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Le 10 migliori Università dell’Europa Continentale nel 2013, secondo Times Higher Education World University Rankings, sono 3 in Germania, 2 in Olanda e in Svizzera, 1 in Belgio, Francia e ...

Le 10 migliori Università dell’Europa Continentale nel 2013, secondo Times Higher Education World University Rankings, sono 3 in Germania, 2 in Olanda e in Svizzera, 1 in Belgio, Francia e Svezia.
Il podio vede prima ETHZ (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich), al secondo posto Karolinska Institute, al terzo EPFL (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne).
Tutte le università europee Top 10 sono impegnate in iniziative MOOC. Alcune ospitano i loro MOOC su piattaforme USA (e.g. Coursera, edX, …), mentre altre stanno sviluppando proprie piattaforme. 

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  • Top 10 University ContinentalContinental EuropeEurope 2013 Clay Casati 20Ott13
  • T 10 U i it C ti t l E 2013 Top 10 University Continental Europe 2013  Classifiche differenziate per settori disciplinari  Online Learning Revolution – MOOC  Times Higher Education World Universityg y Rankings  Credits 2
  • Times Higher Education World University Rankings www.timeshighereducation.co.uk/ @Inquietus @ClayCasati 3 Immagine di copertina da: 2981271756.jpg , gulfnews.com
  • 11.. ETHZETHZ 2.2. KarolinskaKarolinskaTop 10 – Continental EU 2013 3. EPFL3. EPFL 4. LMU4. LMU 5. Leuven5. Leuven 6. Göttingen 7. ENS7. ENS 8. Leiden 9. Heidelberg9. Heidelberg 10. Delft10. Delft
  • # World Rank Times 2013 – TOP 10 CONTINENTAL EUROPE# Rank Times 2013 TOP 10 CONTINENTAL EUROPE 1 14 Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich, ETHZ Switzerland , 2 36 Karolinska Institutet, Solna Sweden 3 37 Swiss Federal Institute of Technology L EPFL Switzerland Lausanne, EPFL 4 55 Ludwig-Maximilians-Uni. München Germany 5 61 Catholic University Leuven UCL Belgium5 61 Catholic University Leuven, UCL Belgium 6 63= Georg-August-Uni. Göttingen Germany 7 65= Ecole Normale Supérieure Paris, ENS Francep , 8 67 University of Leiden Netherlands 9 68 Ruprecht-Karls-Uni. Heidelberg Germany 0 69 D lf i i f h l h l d 5 10 69 Delft University of Technology Netherlands
  • 1 WORLD RANK 2013: 142013: 14 Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich, ETHZ S it erland You don't have to be Albert Einstein to study here, but it doesn't hurt. ETH Zurich (set up in 1855) now teaches around 15,000 ETHZ, Switzerland students in 16 faculties. Einstein received his diploma here in 1901. 6
  • 2 WORLD RANK 2013: 362013: 36 Karolinska Institutet, Solna, Sweden Celebrating its 200th anniversary in 2010, Karolinska is a top global medical university and a member of the 22-strong League of European Research Universities (LERU). On two campuses it covers the gamut of research and clinical medicine and pharmacology withthe gamut of research and clinical medicine and pharmacology, with a faculty of more than 2,300 serving around 8,000 students. 7
  • 3 WORLD RANK 2013: 372013: 37 Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne, EPFL, Switzerland Education, research and technology transfer are core to EPFL, which boasts more than 250 on-campus laboratories. Today, the "parc scientifique" is home to some 7,000 students and 3,000 professors, , q , , p , assistants and entrepreneurs grouped into seven schools and associated research institutes. 8
  • 4 WORLD RANK 2013: 552013: 55 Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, Germany Some of the most famous figures in modern history spent their salad days at Munich: Richard Strauss, Marie Stopes, Erich Fromm, Konrad Adenauer, Lord Acton and others. Founded in 1472, now hosts around y , , 44,000 students pursuing degrees in 150 subjects under the guidance of approximately 700 professors and 3,600 academic staff. 9
