Top 100 Best Universities in the World (2019 Update)

25-06-2019 10:06

Best Universities in the World – If there is one thing that is common today, it would be school, we have lots of them and sometime you just get confuse which is the best, so to help you out, I will be listing the top 100 best universities in the world.

Best Universities in the World

1

 

 University of Oxford

 

The University of Oxford is the first primogenital school in the English-speaking world and the world’s 2nd oldest current university. While its precise establishment date is unidentified, there is proof that teaching commenced 1096.

 

 

2

University of Cambridge

 

Established in 1209, the University of Cambridge is an academic public research institution.

The university 800-year of history makes it the 4th eldest surviving university in the world and the 2nd oldest university in the English-speaking world.

 

3

 

Stanford University

 

Situated in the heart of Silicon Valley, Stanford University was established in 1885 by Jane and Leland Stanford, “to foster the public welfare by having an influence on behalf of humanity and civilization.” Since its inception in 1891, Stanford’s faculty and students have operated to advance the health and welfare of people around the world via the detection and application of knowledge.
4

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

 

The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) is a self-governing, coeducational, private research university situated in the city of Cambridge, Massachusetts.

Founded in 1861, MIT objectives are to ‘advance knowledge and make ready students in science, technology and other area of study that will best profit the nation and the world today’. Its slogan is Mens et Manus, which interprets as “Mind and Hand”.

 

5

California Institute of Technology

 

The California Institute of Technology (Caltech) is a world famous science and engineering research and education institute, where unusual faculty and students pursue answers to intricate questions, learn new knowledge, lead invention, and change the future.

 

6

Harvard University

 

Going back as far as 1636, Harvard University is the oldest university in the United States and is viewed as among the most prestigious in the world.

It was named after its first patron, John Harvard, who left behind his library and half his estate to the institute at his death in 1638.

The private Ivy League institute has influences to more than 45 Nobel laureates, over 30 heads of state and 48 Pulitzer prizewinners. It has more than 323,000 living alumni, plus over 271,000 in the US and approximately 52,000 in 201 other nations. 13 US presidents have honorary degrees from the institute; the current of these was given to John F. Kennedy in 1956.

 

7

Princeton University

 

Princeton is one of the first universities in the US and is considered at as one of the world’s most memorable higher education institutes.

Instituted in 1746 as the College of New Jersey, it was formally name again Princeton University in 1896 in honor of the area where it is situated , opening its well-known graduate school in 1900.

 

8

Yale University

 

Yale University is an individual Ivy League research university which is the third oldest higher education institution in the United States

Yale history goes as far back as 1701, when it was established as the Academic School in Saybrook, Connecticut, which relocated to New Haven 15 years later.

In 1718 it was name again Yale College, in honor of Welsh patron Elihu Yale, and it was the first ever university in the United states  to award a PhD, in 1861.

 

9

Imperial College London

 

Imperial College London, a science-centered institute situated in the center of the capital, is considered as one of the United Kingdom leading institutions.

The college has about 15,000 students and 8,000 staff, with an emphasis on four major areas: engineering, science, medicine and business.

The institute has its origin in the idea of Prince Albert to make London’s South Kensington a center for education, with schools going together with the close Natural History Museum, Victoria and Albert Museum and Science Museum.

 

10

University of Chicago

 

The University of Chicago is a city research institution of higher education that has driven fresh ways of thinking since 1890. The university obligation to free and open inquiry draws motivated scholars to the global campuses, where concepts are established that dare and transform the world.

 

11

ETH Zurich

 

This school was established in 1855 as the Federal Polytechnic School, a period and a half far along ETH Zurich is now among some of the world’s most prominent schools in science and technology.

The institution has produced over 20 Nobel Prize Laureates, including the father of modern physics and the inventor of the general theory of relativity Albert Einstein.

 

12

Johns Hopkins University

 

Established in 1876, Johns Hopkins University (JHU) is an individually owned research university situated in Baltimore, Maryland. It got its name from its first patron, the American abolitionist, philanthropist and entrepreneur, Johns Hopkins. The academy’s slogan is ‘Knowledge for the world.’

 

13

University of Pennsylvania

 

Given its status as one of the nine original Colonial Colleges – institutions established before the US became a sovereign nation after the American Revolution and a establishing fellow of the Association of American Universities, it is no wonder the University of Pennsylvania (Penn) brags to be the major fully multi-faculty university in the USA.

