Universities' Reputation

Universities' Reputation

Autor: Juan Manuel Mora (coord.)
Colección: Educación. Fuera de colección
Año: 2015
Páginas: 120
Peso: 0,220 Kg.

Precio: 12,00 € (11,54 € sin IVA)

One of the pillars that supports an acceptance of the university as a social, educational and knowledge generating institution is reputation.

The reputation of a university, or any other higher education institution, is ultimately an emblem of its acceptance amongst a variety of stakeholders –peers, experts, students and parents, funding bodies, media, employers, profesional organitations, international organitations, etc.

Over the course of its pages, inernational academics from universities and industry experts have reflecte don the origin, characteristics and, above all, the scope –institutional, economic, and social- of the reputation of universities. 

Following the tradition of university, it is relevant to condense the most important ideas of this Universities’ Reputation in ten points, at the end of the book.




- John Haldane. Director of the Centre for Ethics, Philosophy and Public Affairs. University of St.Andrews.

- Concepción Naval. Dean of the School of Education and Psychology. University of Navarra.

- Rupert Younger. Director of the Oxford University Centre for Corporate Reputation. Oxford University.

- Pilar Lostao. Vice President for International Relations. University of Navarra.

- Louise Simpson. Director of The World 100 Reputation Network. The Knowledge Partnership.

- Juan Manuel Mora. Vice President of Communications. University of Navarra.

- Dr.Jan Sadlak. President, IREG Observatory on Academic. Ranking and Excellence.

- Víctor Pérez-Díaz. Sociopolitical Analysts.

- Juan Carlos Rodríguez. Sociopolitical Analysts.

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