QS World University Rankings 2023

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The best universities in the world revealed

LONDON, June 9, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — QS Quacquarelli Symonds, global higher education analysts, has released the nineteenth edition of the QS World University Rankings, with 1,418 establishments spread over 100 sites. The results represent 16.4 million academic papers and 117.8 million citations received by those papers; they also reflect the expert opinions of 151,000 university professors and 99,000 employers. Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) celebrates eleven years as the best university in the world. The University of Oxford (4e) loses two places while University of Cambridge (2n/a) won a.

Strong points

  • UNITED STATES: 103/201 universities ranked down, 29 up. Twenty-five are new entrants.
  • UK: 48/90 universities declined, ten improved. Intensely collaborative: 55% of its research involves global collaborations compared to 20% on average worldwide.
  • Canada: 20/31 universities drop out. McGill university (31st) is the new national leader.
  • Australia retains five of the top 50 universities, but stagnates, with as many universities improving as declining.
  • China (Mainland), the third most represented higher education system (71 universities), welcomes for the first time two of the 15 best universities in the world: Peking University (12e) and Tsinghua University (14e).
  • India: more improvements than falls; All the first nine institutions go up.
  • Asiathe best university is national university of singapore (11e).
  • Malaysia, South Korea and Indonesia improved while Japan and Thailand decreases.
  • ETH Zürich remained continental Europe best university for fifteen consecutive years.
  • FranceThe merged universities move up the rankings, with Université PSL (26e) enters the top 30.
  • University of Buenos Aires (67e) is confirmed Latin America better. Hampered by low research impact scores, more universities on the continent are falling than they are rising.
  • from the Arab region best university – King Abdulaziz University, 106e – reached a record level.
  • Africais the University of Cape Town (237e). Only five universities on the continent
    are among the top 500

QS World University Rankings 2023: Top 20

2023

2022

1

1

MIT

WE

2

3=

University of Cambridge

UK

3

3=

Stanford University

WE

4

2

University of Oxford

UK

5

5

Harvard University

WE

6=

6

Caltech

WE

6=

seven

imperial college london

UK

8

8=

UCL

UK

9

8=

ETH Zürich

Swiss

ten

ten

University of Chicago

WE

11

11

national university of singapore

Singapore

12

18

Peking University

China

13

13

University of Pennsylvania

WE

14

17

Tsinghua University

China

15

16

Edinburgh University

UK

16=

14=

EPFL

Swiss

16=

20

princeton university

WE

18

14=

Yale University

WE

19

12

Nanyang Technological University

Singapore

20

21

Cornell University

WE

© QS Quacquarelli Symonds 2004-2021 https://www.TopUniversities.com/.

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