World's best Universities

World's best Universities

The world's best universities have the world's best teachers, there are research opportunities. Talented students dream of studying in world famous universities. Many parents also want their children to climb the heights of fame by studying in these schools. Every year various educational research institutes survey the institutions of higher education spread across the world. The quality of these universities is determined by different indicators in different categories.

1) Massachusetts Institute of Technology / MIT

 2) Stanford University


3) Oxford University

 4) University of Cambridge

 5) California Institute of Technology

 6) Harvard University

 7) University of Pennsylvania

 8) Yale University

 9) Imperial College of London

 10) University of Chicago

 11) Princeton University

MIT at the top

First in the list of the best is the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. The university is primarily known for research in physiology and engineering, but is now also popular in biology, linguistics, economics and management. The university was established in 1861 in the city of Cambridge, USA. The renowned university has a history of scientific discoveries and technological contributions to its success. The research of the first chemical reaction of penicillin, the development of radar, the discovery of the quack and the invention of the magnetic core memory took the university to unique heights. The educational institution has five separate schools. The schools are..

Architecture and Planning



Arts and Social Sciences

Management and Science.

This university has 1000 faculty for more than 11000 students.

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

MIT students are currently engaged in numerous developmental researches including Digital Learning Management, Big Data, Sustainable Energy, Human Health. Former students of the university include 85 Nobel laureates, 58 scientists, including former United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan.

Stanford advances research

Along with MIT, the famous university is Stanford University. The famous research institute was established in 1885. Built on 8,180 acres of land, the university has 18 research buildings and seven large campuses. The campuses are: Graduate School of Business, School of Earth, School of Energy and Environmental Sciences, Graduate School of Education, School of Engineering Humanities and Sciences, School of Law and School of Medicine. The university has 2,180 faculty and 1,800 doctoral degree specialists for 16,300 students. 19 Nobel laureates, two presidents, 17 astronauts and many famous players have studied in the university closely related to the "Silicon Valley" of the United States.

Oxford is the pride of the British

The 121-year-old university has 22,000 students taking higher education every year. Talents from 140 countries come here to study. The university consists of 44 colleges and halls. There are more than 100 libraries. It is the largest university in the British Empire. Oxford alumni are called 'Oxnians'. So far 25 thousand famous people have spent their education in this school. 4 English monarchs, 8 foreign monarchs, 120 Olympians, 26 Nobel laureates, 7 famous writers, 30 world leaders (26 British Prime Ministers including Bill Clinton, Indira Gandhi), 7 priests, 18 'Cardinals' and one  Pope studied at Oxford. Stephen Hawking, Oscar Wynd, Margaret Thatcher also came from this school.

University of Cambridge

The university is among the best ever. Cambridge University was founded in 1209. Cambridge is the second oldest English-speaking university in the world. Even among the oldest universities in the world, the university is fourth. 18 thousand students of the world took lessons from this 800-year-old school. The University of Cambridge is divided into 31 colleges from which students can study in 150 faculties.The university has its own six ancient schools.

They are Arts and Humanities, Biological Sciences, Clinical Medicine, Humanities and Social Sciences, Physical Sciences and Technology. There are over 100 libraries across Cambridge that hold over 1.5 million books. There are also art, scientific and cultural museums that are open to the public throughout the year. There is also a green botanical garden. 90 Nobel laureates graduated from this British university. Many famous people like Sir Isaac Newton, Stephen Hawking, Charles Darwin, Jagadish Chandra Bose, Srinivas Ramanujan, Jay Thomson have spent their student life in this university.

California Institute of Technology best in innovation

California Institute of Technology, USA. As the name suggests, the university is recognized for world-renowned science and engineering research. Founded in 1891, the university is a private university in Pasadena, California. Talented people know this university as Caltech. Students look for answers to all complex questions in this institution. The students of the college are doing research on all the modern inventions here, along with shaping the future of these researches, the students here are addicted. Caltech has six academic departments with an emphasis on science and technology, research and innovation. Very few lucky ones get the opportunity to study in this school. The alumni of the school are not less famous. 35 Nobel laureates and 71 US Medal of Science and Technology awardees completed their education here. The design and operation of most of NASA's spacecraft is overseen from the California Institute of Technology. The university has also made a great contribution to the various national fields of the United States.

Harvard is home to famous people

Harvard is one of the oldest universities in the world. This prestigious educational institution was established in 1636. It was named after John Harvard, the head of the university in 1638. Its position in the list of the world's best remains at the beginning. The university has produced many famous people. 45 Nobel laureates, 30 statesmen and 48 Pulitzer winners completed the golden chapter of their studies from this famous school. In the history of Harvard, out of 323 thousand students, 52 thousand students came to study from 201 countries. 13 US presidents received honorary degrees from Harvard University, including John F. Kennedy. Located in Massachusetts, the campus has 12 schools, two theaters and a museum.

University of rich students

The University of Pennsylvania is America's wealthiest student factory. 25 people who passed from this university are billionaires. The university is the first university in the United States and the fourth oldest university in the world. Benjamin Franklin founded the university in 1749. The university is a private university in Pennsylvania and also a member of the Ivy League. Mainly in arts and humanities, social sciences, architecture and communication, the university has a world-class reputation.

Yale University

The first university was founded in Connecticut in 1701 as Saybrook Collegiate. 15 years later the school moved to 260 acres of land in New Haven. In 1718, the name was changed to Yale University. At that time i.e. around 1861, it was the only university in the United States to offer Ph.D. The entire university consists of 14 schools and departments of humanities, arts, sciences and social sciences.

Imperial College of London

Imperial College of London is also in the list of best universities. This school has about 15 thousand students and 8 thousand officers and employees. The institution mainly focuses on science and research, engineering, medicine and business. Along with the college, there are natural, Victoria and Albert museums in the campus. Even students here publish a science magazine. Fleming of San Alexandra and 13 other Nobel laureates spent their education here.

The University of Chicago is famous for its discoveries

In the 18th century, the University of Chicago was established in America with the financial support of John D.Rockefeller. The university is famous for modern research and inventions. Basically, the most importance is given here on discovery and research. A total of 80 Nobel laureates in the world and 30 American National Medalists were former students of the institution. Robert E.Lucas, James J. Hackman, Roger Meyerson, Lars Peter Hanson are among the Nobel laureate faculty of the university over the years.

Princeton steeped in history

The history of Princeton University is also very old. This school was established in New Jersey in 1747. This university is loved by students for sports and entertainment. Princeton is always on the list of best schools. 40 Nobel laureates graduated from this university, which is also famous for research. Chemists Thomas Lindahl and Osamu Shimomura, economists Paul Causeman and Angus Deighton, and physicists Arthur Macdonald and David Gross are among some who have won Nobel Prizes as students of this famous school.

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