 

14

UCL

 

UCL was established in 1826 to establish higher education to those who were normally omitted from it. In 1878, it became the only university in England to admit women on equal basis as men.

Situated in the heart of London, UCL is a basic college of the University of London and part of the Russell Group, with roughly 850 professors and about 6,000 academic and research workers

 

15

University of California, Berkeley

The University of California, Berkeley, a public research university, is considered as among the most prestigious state schools in the United States. Share of the University of California System, it was established in 1868.

Berkeley’s formation stemmed from a idea in the state constitution of a university that would “add even more than California’s gold to the splendor and pleasure of advancing generations”.

 

16

Columbia University

 

Established in the year 1754 as King’s College by the famous Royal Charter of King George II of England, Columbia is the first university in the state of New York and one of the first in the United States

Its key breakthrough is the Low Memorial Library that was made in the Roman Classical style and up till date houses the university’s central administration offices.

 

17

University of California, Los Angeles

 

University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) offers opportunities for inquiry, discovery, and education – and yet is a close community that provides a sense of belonging.

The campus is home to world-renowned faculty who teach in 230 undergraduate and graduate majors, with more than two dozen academic programmers ranked among the top 20 in their disciplines. The faculty provide more than 5,000 courses annually, with two-thirds of undergraduate classes having fewer than 30 students.

 

18

Duke University

 

Duke University, located in the US state of North Carolina, is one of the wealthiest private universities in America and a top producer of international scholars.

It was founded in 1838 as Trinity College but became known as Duke University only in 1924 after the Duke Endowment was established. The university describes itself as younger than most other prestigious research universities in the country.

 

19

Cornell University

 

Founded in 1865, Cornell University is a private Ivy League university with a mission to “discover, preserve, and disseminate knowledge”.

A federal land grant university with a private endowment, Cornell has six locations across the world.

Its main campus in Ithaca, New York State, covers 2,300 acres of the Finger Lakes region, and is so extensive that students can go hiking without even leaving the university.

 

 

20

University of Michigan

 

A public university founded in 1817, the University of Michigan had a rustic beginning. At its campus in Ann Arbor, west of Detroit, cows owned by the faculty once grazed, and as late as 1845, wheat was grown on site as part of a janitor’s remuneration.

By 1866, the university had become the largest in the country. Now, the University of Michigan is one of the biggest research universities in the United States. It boasts alumni including Gerald Ford, former US president; Larry Page, co-founder of Google; and actor James Earl Jones, the voice of Darth Vader.

 

21

University of Toronto

 

the University of Toronto (UoT) is among the world’s most prestigious universities. Founded in 1827, it offers over 700 undergraduate degree and 200 postgraduate degree programmers to a cohort of almost 60,000 students.

With a longstanding reputation for innovation and research, UoT was the birthplace of such ground-breaking scientific moments as the discovery of insulin and stem cell research, and the invention of the electron microscope.

 

22

Tsinghua University

 

Established in 1911, Tsinghua University is a unique comprehensive university bridging China and the world, connecting ancient and modern, and encompassing the arts and sciences. As one of China’s most prestigious and influential universities, Tsinghua is committed to cultivating global citizens who will thrive in today’s world and become tomorrow’s leaders. Through the pursuit of education and research at the highest level of excellence, Tsinghua is developing innovative solutions that will help solve pressing problems in China and the world.
22

National University of Singapore

 

A leading global university centred in Asia, the National University of Singapore (NUS) is Singapore’s flagship university, which offers a global approach to education and research with a focus on Asian perspectives and expertise.

 

23

 

Carnegie Mellon University

 

Located in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) is a private, global research university, and one of just 25 universities to be admitted to the World Economic Forum’s Global University Leaders Forum.

Its motto is ‘My heart is in the work’.

 

24

Northwestern University

 

With three campuses and a global presence, Northwestern University transcends traditional academic boundaries. Our highly collaborative environment provides our diverse students and faculty with exceptional opportunities for personal and professional growth.

Northwestern is one of the country’s leading private research and teaching universities. It has two campuses located on Lake Michigan: the 240-acre main campus in Evanston, about 12 miles north of downtown Chicago, and a 25-acre campus in Chicago. A third campus is located in Doha, Qatar. Northwestern has approximately 8,000 full-time undergraduate students and 13,750 masters and doctoral students, post-doctoral fellows and professional program students. A member of the Big Ten conference, its athletic teams are called the Wildcats. Morton Schapiro has served as president of Northwestern University since 2009.