  • 5 WORLD RANK 2013: 612013: 61 Catholic University of Leuven (UCL), Belgium Founded in 1425, UCL is the world's oldest surviving Catholic university and is the largest university in Belgium. Today, it is a leading European research university and offers a comprehensive catalogue of Dutch and English language degree programmes Its 6 800 senior and juniorEnglish-language degree programmes. Its 6,800 senior and junior academic staff serve more than 40,000 students. 10
  • 6 WORLD RANK 2013: 632013: 63 Gottingen and world leaders seem to go together. Otto von Bismarck Georg-August-Universität Göttingen, Germany g g g studied law here and Napoleon declared: "Gottingen belongs to the whole of Europe." Founded in 1737, since the Brothers Grimm taught here, 45 Nobel laureates have walked its grounds. Currently there are around 24,000 students at the university, which is informally known as "Georgia Augusta". 11
  • 7 WORLD RANK 2013: 652013: 65 Ecole Normale Supérieure de Paris (ENS), France Founded in 1794 during the French Revolution to train teachers in the secular spirit of the Republic, today as a leading grande ecole it sees its role as training future leaders in public service and private endeavour Some 2 300 students and 650 doctoral researchers areendeavour. Some 2,300 students and 650 doctoral researchers are served by a faculty of about 800 on three Paris campuses. 12
  • 8 WORLD RANK 2013: 672013: 67 University of Leiden, Netherlands The city is Leiden's "campus", as befits the institution's status as a gift to the citizens by William of Orange in 1575 for withstanding a siege by the Spanish. It has some 17,000 students and 4,000 academic staff in six faculties of archaeology humanities law medicine mathematics andfaculties of archaeology, humanities, law, medicine, mathematics and natural sciences, and social and behavioural sciences. 13
  • 9 WORLD RANK 2013: 682013: 68 The ancient university was founded by Rupert I one of the Holy Roman Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg,Germany The ancient university was founded by Rupert I, one of the Holy Roman Empire's Prince-Electors, and it is associated with 11 German and foreign heads of state. Today, it has 12 faculties, with more than 13 300 employees and offers degree programmes in 100 disciplines to13,300 employees, and offers degree programmes in 100 disciplines to around 31,000 students. 14
  • 10 WORLD RANK 2013: 692013: 69 Founded in 1842 by King Willem II as a royal academy, became a Delft University of Technology, Netherlands y g y y, university in 1905. TU Delft is the largest and oldest institute of technology in the Netherlands. TU Delft’s eight faculties are home to over 17,000 students and some 900 academic staff and cover the entire spectrum of technology, with a combined science, engineering and design focus. 15
  • Times UniRankings 2013 2012 2011 Continental E 24 22 19 Top 100 Europe 24 22 19 UK 11 10 12 USA 46 47 51USA 46 47 51 Times UniRankings 2013 2012 2011 Top 400 Continental Europe 134 140 133 UK 49 48 52 The Higher Education continues to be characterized by significant 400 UK 49 48 52 USA 109 111 113 The Higher Education continues to be characterized by significant challenges to the traditional hegemony of US-UK. 16
  • La crisi della zona euro non sembra aver influenzato, in modo significativo, i risultati per l'Europa Continentale nel 2012-13:  l’Olanda ha migliorato la sua eccellente posizione, con tutte le sue 12 università del Top 200 in miglioramento;tutte le sue 12 università del Top 200 in miglioramento;  la Germania ha mantenuto le posizioni delle sue migliori istituzioni - guidate da Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München (55° posto in classifica mondiale)München (55 posto in classifica mondiale)  la Francia segna un ottimo anno, con il suo istituto Top, Ecole Normale Superieure, Parigi, al 65° posto. Fonte: Phil Baty, editor, Times Higher Ed ti R ki 17 Education Rankings.
