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i.e. via global sur­veys of aca­demics and em­ploy­ers on an in­sti­tu­tion’s rep­u­ta­tion for the sub­ject as well as eval­u­a­tion of re­search im­pact based on ci­ta­tions per pub­li­ca­tion and h-in­dex,” said Shahizah.

For Shar­mani, recog­ni­tion of the dis­ci­pline’s in­ter­na­tional strength is a sign that the fac­ulty’s pro­gramme is de­signed on a model com­pa­ra­ble to that of UK and the US uni­ver­si­ties, which are still widely per­ceived as canon­i­cal cen­tres for the study of Lit­er­a­ture in English. “More im­por­tantly, our world rank­ing of­fers a much needed con­text

Shar­mani Pa­tri­cia Gabriel

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