 

24

London School of Economics and Political Science

 

The London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) is one of the foremost social science universities in the world, specialising in a wide range of social science disciplines, including economics, politics, sociology, law and anthropology.

of its ‘Old Building’ in 1920.

 

25

New York University

 

New York University (NYU) is one of the biggest private higher education institutes in the United States, and is highly regarded among American institutions.

Its history dates back to 1831, when the head of the US department of Treasury Albert Gallatin pushed forward the idea of establishing an easily accessible, innovative university in the most populous city in the US.

After almost two centuries of development, the institution became an academic centre that aims to set trends in global research and nurture talent from all the around the globe. It grants a significant amount to students in financial aid annually, in addition to generous funding for research.

 

26

University of Washington

 

The University of Washington is one of the largest and most prestigious higher education institutions on the west coast of the US.

degrees.

 

27

University of Edinburgh

 

Founded in 1583, the University of Edinburgh (UoE) is the sixth oldest university in the English-speaking world and one of Britain and Ireland’s seven ancient universities.

 

28

University of California, San Diego

 

The University of California, San Diego, commonly abbreviated as UCSD, is a public higher education institution, placed in the heart of the community of La Jolla, San Diego, United States. It was established in 1960 with donations from the city and the American aerospace corporation General Dynamics
29

Peking University

 

Peking University is a member of the C9 League, analogous to the Ivy League in the United States, and often ranked among the top higher education institutions in China. Only those who score highest in nationwide examinations are admitted, with a total enrolment of about 35,000.

In 1898 the then Imperial University of Peking was founded as the first national university covering comprehensive disciplines in China, replacing the ancient imperial academy which had for hundreds of years trained administrators for China’s civil service.

 

30

LMU Munich

 

LMU is recognized as one of Europe’s premier academic and research institutions. Since its founding in 1472, LMU has attracted inspired scholars and talented students from all over the world, keeping the University at the nexus of ideas that challenge and change our complex world.
31

University of Melbourne

 

The University of Melbourne is the leading centre of higher education and research in Australia. Founded in 1853, it’s situated in the heart of the world’s most liveable cities.

With a strong research performance, excellence in learning and teaching, and intellectual and social capital, the University is consistently positioned with the world’s leading universities and currently ranked number one in Australia and number 32 in the world

 

 

32

Georgia Institute of Technology

 

The Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech), founded in 1885 as a trade school, is among the world’s leading technological and scientific research institutions.

It has been ranked by Tech. Co as North America’s top public university for ‘the best-equipped graduates to make an impact in the world of technology’, and among the top 10 public universities in North America by U.S. News and World Report. It also produces more women engineers than any other institution in the nation.

 

33

École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne

 

École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), or the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne, is a public research university in Lausanne, Switzerland. Unusually for a Swiss university, it is controlled by the federal government.

The university originated from the École special de Lausanne, a school with just 11 students. In 1869 it became the technical department of the public Académie de Lausanne. After the academy became the University of Lausanne, the école established itself as a federal institute in its own right: EPFL.

 

34

University of Hong Kong

 

The University of Hong Kong (HKU) is renowned for its academic excellence, world class research programmes, global connections and social impact34. Inspired by its rich heritage, but always looking forward, HKU invites students to an educational journey that will prepare them to become globally-minded thinkers and leaders, and to tackle grand global challenges, to be able to adapt swiftly and effectively to unpredictable situations, so that they would be successful anywhere in today’s increasingly globlised society
35

University of British Columbia

 

The University of British Columbia (UBC) is a global center for teaching, learning and research, consistently ranked among the top 20 public universities in the world and recently recognized as North America’s most international university.
36 King’s College London

 

King’s is a leading university providing world-class teaching and cutting-edge research. We are ranked sixth in the UK for the quality and quantity of research activity (Research Excellence Framework 2014).
37

University of Texas at Austin

 

The go-ahead for a university to be built in Texas was first given in 1839, but a series of set-backs meant the University of Texas at Austin (UT Austin) was not established until almost a half century later. It was 1883 when UT Austin first opened its doors, with one building, eight professors and 221 students.
38

Karolinska Institute

 

The Karolinska Institute, based in Stockholm, Sweden, is among the world’s leading medical universities.

Its vision is to contribute to the improvement of human health via research and teaching.

