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Which are the best Universities in the world ranked and rated strictly based on ISO certification, quality, infrastructure and research?. On the first episode, we focused on the top 5 universities and this episode reveals the other 5 universities that made it in the top ten.
6. Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).
In 150 years, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) based in USA has produced more than 70 Nobel laureates, eight of whom are members of its current faculty. From its 168-acre Charles River campus, more than 10,000 students are instructed in architecture and planning; engineering; humanities, arts and social sciences; management; science; and health sciences and technology.
7. Princeton University
At the heart of American academic life since its charter in 1746, Princeton is one of the smallest of the private Ivy Leaguers, but can boast more than 30 Nobel laureates among its past faculty and alumni. Its 500-acre campus accommodates around 5,000 undergraduates and 2,500 postgraduates overseen by more than 1,100 academics. Princeton is proud to be associated with revolutionary alumni such as Wilson Wodroow a one time US President and Albert Einstein whose invention changed the world.
8. University of California, Berkeley.
Vitamin E was identified here, a lost Scarlatti opera found, the flu virus identified and America’s first no-fault divorce law drafted. A gold-rush by-product, the university by San Francisco Bay was chartered in 1868. To date, more than 20 faculty members have become Nobel laureates. Today’s student body consists of about 36,000 members, more than 10,000 of them postgraduates. The University boast of a buffet of inventions over decades ranging from health to tech.
9. Imperial College London
Imperial College London is a prestigious British university, specializing in science, engineering, medicine and business. With an emphasis on research, Imperial has four faculties – medicine, natural science, engineering and business. Founded in 1907 as a constituent college of the University of London, it became independent in 2007. Its main campus in London’s museum quarter and seven others house more than 14,000 students and 7,500 staff .
9. Yale University.
It tied at position 9 with the Imperial College London. Yale University is America’s third-oldest university has nurtured five US presidents and 17 Supreme Court justices. Its endowment is worth more than $16 billion and it has around 12.5 million books in its 24 libraries. Residential colleges and mascots started here. Its Class of 2014 will contain 1,940 students, a record low three-in-40 acceptance rate. Some of its notable alumni are George Bush and Hillary Clinton.
That marks the end of the top ten best Universities worldwide as per 2014/2015 Times Higher Education ranking.
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