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Student's Voices on University Rankings. ©IESALC 2011
Student's Voices on University Rankings

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Due to the emergence of university rankings and the impact these rankings can have on public policies affecting education, International rankings of higher education institutions are here to stay, but classifications should evolve to give information that is more relevant to the needs of users such as universities, students and policy-makers, fits local situations and contributes to the growth of world-class higher education systems rather than a few world-class universities.

In theses interviews, students at the Universidad Central de Venezuela take a stand on university rankings around the world

on this subject: Latin America and the Caribbean Take a Stand on University Rankings Around the World

Place/region Venezuela, Latin America, Caribbean
Type: Interview
Production: IESALC - UNESCO, producer.
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Rights/Droits: IESALC / UNESCO

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