 

39

Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

 

Established in 1991, the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST) is a world-class international research university dedicated to cutting-edge education and research.
40 Paris Sciences et Lettres – PSL Research University Paris

 

 Originally formed of five institutions, it has grown significantly to 9 academic and research member institutions and 10 affiliated institutions.
41

 

The University of Tokyo

The University of Tokyo was formed in 1877 when the Tokyo Kaisei School and Tokyo Medical School merged to create the faculties of law, science, letters and medicine, which came together with a university preparatory school.

Since then the University of Tokyo has merged with a number of schools and institutions to grow into a large research university.

 

42

University of Wisconsin-Madison

Located in Madison, the capital of the State of Wisconsin, the University of Wisconsin-Madison (UW) is a public, land-grant institution that was founded in 1848. It held its first class in the February of 1849.
43

McGill University

 

McGill is the oldest university in Montreal and one of just three English-language universities in Quebec. It is a public research institution that takes its name from Glaswegian merchant, James McGill, whose bequest in 1813 led to the formation of McGill College. In 1829 it was established as the nation’s first faculty of medicine.
44

Technical University of Munich

 

The Technical University of Munich was originally known as the Royal Bavarian Polytechnic of Munich when it was founded in 1868.

Specialising in the natural sciences, several inventors have studied at the institution, including Carl von Linde, who invented the refrigerator, and Rudolf Diesel, who conceived the diesel engine.

 

45

Heidelberg University

 

Heidelberg University, founded in 1386, is Germany’s oldest university. The research institution is a state university, covering a comprehensive range of subjects from the humanities to medicine, and is located in Baden-Württemberg
46

KU Leuven

 

Founded in 1425, KU Leuven has been a centre of learning for nearly six centuries. Today, it is Belgium’s highest-ranked university as well as one of the oldest and most renowned research universities in Europe.
47

Australian National University

 

The Australian National University (ANU) is a world-renowned research-intensive university located in Canberra, Australia’s capital city and seat of government.
48

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

 

The University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign, founded in 1867, is the flagship campus of the University of Illinois.

 

49

Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

 

A research-intensive public university, NTU Singapore has 33,000 undergraduate and postgraduate students in the colleges of Engineering, Business, Science, and Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences, and at its Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine which was established jointly with Imperial College London.
50

University of California, Santa Barbara

 

The University of California, Santa Barbara, often abbreviated as UCSB, is a prestigious research institute in the United States, which specialises in liberal arts.

As a Public Ivy university, UCSB is well regarded among US universities.

51

Brown University

 

Founded in 1764, Brown is the seventh oldest university in the United States, and one of its most renowned higher education institutions. It is part of the Ivy League and, as an institution that prides itself on openness, was the first of the members to accept students from all religious affiliations
52

Chinese University of Hong Kong

 

Founded in 1963, the Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) is a comprehensive research university with a global vision and a mission to combine tradition with modernity, and to bring together China and the West.
53

Washington University in St Louis

 

Founded in 1853, Washington University is an internationally renowned private research university with students and faculty from approximately 90 countries.

Washington University in St. Louis has been affiliated with 24 Nobel Laureates, many of whom did a significant portion of their award-winning work at the university.

 

54

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

 

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill was chartered in 1789 and began admitting students in 1795, making it the first public university in the US. It was also the only public university to award degrees in the 18th century and is one of the original eight Public Ivy schools.
55

University of Manchester

 

The University of Manchester is a Russell Group University. With almost 40,000 students, it boasts the largest student community in the UK.

With all its higher education institutions combined, the city of Manchester has the largest student population in Europe, which makes for a lively and welcoming atmosphere for its student body, that come from all over the world.

 

56

Delft University of Technology

 

Delft University of Technology (TU Delft) dates back to 1842 when King Willem II of the Netherlands founded the Royal Academy to train engineers and civil servants.

The institution was granted university status in 1986 and is now the oldest and largest university of technology in the Netherland

57

University of California, Davis

 

The University of California, Davis – part of the University of California system – is located in the city of Davis, in northern California’s Yolo County.
58

University of Sydney

 

The University of Sydney is one of the world’s leading, comprehensive research and teaching universities – we sit in the top one percent of universities worldwide.
59

Wageningen University & Research

 

Wageningen University and Research Centre (Wageningen UR) has the unique position of being the only university in the Netherlands to focus on healthy food and the living environment. Wageningen UR’s history dates back to 1876, when it opened as a national agricultural college
60

University of Amsterdam

 