  • Engineering & Technology Life Sciences Clinical, Pre-clinical & Health Phisical Sciences Social Sciences Arts & Humanities 18
  • # World Times 2013 – TOP 10 CONTINENTAL EUROPE # Rank Engineering & Technology 1 8 Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Z i h ETHZ Switzerland Zurich, ETHZ 2 15 Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne, EPFL Switzerland , 3 23 Delft University of Technology Netherlands 4 26 Technical University of München Germany 5 34= KTH - Royal Institute Technology Sweden 6 34= Technical University of Denmark Denmark 7 36 Catholic University of Leuven Belgium7 36 Catholic University of Leuven Belgium 8 39= RWTH Aachen Germany 9 52 Karlsruhe Institute Technology Germany 19 gy y 10 57 Ecole Polytechnique France
  • # World Times 2013 – TOP 10 CONTINENTAL EUROPE # Rank Life Sciences 1 15 Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Z i h ETHZ Switzerland Zurich, ETHZ 2 22 Wageningen University Netherlands 3 35 Ludwig-Maximilians-Uni. München Germanyg y 4 38 Uppsala University Sweden 5 40 University of Gent Belgium 6 42 University of Copenhagen Denmark 7 47 University of Helsinki Finland 8 48 G A t U i ität Götti G8 48= Georg-August-Universität Göttingen Germany 9 48= Université de Lausanne Switzerland 10 57 Swiss Federal Institute of Technology S i l d 20 10 57= Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne, EPFL Switzerland
  • World Times 2013 – TOP 10 CONTINENTAL EUROPE # World Rank Times 2013 TOP 10 CONTINENTAL EUROPE Clinical, Pre-clinical & Health 1 14 Karolinska Institute Sweden 2 37 Erasmus University Rotterdam Netherlands 3 38= Catholic University of Leuven Belgium 4 40 Ruprecht-Karls-Uni. Heidelberg Germany 5 43 University of Maastricht Netherlands 6 46 L d i M i ili U i Mü h G6 46 Ludwig-Maximilians-Uni. München Germany 7 51 Medical University Vienna Austria 8 54 Universität Basel Switzerland8 54 Universität Basel Switzerland 9 59 University of Copenhagen Denmark 10 61 Free University Amsterdam Netherlands 21
  • # World Times 2013 – TOP 10 CONTINENTAL EUROPE # Rank Phisical Sciences 1 23 Swiss Federal Institute of Technology L EPFL Switzerland Lausanne, EPFL 2 25 Université Pierre Marie Curie Paris VI France 3 29= Ecole Normale Supérieure Paris France3 p 4 31 Georg-August-Universität Göttingen Germany 5 38= Ecole Polytechnique Francey q 6 42 Technical University of München Germany 7 43 Ruprecht-Karls-Uni. Heidelberg Germany 8 48 St kh l U i it S d8 48 Stockholm University Sweden 9 55 University of Bonn Germany 10 56 Université Paris Sud (Paris XI) France 22 10 56 Université Paris Sud (Paris XI) France
  • World Times 2013 – TOP 10 CONTINENTAL EUROPE # World Rank Times 2013 TOP 10 CONTINENTAL EUROPE Social Sciences 1 34 University of Amsterdam Netherlandsy 2 47 Erasmus University Rotterdam Netherlands 3 50= HEC Paris France 4 56 University of Leiden Netherlands 5 58 Ludwig-Maximilians-Uni. München Germany 6 61 C th li U i it f L B l i6 61= Catholic University of Leuven Belgium 7 68 Tilburg University Netherlands 8 69 Utrecht University Netherlands8 69 Utrecht University Netherlands 9 74= University of Maastricht Netherlands 10 78= Pompeu Fabra University Spain 23
