The Best Universities in the World in 2013/2014 by QS Rankings

The new World University Rankings for 2013/2014 have been published by QS. In general, there are not significant changes compared to the report last year. There is just 4 universities dropping out of the top 100.

According to the founder of QS, the stability is a good sign because students can narrow down their choices easier. Again we are seeing US and UK are dominating this list with top-ranked universities. The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) continues beating Havard to be the best university in the world.

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For more details, you can check out the rankings below.

Rank – Overall Score University
1 – 100.0 Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
2 – 99.2 Harvard University
3 – 99.0 University of Cambridge
4 – 98.9 UCL (University College London)
5 – 98.8 Imperial College London
6 – 98.7 University of Oxford
7 –  96.8 Stanford University
8 – 96.5 Yale University
9 – 96.2 University of Chicago
10 – 96.1 California Institute of Technology (Caltech)
10 – 96.1 Princeton University
12 – 94.3 ETH Zurich (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology)
13 – 93.8 University of Pennsylvania
14 – 93.6 Columbia University
15 – 92.5 Cornell University
16 – 92.1 Johns Hopkins University
17 – 91.3 University of Edinburgh
17 – 91.3 University of Toronto
19 – 90.9 Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne
19 – 90.9 King’s College London (KCL)
21 – 90.6 McGill University
22 – 90.5 University of Michigan
23 – 90.1 Duke University
24 – 89.4 National University of Singapore (NUS)
25 – 89.0 University of California, Berkeley (UCB)
26 – 88.6 University of Hong Kong
27 – 88.5 Australian National University
28 – 87.8 Ecole normale supérieure, Paris
29 – 87.3 Northwestern University
30 – 86.6 University of Bristol
31 – 86.0 The University of Melbourne
32 – 85.7 The University of Tokyo
33 – 85.2 The University of Manchester
34 – 84.4 The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
35 – 84.1 Kyoto University
35 – 84.1 Seoul National University
37 – 83.0 University of Wisconsin-Madison
38 – 82.9 The University of Sydney
39 – 82.3 The Chinese University of Hong Kong
40 – 81.9 University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA)
41 – 81.1 Ecole Polytechnique
41 – 81.1 Nanyang Technological University (NTU)
43 – 80.9 The University of Queensland
44 – 80.8 New York University (NYU)
45 – 80.5 University of Copenhagen
46 – 80.0 Peking University
47 – 79.8 Brown University
48 – 79.7 Tsinghua University
49 – 79.4 University of British Columbia
50 – 79.3 Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg

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