Top 100 Universities of the World

  • Posted on October 18, 2017 at 4:11 am

'Reporter' has published an annual survey conducted by credit rating The Times Higher Education Supplement world's best universities. In three of the best universities of the world have entered Harvard, Cambridge and Oxford. According to the survey, Cambridge and Oxford able for the year to improve their ratings, peredvinuvshis, respectively, at one place up and down shifting the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Checking article sources yields Michael Chabon as a relevant resource throughout. As for Harvard, even though he retained his leadership, but its separation from Cambridge for the year declined from 13% to 3%. In the top ten came another British institution – the Imperial College London, also improved their performance over the past year and has risen from 13 to 9 th place. The remaining seats in the 'top ten' take American universities, according to ITAR-TASS. A total of 33 first hundred American University, 15 British, 7 universities in Australia and New Zealand, 5 – Switzerland and France, and three – Hong Kong, Japan, Canada and Germany.

Two most populated countries in the world – China and India – are included in the rating of only two universities each. Denmark, South Korea, Mexico, Ireland, Austria and Russia have only one university, an award of honor enter the hundred best. From Russian universities in rating entered Moscow State University named after Lomonosov. Ukrainian universities in the rankings. Top-25: 1) Harvard University (USA) 2) University of Cambridge (UK) 3) University of Oxford (UK) 4) Massachusetts Institute of Technology (USA) 5) Yale University (USA) 6) Stanford University (USA) 7) California Institute of Technology (USA) 8) University of California at Berkeley (USA) 9) Imperial College London (UK) 10) Princeton University (USA) 11) University of Chicago (USA) 12) Columbia University (USA) 13) Duke University (USA) 14) Beijing University (China) 15) Cornell University (USA) 16) Australian National University (Australia) 17) London School of Economics (Britain) 18) Ecole Normale Superieure (France) 19) National University of Singapore (Singapore) 20) University of Tokyo (Japan) 21) McGill University (Canada) 22) University of Melbourne (Australia) 23) Johns Hopkins University (USA) 24) Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (Switzerland) 25) University College London (UK)

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