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The youth of the world university rankings released in Asia accounted for the top six according to the British "Guardian" reported on September 21st, in the latest 50 Under 50 ranking (the world’s 50 best short time to build up to 50 years of university rankings, Australia) and Asia science and Technology College of science and technology occupy a number. Singapore’s Nanyang Technology ranks the first in three years, and the next five are Hongkong and Korean universities, which means that Asian universities monopolize the top six. Half of the top ten are science and technology universities, including Sydney Polytechnic University, ranking 8 in the year and entering the world’s top 200 for the first time. University of Maastricht in Holland ranks seventh, ranking first in European universities. Of the 50 colleges, Australia has the largest 10, followed by Spain’s 5, followed by Malaysia and Hongkong’s 4. Only two British universities are on the list, fifteenth of University of Dundee and forty-seventh of Sterling College. Each university’s ranking criteria are based on QS World University Rankings: academic reputation, employer reputation, teacher student ratio, academic citation, and international faculty ratio. 50 Under 50 of the top ten universities (last year, world university rankings, countries and regions, the establishment of Nanyang Technology University (1 year) 1, 13, Singapore, 1991) 2 Hong Kong University Science & Technology (2, 36, Hongkong, 1991) 3 Korea Institute of science and Technology (3, 46, South Korea, 1971 (4, 4) of City University Hong Kong 55, Hongkong, 1984) (5, 83, 5 Pohang University of Science and Technology, South Korea, 1986 (6111) 6 Hong Kong Polytech University, Hongkong, 1994 (8173) 7 University of Maastricht, Holland, 1976 (14193) 8 University of Technology Sydney, Australia, University of Autonoma Barcelona (1988) 9 10203, Spain, 1968 (13209) 10 Universiteit Antwerpen, Belgium, 1971 (Internship) compiler: Chen Quan reviewer: Wu Ting) (Higher Education)

世界年轻高校排名发布 亚洲高校占前六位  据英国《卫报》9月21日报道,在最新的50 Under 50 ranking (世界最好的50所建立时间短于50年的大学)排名中,澳大利亚和亚洲的科技理工类大学占据了多数。   新加坡的南洋理工连续三年排名榜首,接下来的五位都是香港和韩国高校,这意味着亚洲高校独占了前六位。   前十位中有一半是科技理工类院校,包括悉尼理工大学,该校今年排名上升了8位,首次进入世界前200。   荷兰的马斯特里赫特大学排名第7,位居欧洲高校第一。50所院校中,澳大利亚占据了最多的10所,接下来是西班牙的5所,然后是马来西亚和香港的4所。   只有两所英国大学上榜,分别是第15位的邓迪大学和第47位的斯特灵大学。   每所大学的排名标准都基于QS世界大学排行的指标:学术声誉、雇主声誉、师生比例、学术引用以及国际教员比例。   50 Under 50 大学排名前十位  (去年排名,世界大学排名,国家与地区,建立年份)   1 南洋理工大学(1,13,新加坡,1991)   2 香港科技大学(2,36,香港,1991)   3 韩国科学技术院(3,46,韩国,1971)   4 香港城市大学(4,55,香港,1984)   5 浦项科技大学(5,83,韩国,1986)   6 香港理工大学(6,111,香港,1994)   7 马斯特里赫特大学(8,173,荷兰,1976)   8 悉尼科技大学(14,193,澳大利亚,1988)   9 巴塞罗那自治大学(10,203,西班牙,1968)   10 安特卫普大学(13,209,比利时,1971)   (实习编译:陈全 审稿:吴婷) (高等教育)相关的主题文章: