A report on QS World University Rankings

Annual publication of university rankings by Quacquarelli Symonds .

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Times Higher Education World University Rankings

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Annual publication of university rankings by the Times Higher Education (THE) magazine.

Annual publication of university rankings by the Times Higher Education (THE) magazine.

Regions with universities included in the reputation league tables.

The THE Rankings is often considered one of the most widely observed university rankings together with the Academic Ranking of World Universities, the QS World University Rankings, and others.

College and university rankings

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College and university rankings order the best institutions in higher education based on factors that vary depending on the ranking.

College and university rankings order the best institutions in higher education based on factors that vary depending on the ranking.

From 2004 to 2009 the QS rankings were published in collaboration with Times Higher Education and were known as the Times Higher Education-QS World University Rankings.

Academic Ranking of World Universities

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One of the annual publications of world university rankings.

One of the annual publications of world university rankings.

Academic Ranking of World Universities, 2003–2018, Top ten

ARWU is regarded as one of the three most influential and widely observed university rankings, alongside QS World University Rankings, Times Higher Education World University Rankings, and others.

Coat of arms of RMIT

RMIT University

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Public research university in Melbourne, Australia.

Public research university in Melbourne, Australia.

Coat of arms of RMIT
Construction of the Working Men's College (1880s)
Early crest (1900s)
Emily McPherson College (1930s)
The "green brain" of Building 22 (Singer Building) on the Melbourne City campus
Design Hub building on the left, corner of Swanston and Victoria Streets
School of Art buildings on the Melbourne City campus
Alumni Courtyard was created from the ruins of the Old Melbourne Gaol
Building 220 on the Bundoora campus
Building 1 (Francis Ormond Building), left, and Building 20 (Former Magistrates' Court), right, on the Melbourne City campus is home to the RMIT Chancellery
Building 80 (Swanston Academic Building) on the Melbourne City campus, home to the College of Business
Building 1 (Francis Ormond Building) and Building 3 (Old Kernot Engineering School) on the Melbourne City campus
Swanston Library is located in Building 8 on the Melbourne City campus
RMIT Gallery and First Site Gallery are housed in the historic section of Storey Hall on the Melbourne City campus
Café in Building 80 (Swanston Academic Building) on the Melbourne City campus
Spiritual Centre on the Melbourne City campus

It is rated a five star university by Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) and is ranked 15th in the World for art and design subjects in the QS World University Rankings, making it the top art and design university in Australia and Oceania.

Times Higher Education–QS World University Rankings

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The term Times Higher Education–QS World University Rankings refers to rankings published jointly between 2004 and 2009 by Times Higher Education and Quacquarelli Symonds (QS).

The term Times Higher Education–QS World University Rankings refers to rankings published jointly between 2004 and 2009 by Times Higher Education and Quacquarelli Symonds (QS).

Since 2010 these rankings are known as the QS World University Rankings when Times Higher Education started publishing another ranking with methodology developed in partnership with Thomson Reuters in 2010, known as the Times Higher Education World University Rankings.

University of Melbourne

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Public research university located in Melbourne, Australia.

Public research university located in Melbourne, Australia.

Old Quad, the original building of the University of Melbourne
The original University of Melbourne building, 1857, Victoria Illustrated collection, State Library Victoria.
The view of the Melbourne Law School, Business and Economics, The Spot and Alan Gilbert Building.
Main entrance (Gate 10) to Parkville Campus of the University of Melbourne from Grattan Street
Autumn at the university grounds
Old Arts Building (1919-1924) in Parkville Campus of University of Melbourne.
Baillieu Library in Parkville Campus. January, 2014
Inside the Baillieu Library in January, 2014
The Grainger Museum on Royal Parade.
Ground of Melbourne University Cricket Club in Parkville
Melbourne University women's football player jostles for best position in a marking contest

In the QS World University Rankings 2022, the university ranks 37th globally and 2nd in Australia, behind the Australian National University.

University of California, Berkeley

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Public land-grant research university in Berkeley, California.

Public land-grant research university in Berkeley, California.

