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Best universities in Europe and the world Ranking 2019


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Best universities in Europe and the world Ranking 2019

For international students, rankings are one way to choose the most suitable higher education institution. Consider which universities were included in the list of the best universities in the world in 2019 according to the authoritative The Times Higher Education Ranking.

Note that ranking is a complex and serious process: this is a large research that takes into account a variety of indicators of the university’s effective performance. So, to compile its tops, The Times Higher Education takes the following indicators as a basis:

  • The reputation of the university, which is measured by scientific activity and educational level. In order to define the international reputation of the university, THE considers the views of the global expert community
  • Citation - 12 thousand academic journals over 15 years are taken into account
  • The ratio of publications among the teaching staff
  • University financial solvency
  • The ratio of the number of teachers to the number of students
  • The ratio of the number of foreign teachers to local
  • Number of defended dissertations
  • Average remuneration for teachers.

The ranking does not include universities that deal with narrow and specific areas. According to experts, such a complex study allows you to achieve maximum objectivity, since all the results and calculation methodology are in the public domain. Ranking calculation is checked by PricewaterhouseCoopers audit company.

So, TOP-10 universities:

TOP-10 includes universities from 2 countries - the UK and the USA: in these countries, education continues to be considered standard, prestigious and expensive.

Oxford University has been in first place in the world ranking for three years now. As for Cambridge and Stanford Universities, they are also unchanged here, universities are stably located at 2 and 3 places. All the universities included in the TOP-10 have strong research centers, high-class programs in the most popular specialties, and excellent conditions for students.

However, this is not all universities where students can get the best education possible. Consider no less interesting and prestigious educational institutions, located from 11 to 50 place:

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