected by the Unesco Institute for Statistics. A longitudinal approach was also considered to highlight the changes over the five years (2008-2018).
The OECD forecasts a total of 8 million internationally mobile students by 2025 (OECD, 2017). Is this still a viable assumption? The pandemic has disrupted international student mobility. What will the future of international student mobility actually look like after the crisis?
Ranking: The case of the Times Higher Education Ranking
This analysis will mainly focus on the Top 200 universities, as the THE ranking classifies them individually up to post 200. Thereafter, it groups them in the 50s up to post 400, and then as two groups with 100 universities up to post 600, and finally as two groups of 200 universities up to post 1000.
- Compare the research, education, teaching, innovation and influence indicators by regions (Asia, Europe, North America, and Oceania) for the THE ranking;
- Compare the demographic information (student/staff ratio, percentage of international students, ..) about the Top 200 institutions by country and region;
- Find out how each of the indicators mentioned above correlate to one and another;
Your Guide to T.I.M.E. Mobility Programmes
Everywhere around the world people are on the move, making history or simply living their personal histories. Everyday journeys start and come to an end, embracing or producing change in the world. For many of us, however, our personal journey is what matters most.
Your Guide to T.I.M.E. Mobility Programmes is intended to give students an opportunity to reflect on the ways in which their educational journey can benefit from international learning mobility. With its presentation of opportunities worldwide and personal success stories, the guide enables you to take maximum advantage of T.I.M.E. Association’s leading higher education engineering institutions.
We prepare the ground for students to get the best possible engineering education and discover the many advantages of studying abroad. Intercultural awareness, transformative competences, increased connectivity, and friends around the globe are just some of benefits that will enrich your educational journey and personal experience.