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<ul><li><p>1 @UMultirank </p><p>U-Multirank: ideas and experiences </p><p> Prof. Dr. Frank Ziegele </p><p>Ankara, November 2014 </p><p>Presented by: </p><p>www.umultirank.org </p></li><li><p>Part One U-Multirank, why and how Part Two U-Multirank in practice Part Three Launching U-Multirank Part Four Whats to come </p><p>2 </p><p>Agenda </p><p>@UMultirank </p></li><li><p>U-Multirank why and how </p><p>3 @UMultirank </p><p>Agenda Part One </p></li><li><p> Rankings are here to stay </p><p> They receive high public attention </p><p> They have impacts on HEIs (obsession about world class universities) </p><p> They have political impacts (e.g. on excellence initiatives, mergers, immigration policies; see EUA report) </p><p> But until now there were no rankings that fulfilled certain functions </p><p> The current rankings do not help to support decision making </p><p> They dont take into account diversity of stakeholders preferences and HEIs missions </p><p>@UMultirank #UMRinAthens 4 </p><p>Why another ranking? </p></li><li><p>U-Multirank is a transparency tool for many stakeholders </p><p> Helps students to identify study-programmes </p><p> Assists university leaders in strategic management </p><p> Serves policy-makers in developing higher education, research and innovation policies </p><p> Assists business &amp; industry in finding partnerships </p><p> Serves society with accurate open access information </p><p>@UMultirank #UMRinAthens 5 </p></li><li><p>6 </p><p>Teaching and learning Research </p><p>Knowledge transfer International orientation </p><p>Regional engagement </p><p>University X is the fifth best in the world </p><p>Multi-dimensional ranking: ranks on 30 individual indicators (performance measures) in </p><p>five dimensions of performance </p><p>@UMultirank #UMRinAthens </p><p>A new instrument to compare university performances </p></li><li><p>7 </p><p>Indicator 1 counts for 20%, indicator 2 for 30%, etc., altogether this leads to a score of X </p><p>No composite overall scores, transparency lost if scores are weighted / added </p><p>User-driven: user decides on areas of performance to compare (and on the kind of </p><p>university to be compared) YOUR WAY! </p><p>@UMultirank #UMRinAthens </p><p>A new instrument to compare university performances </p></li><li><p>8 </p><p>ranking performances of universities as a whole </p><p>ranking performances in specific fields or disciplines </p><p>@UMultirank #UMRinAthens </p><p>A new instrument to compare university performances </p></li><li><p>9 </p><p>The global system of higher education is characterised by an enormous diversity in university profiles and missions </p><p>Diverse preferences and needs of students, university leaders, academics, business and industry, governments etc. </p><p>Different groups of stakeholders are </p><p>interested in different types of </p><p>performances by universities </p><p>But diversity is not yet </p><p>transparent or understood </p><p>@UMultirank #UMRinAthens </p><p>Higher education needs this new kind of comparison </p></li><li><p>@UMultirank 10 </p><p>Quotes representing the basic ideas </p><p>Dr. Jos Joaqun Brunner, Director Ctedra UNESCO de Polticas Comparadas de Educacin Superior, Chile, </p><p>U-Multirank is a great instrument for students, faculty, the public and policy makers. </p><p>Dr. Simon Marginson, Professor of International Higher Education at the Institute of Education, The University of London, </p><p>U-Multirank gives students and other higher education stakeholders much more information to work with in </p><p>making considered decisions. </p><p>target groups </p><p>informed decisions </p></li><li><p>@UMultirank 11 </p><p>Quotes representing the basic ideas </p><p>Prof. David D. Dill, Professor Emeritus of Public Policy University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, USA, </p><p>U-Multirank permits students and academic staff to compare institutions of similar missions and types </p><p>institutional diversity, like with </p><p>like </p><p>Fernando M. Galn, Vice-Chairperson of the European Students Union (ESU) </p><p>U-Multirank will be an extremely useful tool for students all over the world, being the first global </p><p>ranking that includes in a serious manner the teaching and learning dimension. </p><p>more than research </p></li><li><p>@UMultirank 12 </p><p>Quotes representing the basic ideas </p><p>Andreas Schleicher, Director Education and Skills and Special Advisor on Education Policy at the OECD, </p><p>With a first-of-its-kind multi-dimensional approach to comparing institutional performance, U-Multirank is now putting students and </p><p>the public into the drivers seat of determining which universities are doing well on what and why. </p><p>Professor Sir Howard Newby, Vice-Chancellor, University of Liverpool, UK, </p><p>U-Multirank provides an elegant solution to a problem which undermines conventional rankings. It does not seek to weight </p><p>different activities of a university but allows users to devise their own ranking according to what they believe is