The Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2023 include 1,799 universities from 104 countries and regions, becoming the world's most diverse rankings.
Times Higher Education Ranking
It provides a snapshot of how global higher education is changing from a student's perspective, as well as a glimpse into how governments and industry experts view it.
The University of Oxford from the UK tops the ranking for the seventh time in a row.
In second place, Harvard University remains, while Cambridge University jumps from joint fifth to joint third.
With 177 institutions, the US is the most represented country overall, as well as the most represented in the top 200 (58).
Five new countries, all of which are in Africa, are added to the ranking (Zambia, Namibia, Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Mauritius).
There is a new renaissance taking place in Saudi Arabia and the UAE, driven largely by innovation and knowledge. In the world rankings, Saudi Arabia has improved the most by national average score, rocketing from 190th position last year to 101st position this year.
University of Oxford (UK)
Harvard University (USA)
University of Cambridge (UK)
Stanford University (US)
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (US
California Institute of Technology (US)
Princeton University (US)
University of California (US)
Yale University (US)
Imperial College London (UK)
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