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Analysis and criticism[change | change source]

The HEC acknowledges that rankings are "a debatable subject all over the world".[1] It defines its ranking system as a measure to strengthen the quality of higher education, provide a tool for self-assessment, as well as ensure that universities achieve domestic and international competitiveness in education, innovation and research.[1] (various ranking systems) [1] [2]

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[6] [7] [8] [9] [10] UNESCO

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