important." </p><p>multi-dimensional, user-driven </p></li><li><p>U-Multirank indicators show diversity of performance profiles </p><p>@UMultirank </p><p>Teaching and Learning Institutional </p><p>ranking Field-based </p><p>ranking </p><p> Student-staff-ratio </p><p> Graduation rate (BA and - separately - MA) </p><p> Percentage of academic staff with PhD </p><p> Percentage of students graduating within </p><p>normative period (BA and separately - MA) </p><p> Rate of graduate employment </p><p> Inclusion of work experience in degree programme </p><p>13 </p></li><li><p>@UMultirank </p><p>Teaching and Learning Student Satisfaction Indicators Institutional </p><p>ranking Field-based </p><p>ranking </p><p> Overall learning experience </p><p> Quality of courses &amp; teaching </p><p> Organisation of the programme </p><p> Contact to teachers </p><p> Social climate </p><p> Facilities (libraries, laboratories, rooms, IT) </p><p> Research orientation of teaching /programme </p><p> Inclusion of work experience /practical elements </p><p>14 </p><p>U-Multirank indicators show diversity of performance profiles </p></li><li><p>Research Institutional </p><p>ranking Field-based </p><p>ranking </p><p> External research income (per fte academic staff) </p><p> Doctorate productivity </p><p> Total research publication output (per fte </p><p>academic staff)* </p><p> Art related output </p><p> Field-normalised citation rate* </p><p> Highly cited research publications * </p><p> Interdisciplinary research publications* </p><p> Research orientation of teaching (student survey) </p><p> Number of post-doc positions </p><p>@UMultirank 15 </p><p>U-Multirank indicators show diversity of performance profiles </p></li><li><p>@UMultirank </p><p>Knowledge Transfer Institutional </p><p>ranking Field-based </p><p>ranking </p><p> Income from private sources (service contracts, </p><p>consultancies, licenses, royalties, trials, etc.) </p><p> Joint research publications with industry* </p><p> Patents (per fte academic staff) </p><p> Co-patents with industry (per fte academic staff) </p><p> Number of spin-offs (average over three year </p><p>period) </p><p> Patent citations to research publications* </p><p> Revenues from Continuous Professional </p><p>Development </p><p>U-Multirank indicators show diversity of performance profiles </p><p>16 </p></li><li><p>@UMultirank </p><p>International Orientation Institutional </p><p>ranking Field-based </p><p>ranking </p><p> Educational programmes (BA/MA) in foreign </p><p>language </p><p> International orientation of degree programmes </p><p> Opportunities to study abroad (student survey) </p><p> Student mobility (composite of incoming, </p><p>outgoing, joint degree students) </p><p> Percentage of international academic staff </p><p> Percentage of PhDs awarded to foreign students </p><p> International joint research publications* </p><p> International research grants </p><p>17 </p><p>U-Multirank indicators show diversity of performance profiles </p></li><li><p>@UMultirank </p><p>Regional Engagement Institutional </p><p>ranking Field-based </p><p>ranking </p><p> Percentage of graduates working in the region </p><p> Student internships in regional enterprises </p><p> Degree theses in cooperation with regional </p><p>industry </p><p> Regional joint research publications* </p><p> Income from regional sources </p><p>18 </p><p>U-Multirank indicators show diversity of performance profiles </p></li><li><p>@UMultirank 19 </p><p>and how does it really work? </p><p>Part 2: U-Multirank in practice </p><p>live presentation of web tool </p></li><li><p>Launching U-Multirank (findings) </p><p>20 @UMultirank </p><p>Agenda Part Three </p></li><li><p>21 21 </p><p>universities are included with publicly available data 850 </p><p>of the 879 universities have provided comprehensive data 500 </p><p>faculties/departments are included in the four field based rankings (physics, electrical and mechanical engineering, business studies) </p><p> 1,000 </p><p>study programmes within these faculties are included 5,000 </p><p>students completed the student satisfaction survey 60,000 </p><p>70 countries have universities in U-Multirank </p><p>@UMultirank </p><p>U-Multirank 2014 is the most comprehensive international data comparison in higher education </p><p>Alex Usher, President of Higher Education Strategy Associates (HESA), Canada U-Multirank is the most global, most diverse and least reductive ranking ever. </p></li><li><p>22 </p><p>Worldwide coverage </p><p>In 2014, 62% of U-Multirank universities are from Europe, 17% from North America, 14% from Asia and 7% from Africa, Latin America and Oceania </p><p>PhD-awarding institutions </p><p>+ universities of </p><p>applied sciences </p><p>small + </p><p>large universities specialised institutions </p><p>+ comprehensive </p><p>universities old (pre 1870) </p><p>+ young institutions </p><p>(after 1980) </p><p>@UMultirank </p><p>U-Multirank offers a global view of a large variety of university profiles </p></li><li><p>23 </p><p>Turkish universities in U-Multirank Full participation </p><p>Name of the University Participation 2014 </p><p>Bilkent U