Can you spot your university in the worlds top ten for 2018?

Massachusetts Institute Of Technology

Founded in 1861, Massachusettes Institute Of Technology (M.I.T) is the best university in the world according to the QS world university rankings. This particular university achieved maximum scores across the board.

Including research, employability, teaching, facilities, internationalisation, innovation, specialist critria and inclusiveness.

M.I.TY is also the best in the world for a number of subjects too. These include architecture, linguistics, computer science and information systems, engineering and technology, chemistry, mathematics, economics, and econometrics.

Standford University

Based in Silicon Valley in California. Stanford University is second in the world according to the latest rankings.

Across these subject areas…
Art and humanities, engineering and technology, life science and medicine, social sciences and management and natural sciences.

Harvard University

Harvard is America’s oldest institution of higher education and the third best university in the world. Barak and Michelle Obama, Bill Gates and Facebook founder all studied here.

California Institute Of Technology

Caltech is particularly strong in STEM subjects including chemical engineering, the biological sciences, chemistry, earth and marine sciences, physics and astronomy and the natural sciences.

The California Institute Of Technology is a small but powerful research and teaching institution based in Pasadena, California.

University Of Cambridge

The University of Cambridge was founded back in 1209. Some of its most famous alumni include Sir Isaac Newton, Ian McKellen, Steven Hawking and Emma Thompson.

According to data, University Of Cambridge is fifth in graduate employment rankings.

University Of Oxford

The sixth best university in the world and the eight in the world for employment rankings. This UK university is best for English language and literature, geography, archaeology, anatomy and physiology, arts and humanities.

University College London UCL

UCL is one of the worlds top multidisciplinary universities, with an international reputation for the quality of its research and teaching.

University College London boasts 29 Nobel laureates so far with at least one every decade since the establishment of the prizes in 1901.

Imperial College London

Imperial College London is a one of a kind institution in the UK focusing solely on science, engineering, medicine, and business.

University of Chicago

Established in 890, the University Of Chicago is private research university with 15,365 students. UChicago is currently ranked 9th in the world and has many prominent alumni including 13 billionaires and 57 Rhodes Scholars.

ETH Zurich – Swiss Federal Institute

ETH Zurich 500 professors and 20,000 students come from more than 120 countries. Consistently ranked the highest university in Continental Europe.

The institution’s track record of scientific excellence includes 12 Nobel laureates, among them Albert Einstein.