At the University of Amsterdam (UvA) students can choose from nearly 200 English-taught degree programmes. The UvA ranks 59th overall in Times Higher World Rankings 2018 and is the top Dutch University in the THE Europe Teaching Rankings. With over 5,500 international students and researchers from more than 100 countries, the UvA offers a unique opportunity to pursue academic studies in a truly international environment.
61

 

Seoul National University

 

Seoul National University (SNU) honours the ideals of liberal education and aims to teach students a lifelong love of learning that will form the basis for continuous personal growth
62

Purdue University

 

Purdue University is the flagship institution of the Purdue University system, founded in 1869. The campus is located in the small city of West Lafayette – the most densely populated city in the state of Indiana.
63

Kyoto University

 

Kyoto University is one of the most accomplished research-oriented universities in Asia. This is due to a unique approach to education and research, which encourages the creativity and dialogue essential for groundbreaking research and discoveries.
64 University of Southern California

 

The University of Southern California opened for business in Los Angeles in 1880, when the city still lacked even basic amenities such as paving stones and electric light, and long before it became the glitzy capital of the movie industry.
65

Humboldt University of Berlin

 

Established more than 200 years ago, in 1810, the Humboldt University of Berlin is one of the most prestigious universities not only in Germany, but in Europe. It has a world class reputation in arts and humanities fields.
66

Leiden University

 

throughout its history the university has stood for freedom and its motto, Praesidium Libertatis, translates as ‘bastion of freedom’, dating back to when its founder conferred university status on Leiden in recognition of the city’s resistance against Spanish invaders.
67

University of Queensland

 

68

Erasmus University Rotterdam

 

 Erasmus University Rotterdam (EUR), an international research university with more than 100 years of experience helping bachelor, master, and PhD students pursue their ambitions in the areas of wealth, health, governance, and culture.
69

University of Minnesota Twin Cities

 

The University of Minnesota Twin Cities is the second largest institution of higher education in the Midwest of the US by enrolment and the largest of a university system with several campuses spread across Minnesota.
70

Ohio State University

 

Ohio State University was established in 1870 as an agricultural and mechanical college, but with a wide-ranging curriculum that included English and ancient and foreign languages. This legacy has continued to the present day, with the university still offering a broad liberal arts education.
71

Sorbonne University

 

Sorbonne University is a public university in Paris, France, which was officially established in 2018 following the merger of Paris-Sorbonne University and Pierre and Marie Curie University
72

Boston University

 

Boston University is located in the heart of what many view as the world’s greatest university city.

With more than 32,500 undergraduate and graduate students from more than 130 countries, it is one of the largest universities in the greater Boston area, which is home to more than 100 higher education institutions.

 

73

Utrecht University

 

Utrecht University is located in Utrecht in the Netherlands and is one of the oldest universities in the country.

The university consists of seven faculties including humanities; social and behavioural sciences; law, economics and governance; geosciences; medicine; veterinary medicine and science.

74

University of Freiburg

 

Despite being founded more than 550 years ago, the University of Freiburg is only the fifth oldest university in Germany.

Nonetheless, its long history teaching across sciences and humanities subjects has earned its reputation as one of Germany’s elite universities worldwide.

 

75

McMaster University

 

Since 1887, McMaster University has been dedicated to the cultivation of human potential, a commitment we demonstrate everyday through our ground-breaking approaches to teaching and learning and our world-class, interdisciplinary research.
76

University of Bristol

 

Founded in 1876, the University of Bristol combines a proud tradition of academic excellence with an innovative, forward-thinking spirit. Bristol is ranked joint fifth in the UK for research intensity (Times Higher Education analysis of REF 2014).
77

University of Warwick

 

 

The University of Warwick, based on the outskirts of the city of Coventry, England, first opened its doors in 1965.

Academically, the university is known also for its commitment to research. Warwick maintains around 30 academic departments, organised into four faculties: Arts, Medicine, Science and Social Science.

 

78

Pennsylvania State University

 

Pennslyania State University is one of the “Public Ivies”: a publicly-funded institution which is thought to provide a standard of education comparable to that offered by the elite Ivy League.
79

University of Maryland, College Park

 

Founded in 1856, the University of Maryland is a public research university and the largest university in the Washington Metropolitan Area.
80

Sungkyunkwan University (SKKU)

Sungkyunkwan University (SKKU) is a world-class institution of higher education that has existed for more than six centuries. Since its founding as a royal Confucian academy in 1398 at the dawn of the Joseon Dynasty (1392-1910), SKKU has demonstrated strong academic leadership.
81 Emory University

 

Emory University is renowned for its liberal arts college, professional schools and one of the leading healthcare systems in America’s southeast.

