Ang "Gintong Tatsulok" ay isang grupo ng mga natatanging pamantasan sa timog Ingglaterang siyudad ng Cambridge, Oxford at Londres. [1]

Ang mga sulok ng tatsulok ay binubuo ng mga sumusunod: Pamantasan ng Cambridge, Pamantasan ng Oxford at ng apat na pamantasan na nasa Londres: Imperial College London, London School of Economics, King's College London at ng University College London.[2][3] Ang mga miyembro ng tatsulok ay ang may pinakamalaking mga sweldo sa pananaliksik ng mga pamantasan sa United Kingdom at nakikihalubilo sa mga grupo ng mga unibersidad,[4] SES-5,[5] Global Medical Excellence Cluster (GMEC)[6][7] at MedCity.[8] Ang pangalang ito na dating inimbento para tawagin ang grupo ng mga pamantasan sa United Kingdom na may malalaking sweldo sa pananaliksik, ay naging palayaw na para sa miyembro nito na itinuturing na mga prestihyoso at may mga matataas na reputasyon sa bansa ng United Kingdom.[9]

Mga sanggunian baguhin

  1. "Golden opportunities". Nature. 6 July 2005.: "No longer rivals, Oxford, Cambridge and London are now working towards a common goal — ensuring the 'golden triangle' becomes a global science hub."
    • "Oxbridge windfall". Times Higher Education. 4 August 1995.: "A large amount of the cash awarded to humanities postgraduates still goes to the "Golden Triangle" of Oxford, Cambridge and London, British Academy figures reveal."
    • Kershaw, Alison. "UK universities slip in rankings", The Independent, 4 October 2012: "Rankings editor Phil Baty said: "Outside the golden triangle of London, Oxford and Cambridge, England's world-class universities face a collapse into global mediocrity."
    • For LSE, see two articles by Zoe Corbyn.
    • "In research, small is just as beautiful", Times Higher Education, 26 November 2009: "The findings reveal the full extent of the dominance of the golden triangle: papers from the universities of Oxford, Cambridge, Imperial College London, University College London and the London School of Economics were cited far more often than the world average," and
    • "'Golden triangle' to win funding riches", Times Higher Education, 11 February 2010: "The other institutions in the Cambridge-Oxford-London 'golden triangle' - University College London, Imperial College London and the London School of Economics - will also receive big cash windfalls, as will the University of Manchester."
  2. Jha, Alok. "Gold rush", The Guardian, 3 June 2003: "The golden triangle of Oxford, Cambridge, University College London and Imperial College, show no sign of slowing down in their race away from the rest of the sector when it comes to research funding."
    • OECD Reviews of Regional Innovation OECD Reviews of Regional Innovation, North of England, UK, OECD, 2008, p. 222: "The "Golden Triangle" of ... the universities of Oxford and Cambridge, Imperial College and University College of London ..."
    • Mullins, Justin. "England's golden triangle", New Scientist, 23 April 2005: "Take a look at any of the various league tables ranking universities around the world ... Oxford and Cambridge are in the top handful, while London's University College and Imperial College sit comfortably in the top 25. ... London, Oxford and Cambridge are a 'golden triangle' of academic success."
    • Clark, Paul. "The golden triangle holds the secret", Times Higher Education, 1 March 2002: "Suppose, for the sake of argument, that the four institutions comprising the 'golden triangle' - Cambridge, Imperial College, Oxford and University College London - elect not to receive their block Higher Education Funding Council for England grant for teaching."
    • That the golden triangle consists of Oxford, Cambridge and Imperial College, see The future sustainability of the higher education sector, House of Commons, Education and Skills Committee, The Stationery Office, 2007, p. 241.
  3. "Super elite in secret bid for cash boost". Times Higher Education. 6 February 2004. Nakuha noong 30 March 2014.
  4. "Research heavyweights deny 'ganging up'". Times Higher Education. 9 May 2013. Nakuha noong 30 March 2014.
  5. ""GMEC"". Inarkibo mula sa ang orihinal noong 2014-03-06. Nakuha noong 2015-06-20.
  6. "Collaborate and listen, The Guardian, Tuesday 19 December 2006"
  7. "MedCity launched to promote South East's science 'golden triangle'". BBC News. 8 April 2014. Nakuha noong 8 April 2014.
  8. Espinoza, Javier. "Britain climbs up world university rankings". The Telegraph.