Does Oxford Need China to Stay on Top?

This week, my alma mater, the University of Oxford, came at the top of the London Times Higher Education rankings of universities worldwide, a first for any UK university. This builds on the University’s consistent worldwide top 2 ranking for medical research. Definitionally these measures are backward-looking metrics, ranking past not future performance. And while the achievement should be celebrated, I am doubtful this leading position can be maintained without material change, change to which... Read more →
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