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Pepperdine University School of Law

Wednesday, September 28, 2016

2017 Wall Street Journal/Times Higher Education College Rankings

2017Wall Street Journal/Times Higher Education College Rankings:

Outcomes (40%):

  • Graduation rate (11%)
  • Value added to graduate salary (12%)
  • Value added to the loan repayment rate (7%)
  • Academic reputation (10%)

Resources (30%):

  • Finance per student (11%)
  • Faculty per student (11%)
  • Research papers per faculty (8%)

Engagement (20%):

  • Student engagement (7%)
  • Student recommendation (6%)
  • Interaction with teachers and students (4%)
  • Number of accredited programmes (3%)

Environment (10%):

  • Proportion of international students (2%)
  • Student diversity (3%) 
  • Student inclusion (2%)
  • Staff diversity (3%)

The inaugural WSJ/THE rankings list over 1,000 schools. Here are the Top 25:

WSJ

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Comments

I think they would have gotten more sensible results from an Internet Condorcet poll, rather than this inexplicable mix of weightings of incommensurables!

Posted by: Brian | Sep 28, 2016 12:59:21 PM