View from Memorial Glade of Sather Tower (the Campanile), the center of Berkeley—the ring of its bells and clock can be heard from all over campus.
Sather Tower (the Campanile) looking out over the San Francisco Bay and Mount Tamalpais
Wheeler Hall, home to Berkeley's largest lecture hall, was the location of a Nobel Prize conferral during WWII.
The interior of the Hearst Mining Building, dedicated by Phoebe Hearst in honor of her late husband, George.
Doe Memorial Library is Berkeley's main library
The Haas School of Business offers both graduate and undergraduate degrees
The on-campus University of California Museum of Paleontology hosts a life-size replica of a T-rex.
Simplified evolution of Unix systems and BSD forks
Sather Gate, connecting Sproul Plaza to the inner campus, was a center of the Free Speech Movement.
Bancroft Library, Berkeley's primary special-collections library
The UC Botanical Garden, located in the Berkeley Hills and by the Berkeley Lab.
South Hall (1873), one of the two original buildings of the University of California, still stands on the Berkeley campus
The south fork of Strawberry Creek, as seen between Dwinelle Hall and Lower Sproul Plaza.
Fans atop Tightwad Hill watch the Cal Band, with views of the stadium and the San Francisco Bay.
The International House was opened in 1930 with the funding of John D. Rockefeller.
Bowles Hall, a co-ed residential college, neighbors the Hearst Greek Theatre.
Wellness Room sleep pods: part of a program created by the ASUC, UC Berkeley's official student association
Berkeley Dance Marathon, one of the campus's student-led fundraising events
Zellerbach Hall, home of the Cal Performances theater group
UC Berkeley Symphony Orchestra
The base of the California Memorial Stadium.
The interior of Haas Pavilion during a Cal Basketball game.
The Cal Bears face off against the Stanford Cardinal in the Big Game.
Cal Rugby football team has not only won at least 26 national championships but many more 'Scrum Axe' competitions (where a ceremonial Native American battle axe affixed to a trophy is awarded to winner) such that by the 1930s it was designated as the annual trophy exchanged between Cal and Stanford Rugby teams
Earl Warren, BA 1912, JD 1914, 14th Chief Justice of the United States, 30th Governor of California
Steven Chu, PhD 1976, Nobel laureate, 12th United States Secretary of Energy
Jennifer Granholm, BA 1984, 16th United States Secretary of Energy, 47th Governor of Michigan
Zulfikar Ali Bhutto, BA 1950,<ref>{{cite web|title=Zulfikar Ali Bhutto|publisher=Encyclopædia Britannica Online|url=http://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/64265/Zulfikar-Ali-Bhutto}}</ref> 4th President of Pakistan, 9th Prime Minister of Pakistan
Robert Reich, Professor of Public Policy, 22nd United States Secretary of Labor
Christina Romer, Professor of Economics, 25th Chairperson of the President's Council of Economic Advisers
Steve Wozniak, BS 1986, cofounder of Apple Inc.
Gordon Moore, BS 1950, cofounder of semiconductor company Intel
Eric Schmidt, MS 1979, PhD 1982, Executive Chairman of Alphabet
Edmund Gerald "Jerry" Brown, Jr, BA 1961, 34th & 39th Governor of California
Blake R. Van Leer, MS 1920, inventor, civil rights advocate, president of Georgia Tech
Gregory Peck, BA 1939, Academy Award–winning actor
Natalie Coughlin, BA 2005, multiple gold medal-winning Olympic swimmer
Haakon, Crown Prince of Norway, heir apparent to the throne of Norway, BA 1999<ref>"Her Norwegian heritage drew her to projects with the Norwegian Consulate in San Francisco and the Norwegian American Cultural Society, and she hosted a party for Crown Prince Haakon Magnus when he graduated from UC Berkeley in 1999."{{cite news|title=Sigrun Corrigan, Bay Area arts patron, dies|author=Carolyne Zinko|date=July 3, 2008|publisher=San Francisco Chronicle|url=http://articles.sfgate.com/2008-07-03/bay-area/17174224_1_mrs-corrigan-lsi-logic-ballet-san-jose}}</ref>
Robert McNamara, BA 1937, 5th President of World Bank, 8th United States Secretary of Defense, President of Ford Motor Company
Daniel Kahneman, PhD 1961, awarded the 2002 Nobel Memorial Prize in Economics for his work in Prospect theory
Harold Urey, PhD 1923, Nobel laureate and discoverer of deuterium
The computer mouse was invented by Turing Award laureate Doug Engelbart, BEng 1952, PhD 1955
President of Colombia, Pedro Nel Ospina Vázquez
Robert Laughlin, BA 1972, Nobel laureate
Turing Award laureate Ken Thompson (left), BS 1965, MS 1966, and fellow laureate and colleague Dennis Ritchie (right), created Unix together
Robert Penn Warren, MA 1927 – novelist and poet, who received the Pulitzer Prize three times
Emmy and Golden Globe Award–winning actress Kathy Baker, BA 1977

