Martin Ince is an expert on global schemes for university ranking, with a deep knowledge of how they are produced and how they are used.
He set up the Times Higher/QS World University Rankings in 2004. Now published by QS Quacquarelli Symonds, they are one of the principal ranking systems for international higher education. He now chairs the QS Advisory Board on rankings systems.
Martin works with universities around the world on rankings issues. See this page for more on how he can help your institution’s thinking and practice in this important arena.
Do it soon. In Through the Looking Glass by Lewis Carroll, the Red Queen famously says that “It takes all the running you can do, just to stay in the same place. If you want to get somewhere else you must run at least twice as fast.” The same is true in abundance for the world of university ranking and reputation.