Institutional, Business, Electrical Engineering </p><p>Hacettepe U Institutional, Business, Electrical &amp; Mechanical Engineering </p><p>Istanbul Aydin U Business </p><p>Istanbul U Institutional, Business, Electrical &amp; Mechanical Engineering, Physics </p><p>Ko U Institutional, Business, Electrical Engineering, Physics </p><p>Kocaeli U Institutional, Business, Electrical &amp; Mechanical Engineering, Physics </p><p>Mugla Sitki Kocman U Institutional, Business, Physics </p><p>Sabanci U Institutional, Business, Electrical &amp; Mechanical Engineering </p><p>@UMultirank </p><p>+ 4 universities only with public data </p><p>+ 16 new registrations in 2015 </p></li><li><p>24 </p><p>Results Institutional Ranking 2014 Full participant </p><p>Name of the </p><p>University </p><p>Nr of As </p><p>Teaching &amp; </p><p>Learning </p><p>Nr of As </p><p>Research </p><p>Nr of As </p><p>Knowledge </p><p>Transfer </p><p>Nr of As </p><p>International </p><p>Orientation </p><p>Nr of As </p><p>Regional </p><p>Engagement </p><p>Bilkent U 1 / 4 2 / 8 2 / 8 3 / 6 3 / 5 </p><p>Hacettepe U 3 / 4 4 / 8 1 / 8 1 / 6 3 / 5 </p><p>Istanbul U 0 / 4 1 / 8 2 / 8 1 / 6 4 / 5 </p><p>Ko U 1 / 4 2 / 8 1 / 8 4 / 6 3 / 5 </p><p>Kocaeli U 1 / 4 1 / 8 1 / 8 1 / 6 1 / 5 </p><p>Mugla Sitki Kocman U </p><p>1 / 4 0 / 8 0 / 8 0 / 6 2 / 5 </p><p>Sabanci U 3 / 4 4 / 8 3 / 8 2 / 6 1 / 5 </p><p>Results: Webtool </p><p>@UMultirank </p></li><li><p>25 </p><p>Many univs. have specific strengths </p><p>No univ. has across the board </p><p>A scores </p><p>Around 100 univs. have a wide range (&gt;10) of A scores </p><p>Very few univs. with no A scores </p><p>On individual indicators performance differences between univs. are clearly </p><p>visible </p><p>300 univs. never before seen in global rankings. Of these, 30 have </p><p>more than 10 A scores </p><p>@UMultirank </p><p>U-Multirank shows a wide distribution of A scores </p><p>A scores per univ. % of univs. </p><p>0 2 % </p><p>1 to 5 43 % </p><p>6 to 10 43 % </p><p>11 to 15 10 % </p><p>16 to 22 2 % </p><p>Tom Boland, Chief Executive of the Higher Education Authority, Ireland, U-Multirank demonstrates very well that different universities have different kinds of strengths. </p></li><li><p>26 @UMultirank </p><p>The difference in university profiles becomes visible </p><p>You cant say that one university is better than the other! You cant find the worlds top 100! </p></li><li><p>And many special </p><p>analyses </p><p>27 </p><p>Comparisons per </p><p>university profile </p><p>Comparisons per </p><p>dimension </p><p>Comparisons per country </p><p>Comparisons per indicator </p><p>Comparisons per </p><p>field/discipline </p><p>@UMultirank </p><p>U-Multirank offers a wealth of information and the potential for many more analyses </p><p>Thomas D. Parker, Senior Associate at the Institute for Higher Education Policy, Washington, USA U-Multirank is the thinking mans ranking. Until now, rankings have been somewhere between bad </p><p>journalism and bad science, and were beginning to see much more serious work. </p></li><li><p>U-Multirank also provides specific benefits to participating institutions </p><p>Basic benefits Visibility of institutions with different profiles, marketing use Visibility of specific profiles: tool to look for similar institutions Comparison of performance with like Allowing differentiated SW-analysis, evidence-based discussions both </p><p>on institutional and on field level </p><p> Additional analysis of own data </p><p> Compared with the total sample Institutional &amp; field-based data Detailed analysis of student survey </p><p> Support for benchmarking processes </p><p> Either for networks or organisations Multi-level: institutional and fields @UMultirank </p><p>28 </p></li><li><p> cost of data collection differs largely (according to implemented data systems) </p><p> many indicators without problems, high degrees of completeness </p><p> difficult indicators: graduate unemployment, internships in the region, degree theses with local companies (also definition of region) </p><p> some challenges with response rates to student surveys (parallel surveys, e.g. effort to use British NSS data); if response is too small we do not show data (statistical checks) </p><p> intensive communication loops </p><p> challenges of institutional structures (mergers, internal) 29 @UMultirank </p><p>Experiences with data collection </p></li><li><p>Whats to come </p><p>30 @UMultirank </p><p>Agenda Part Four </p></li><li><p>@UMultirank 31 </p><p>U-Multirank will be extended in 2015 </p><p>+ 150 institutions (at the moment </p><p>&gt;280 new regsitrations) </p><p>+ 3 new fields (psychology, </p><p>computer science and medicine) </p><p>Current sample of 879 institutions </p><p>U-Multirank 2015 release in March 2015 </p><p>next chance to </p><p>join: register for 2016 </p></li><li><p>@UMultirank 32 </p><p> For more information on U-Multirank visit us, at www.umultirank.org. </p><p> Contact: </p><p> info@umultirank.org </p><p> +49 (0) 5241 9761 58 </p><p> Like/follow us: </p><p> /U-Multirank </p><p> @UMultirank </p><p> @Umultirank </p><p>More information/Contact </p></li></ul>