It was founded in 1836 as a small Methodist college in Georgia, in a town n

 

82 Monash University

 

Monash is Australia’s largest university. A member of Australia’s prestigious Group of Eight universities, Monash has more staff, more students, more courses and more campuses around the globe than any other Australian university.
83 Rice University

 

 

Rice University is an intimately sized research university in the heart of Houston, Texas, with a focus on undergraduates and a reputation for unconventional thinking.
84 RWTH Aachen University

 


The RWTH Aachen University was founded in 1870 after Prince William of Prussia decided to use a donation to set up an institute of technology somewhere in the Rhine Province.
85 Uppsala University

 

Founded in 1477, the historic Uppsala University was the first to be founded within both Sweden and the whole of Scandinavia.
86 University of Tübingen

 

The University of Tübingen Eberhard Karls is a respected academic authority in humanities, natural sciences and theology.
87 Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin

 

Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin is one of the largest university hospitals in Europe.

Its motto is: ‘Forschen, Lehren, Heilen, Helfen’, which translates as ‘Research, Teaching, Healing, Helping.’

Dating back to 1710, the hospital was originally built in response to a plague epidemic in Eastern Prussia. By 1727 it had become a military hospital and educational training centre, and renamed Charité.

 

88 University of Montreal

 

Deeply rooted in Montreal and dedicated to its international mission, University of Montreal is a leading research university.

With its affiliated schools, Polytechnique Montreal (engineering), and HEC Montreal (business), University of Montreal is one of the largest university complexes in North America.

 

89 University of Zurich

 

Founded in 1833, the University of Zurich (UZH) was the first university in Europe to be established by a democratic government rather than a monarch or the church.
90 University of Science and Technology of China

 

Located in Hefei, the capital of the Chinese Province of Anhui, the University of Science and Technology of China (USTC) was founded in 1958 to meet the country’s growing science and technology needs while boosting its international competitiveness.
91 University of Glasgow

 

The University of Glasgow is a public research university in Glasgow, Scotland. It is one of Scotland’s four ancient universities, and it is the fourth oldest university in the English speaking world. It is a member of the Russell Group and Universitas 21.
92 Michigan State University

 

Michigan State University (MSU) was created in 1855 and was the first of America’s “land-grant” universities  — institutions handed land to create an environment “where the leading object shall be, without excluding other scientific and classical studies and including military tactics, to teach such branches of learning as are related to agriculture and the mechanic arts…in order to promote the liberal and practical education of the industrial classes in the several pursuits and professions of life.”
93 University of California, Irvine

 

Established in 1965 and part of the University of California (which comprises 10 institutions), UC Irvine is the only research university in Orange County that’s in the Association of American Universities (AAU).
94 University of New South Wales

 

UNSW Sydney is Australia’s global university. We have been at the forefront of clever ideas and ground-breaking discoveries since 1949. Our focus is on transforming these ideas and discoveries into activities that lead to social progress and economic prosperity.
95 Lund University

 

Founded in 1666, Lund University is a public research university in Sweden that consistently ranks among the world’s top universities.

Located in the city of Lund, in southern Sweden (close to Denmark and Germany), the university also has campuses in Malmö and Helsingborg.

 

96 Dartmouth College

 

Founded in 1769, Dartmouth College is a private, Ivy League university located in Hanover, New Hampshire. Its undergraduate college is home to more than 40 departments and programmes, while it also has graduate schools of Arts and Sciences, Medicine, Engineering, and Business.
97 University of Helsinki

 

The University of Helsinki (UH) offers a wide range of Master’s Degree Programmes, taught entirely in English. The scope of our programmes is 120 ECTS credits, completed with two years of fulltime study.
98 Zhejiang University

 

Zhejiang University (ZJU) is one of China’s leading higher education institutions, as well as one of its oldest; its roots can be traced back to 1897 and the founding of the Qiushi Academy.
99 Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST)

 

Located in the science and research hub of Daedeok Innopolis in Daejeon, South Korea, the Korean Advanced Institute of Science and Technology has developed into an active institution, often placed among some leading universities in global scientific education and research
100 University of Basel

 

he University of Basel was founded in 1460 and is the oldest university in Switzerland. As a comprehensive university offering a wide range of high-quality educational opportunities, the University of Basel attracts students from Switzerland and the entire world, offering them outstanding studying conditions as they work towards their bachelor’s, master’s or PhD degrees.

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