Thursday, October 9, 2008

Times Higher Education Supplement University Ranking 2008

1. HARVARD University

2.YALE University
3.University of CAMBRIDGE
4.University of OXFORD
5.CALIFORNIA Institute of Technology (Calt...
6.IMPERIAL College London
7.UCL (University College London)
8.University of CHICAGO
9.MASSACHUSETTS Institute of Technology (M...

10.COLUMBIA University

11.University of PENNSYLVANIA
12.PRINCETON University
13.DUKE University
14.JOHNS HOPKINS University
15.CORNELL University
16.AUSTRALIAN National University
17.STANFORD University
18.University of MICHIGAN
19.University of TOKYO
20.MCGILL University
22.KING'S College London
23.University of EDINBURGH
24.ETH Zurich (Swiss Federal Institute of T...
25.KYOTO University
26.University of HONG KONG
27.BROWN University
28.École Normale Supérieure, PARIS
29.University of MANCHESTER

30.National University of SINGAPORE(NUS)
31.University of CALIFORNIA, Los Angeles (U...
32.University of BRISTOL
33.NORTHWESTERN University
35.University of BRITISH COLUMBIA
36.University of California, BERKELEY
37.The University of SYDNEY
38.The University of MELBOURNE (My dream school)
39.HONG KONG University of Science & Techno...
40.NEW YORK University (NYU)

Asking me where is MU, UUM, USM and blah blah blah, I don't know, cuz they are simply not in the listing of the top 200. Well, in this year, Havard continues to root itself on the top of the list for four consecutive years and there are rather not many unexpected changes in the list which predictable. And also I found this site ( very useful for us who may concern on future study and also finance and accomdation problems on distance learning.

By, Mr. Fundus

1 comment:

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