  • W ld Times 2013 – TOP 10 CONTINENTAL EUROPE # World Rank Times 2013 TOP 10 CONTINENTAL EUROPE Arts & Humanities 1 21 Ludwig-Maximilians-Uni. München Germany1 g y 2 22 Freie Universität Berlin Germany 3 25 Ruprecht-Karls-Uni. Heidelberg Germany 4 28 University of Leiden Netherlands 5 29 Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin Germany 6 35 University of Vienna Austria6 35 University of Vienna Austria 7 36 Catholic University of Leuven Belgium 8 41 University of Amsterdam Netherlandsy 9 56 Eberhard-Karls-Universität Tübingen Germany 10 62 University of Helsinki Finland 24
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  • MOOC – Massive Open Online Course MOOC è un corso online con accesso aperto via web e strutturato per una partecipazione illimitata. 26
  •  “Powerful new online learning tools [MOOC] are rapidly evolving from resource to revolution, and they’re bringing higher education its most profound technological transformation in more than 500g f years,” declared MIT President L. Rafael Reif in his fall 2012 inaugural address.  At the same time, President Reif emphasizes, the Institute will “explore ways in which these new technologies might make on-campus, in-persontechnologies might make on campus, in person education even better—better at helping students develop their potential, magnify their creativity, extend their networks and achieve their dreams ”extend their networks, and achieve their dreams. 27
  •  Tutte le università europee Top 10 sono impegnate in iniziative MOOC. Alcune ospitano i loro MOOC su piattaforme SA ( C d ) lUSA (e.g. Coursera, edX, …), mentre altre stanno sviluppando proprie piattaforme.  Il New York Times ha eletto il 2012 “L'Anno del MOOC”.  La rivista Time ha dichiarato che i MOOC aprono le porte alla Ivy League per le masse [The term Ivy League has connotations of academic excellence, selectivity in d i i d i l liti ]admissions, and social elitism].  MOOC Production Fellowship è una iniziativa germanico- europea di iversity e Stifterverband für die Deutsche WissenschaftWissenschaft.  FLOT : Formation en Ligne Ouverte à Tous, MOOC donné en langue française (MOOC : Massive Online Open Course, cours interactif diffusé sur le web ) Vedere ENSinteractif diffusé sur le web.) Vedere ENS 28
  • # World Rank TOP 10 CONTINENTAL EU & MOOC PLATFORM 1 14 Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich, ETHZ Torque Initiative * 2 36 Karolinska Institutet, Solna edX (Klx)2 36 Karolinska Institutet, Solna edX (Klx) 3 37 Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne, EPFL Coursera 4 55 L d i M i ili U i Mü h C4 55 Ludwig-Maximilians-Uni. München Coursera 5 61 Catholic University Leuven, UCL edX 6 63= Georg-August-Uni Göttingen iversity6 63 Georg August Uni. Göttingen iversity 7 65= Ecole Normale Supérieure Paris Coursera 8 67 University of Leiden Coursera 9 68 R ht K l U i H id lb i it9 68 Ruprecht-Karls-Uni. Heidelberg iversity 10 69 Delft University of Technology edX * "Tiny Open-with-Restrictions courses focused on Quality and 29 Tiny, Open with Restrictions courses focused on Quality and Effectiveness". The term highlights the importance of teaching quality.
