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Chinese university ranking (Netbig)

The Chinese university ranking is a ranking of universities in mainland China by Netbig, an internet company focused on higher education. The ranking is conducted annually since 1999, and is generally released in July, around the time of college entrance examination.

Ranking methods

There are seven different ranking systems in Chinese university ranking (Netbig).[1]

The first ranking system is "comprehensive(overall) ranking", which is based on 2~7th ranking system.

The second ranking system is based on "reputation".

The third ranking system is based on “academic resources”.

The forth ranking system is based on "academic achievement".

The fifth ranking system is based on "student ability".

The sixth ranking system is based on "professor honor"

The seventh ranking system is based on "reserve fund".

Criticism

After its first release Netbig was sued by a Renmin University of China alumnus for committing libel to his Alma mater, by ranking the school 25th when it has the best law school in China. An official from the Chinese Ministry of Education commented on the ranking as being "baseless" and "completely without scientific studies."[2][3] Some also argued that Netbig did not but should have considered employment data in ranking the universities.[4]

Top 10 Universities (2010-2013)

2010

Ranking:[5]

1. Tsinghua University
2. Peking University
3. Zhejiang University
4. Shanghai Jiao Tong University
5. Fudan University
6. Nanjing University
7. University of Science and Technology of China
8. Harbin Institute of Technology
9. Renmin University of China
10. Beijing Normal University
     Huazhong University of Science and Technology

2011

Ranking:[6]

1. Tsinghua University
2. Peking University
3. Zhejiang University
4. University of Science and Technology of China
5. Nanjing University
6. Shanghai Jiao Tong University
    Fudan University
8. Renmin University of China
    Harbin Institute of Technology
10. Beijing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics
     Nankai University

2013

Ranking:[7]

1. Tsinghua University
2. Peking University
3. Zhejiang University
4. University of Science and Technology of China
5. Nanjing University
6. Fudan University
7. Shanghai Jiao Tong University
8. Harbin Institute of Technology
    Renmin University of China
10. Beijing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics

See also

References

  1. ^ "2013中国大学排名,2013大学排名,中国大学排行榜,综合指标排行 网大,网大-教育机构的价值发现者netbig.com!". Retrieved 23 March. 
  2. ^ "高校排行榜又引风波 人大毕业生状告网大". Retrieved 2014-03-13. 
  3. ^ "不满母校排名低 人大学子告“网大”". Retrieved 2014-03-13. 
  4. ^ 为什么网大不把就业率作为指标
  5. ^ "2010 Chinese Top 100 Universities". 
  6. ^ "2011 Chinese Top 100 Universities". 
  7. ^ "2013 Chinese Top 100 Universities". 

External links and websites

  • http://www.netbig.com
  • http://rank.netbig.com
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