The URAP ranking forms part of the Turkish modernisation and excellence projects. As such it is oriented towards comparing and building the capacity of MENA institutions compared to their global counterparts.
The Leiden ranking seeks to represent only scholarly impact and collaboration through the Clarivate Web of Science. As such it is much more limited in scope than the main rankings.
The National Taiwan University Ranking (formerly known as HEEACT) is a measurement of the performance of a university in articles published in peer reviewed journals on the Web of Science. It does not measure teaching performance, employability, nothing of student experience, is not interested in inputs, funding, infrastructure, patents or innovation.
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The Times Higher and Quacquarelli Symonds rankings split in 2009 over disputes over the validity of results being produced, and especially The new THE uses a set of thirteen different metrics in an attempt to represent a broader variety of institutional aspects.
The Shanghai Jiao Tong ranking was the first of the global university rankings, launched in 2003 as part of China’s Project 985 to modernise their higher education system.