The Times Higher Education‘s “World University Rankings” has been released for 2020. So which schools topped this particular university ranking? Wonder no more. University of Oxford took the top spot. Oxford is followed by the California Institute of Technology, University of Cambridge, Stanford University, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Princeton University, Harvard University, Yale University, the University of Chicago, and Imperial College London, respectively. So of the top ten ranked schools, seven are universities right here in the United States.
Oxford, Caltech Lead THE University Ranking
Beyond the top ten, ranking 11th is the University of Pennsylvania. UPenn is followed by: Johns Hopkins University, the University of California, Berkeley, ETH Zurich, UCL, Columbia University, the University of California, Los Angeles, the University of Toronto, Cornell University, Duke University, the University of Michigan, Northwestern University, Tsingua University, Peking University, and National University of Singapore.
As reports Simona Vigodner for The Daily Pennsylvanian in an article about the 2020 Times Higher Education university ranking, “Times Higher Education analyzed 13 factors, including staff-to-student ratio, doctorate-to-bachelor’s ratio, institutional income, research influence, proportion of international students. They also considered the reputation of the institutions in teaching and research.”
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