The United States and the United Kingdom's six "super brands" have pulled farther away from the rest of the world's colleges and universities, but the nations’ other colleges and universities are increasingly vulnerable to global competition, according to Times Higher Education's 2013 World Reputation Rankings, a leading ranking of the world's universities, the Huffington Post reports. The rankings use the Thomson Reuters Academic Reputation Survey to measure the power of universities' global brands within the market for the best professors, brightest students, richest business investors and most innovative research partners. The "super brands" have held the...

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