November 28, 2020

Reference: THE Announces World University Rankings 2018

From Times Higher Education:

The University of Oxford has held on to the number one spot for the second year in a row, while the University of Cambridge has jumped from fourth to second place.

Cambridge’s rise comes at the expense of the California Institute of Technology, which was number one between 2012 and 2016, number two last year, and now shares third position with Stanford.

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Nearly all of the US’ top-200 representatives (59 out of 62) faced drops in their research income per academic staff member and future levels of federal research income under the Trump administration are in doubt. Two-fifths of the universities in this elite group (29) have dropped ranks.

Meanwhile, although Australia has maintained a relatively steady performance, its position in future years may suffer if the government goes ahead with plans to cut funding by 2.5 per cent, which would result in an A$2.8 billion (£1.7 billion) loss in income across the sector.

Read the Complete Article and Top 10 List

Resources

Complete Rankings (Top 1000) (Interactive Resource)

World University Rankings 2018: Now Starring a Cast Of Thousands

Download: World University Rankings 2018 Digital Supplement (Free, Reg. Required)

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