  • Caratteristiche Metodologia 30
  •  Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2013 Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2013, powered by Thomson Reuters, ha l'ambizione di valutare le performace delle università di livello mondiale in tutte le loro missioni fondamentali - didattica, ricerca, trasferimento di conoscenze e prospettive internazionali. L l ifi f i f ti l ti ilib ti La classifica fornisce confronti completi, equilibrati e attendibili a studenti, docenti, dirigenti universitari, industrie e governi.  La metodologia utilizza 13 indicatori – qualitativi e quantitativi - raggruppati in 5 categorie.  Sito: www.timeshighereducation.co.uk/ 31
  • Criterion Indicator WeightCriterion Indicator Weight Citations – research 1 - Citations impact (normalized average citations per paper). Database: Thomson 30% influence Reuter’s Web of Science. Teaching - the learning 1 - Income per academic 2 R t ti l t hilearning environment 30% 2 - Reputational survey – teaching 3 - PhD awards per academic 4 PhD awards / bachelor’s awards4 - PhD awards / bachelor s awards 5 - Undergraduates admitted per academic 32 Source: www.timeshighereducation.co.uk/
  • Criterion Indicator Weight Research – volume, income and reputation 1- Papers academic and research staff 30%2 - Research income (scaled) and reputation 3 - Reputation survey – research International mix staff and 1 - Ratio of international to domestic studentsmix – staff and students students 7,5%2 - Ratio of international to domestic staff 3 - Proportion of internationally co-3 - Proportion of internationally co- authored research papers Industry income 1 - Research income from industry (per 2 5% 33 - innovation academic staff) 2,5%
  • Ti Hi h Ed ti W ld U i it R ki h Times Higher Education World University Rankings ha come obiettivo la valutazione della intera gamma delle attività universitarie, dalla didattica alla ricerca fino al f d ll d 3trasferimento della conoscenza (sistema di misura su 13 indicatori) www.timeshighereducation.co.uk/world- university-rankings  La classifica ARWU valuta prevalentemente la “Università che ricerca” (6 indicatori inclusi: numero di docenti e alumni che hanno vinto Premi Nobel e Fields Medalsalumni che hanno vinto Premi Nobel e Fields Medals, numero di pubblicazioni in riviste di alto livello, citazioni). www.arwu.org  QS orientata principalmente a valutare la “Università che insegna” (6 indicatori, inclusi: reputazione ed eccellenza didattica, valutazione dei datori di lavoro, internazionalizzazione) www.topuniversities.com 34
  •  Classifica Generale – valutazione globale dellag università per quanto riguarda didattica, e/o ricerca, e/o trasferimento della conoscenza  Classifica per Settori e Facoltà - la più significativa per le università specializzate e lesignificativa per le università specializzate e le singole facoltà 35
  •  studenti per scegliere università e corsi di laurea,  accademici per decisioni informate sulla loro carriera,  team di ricerca per identificare nuovi partnerp p per le collaborazioni scientifiche,  manager delle università per confrontare, ina age delle u ve s tà pe co o ta e, modo competitivo, le performance e definire le priorità strategiche. 36
  •  http://www.timeshighereducation.co.uk/world-university- rankings/2013-14/world-ranking/region/europerankings/2013 14/world ranking/region/europe  www.mladiinfo.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/08/ eth_zurich.jpg (ETHZ)  http://www.topboxdesign.com/wp-content/uploads/2011 /04/Sweco-Architects-Karolinska-Institutet-Science-Park- design-by-Sweco-Architects-588x366 jpg (Karolinska)design-by-Sweco-Architects-588x366.jpg (Karolinska)  http://boiling2012.epfl.ch/files/content/sites/boiling2012/f iles/epfl_1.jpg (EPFL)  http://www.ppw.philosophie.uni-munchen.de/bilder/ web_bilder_l/hauptgebaeude_l.jpg (München) 37
  •  http://mladiinfo.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/12/ Katholieke university.jpg (Leuven)Katholieke_university.jpg (Leuven)  http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/c/cf/G%C 3%B6ttingen_Aula_May06.jpg (Gottinghen)  http://www.ens.fr/IMG/image/ecole-gravure.jpg (ENS)  http://mladiinfo.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/12/ http://mladiinfo.com/wp content/uploads/2009/12/ leiden_university.jpg (Leiden)  http://rhein-neckar.bundesimmobilien.de/387166/ Heidelberg_Universitaet.jpg?size (Heidelberg)  http://www.e-architect.co.uk/images/jpgs/holland/ h l j d kk 140108 1 j (D lf )geotechnology_jeannedekkers140108_1.jpg (Delft) 38
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