For 2020, QS World University Rankings places Berkeley fourth among all US universities and first among publics.

Coat of arms of the University of Auckland

University of Auckland

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Public research university based in Auckland, New Zealand.

Public research university based in Auckland, New Zealand.

Coat of arms of the University of Auckland
Coat of arms of the University of Auckland
The clock tower building (Old Arts Building) on the City Campus. The building is protected as a 'Category I' historic place, and was finished in 1926. It is considered an Auckland landmark and icon of the university.
University House, a former synagogue, leased by the university
Plaque commemorating the opening of the Science Centre of the University of Auckland by the Queen Mother in 1966. The plaque is currently placed outside Large Chemistry Lecture Theatre in Building 301 of the Science Centre.
Inside the Recreation Centre of the University of Auckland City Campus in 2019. The Recreation Centre is scheduled to be replaced by a new Recreation and Wellness Centre by mid 2020s.
Part of the Medical School buildings at Grafton
Alfred Nathan House (Building 103) of the University of Auckland, which currently houses the School of Graduate Studies and AskAuckland Central
The School of Population Health building on the Tāmaki Campus
Buildings 303 (left) and 302 (right) of the Science Centre at the City Campus of the University of Auckland
Building 529 (Old Liggins Building) of the University of Auckland Grafton Campus
The University of Auckland Innovation Institute China (UOAIIC) in Hangzhou, China
Albert Barracks wall remnant and the General Library on the City Campus (June 2012)
Rom Harré
Jane Taylor
Lucy Lawless
David Lange
Tuilaepa Aiono Sailele Malielegaoi
Jo Aleh
Portrait of Professor Roger Curtis Green from the Department of Anthropology

It is the largest, most comprehensive and highest-ranked university in New Zealand and consistently places among the top 100 universities in the QS World University Rankings.

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

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Private land-grant research university in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

Private land-grant research university in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

Stereographic card showing an MIT mechanical drafting studio, 19th century (photo by E. L. Allen, left/right inverted)
Original Rogers Building, Back Bay, Boston, c. 1901
A 1905 map of MIT's Boston campus
The then-new Cambridge campus, completed in 1916. The Harvard Bridge (named after John Harvard but otherwise unrelated to Harvard University) is in the foreground, connecting Boston to Cambridge.
Plaque in Building 6 honoring George Eastman, founder of Eastman Kodak, who was revealed as the anonymous "Mr. Smith" who helped maintain MIT's independence
ROTC students at MIT in 2019
The MIT Media Lab houses researchers developing novel uses of computer technology and shown here is the 1985 building, designed by I.M. Pei, with an extension (right of photo) designed by Fumihiko Maki opened in March 2010
The central and eastern sections of MIT's campus as seen from above Massachusetts Avenue and the Charles River. Left of center is the Great Dome overlooking Killian Court, with Kendall Square to the upper right.
MIT's Building 10 and Great Dome overlooking Killian Court
The Stata Center houses CSAIL, LIDS, and the Department of Linguistics and Philosophy
The Simmons Hall undergrad dormitory was completed in 2002
Lobby 7 (at 77 Massachusetts Avenue) is regarded as the main entrance to campus
The Infinite Corridor is the primary passageway through campus.
Eero Saarinen's Kresge Auditorium (1955) is a classic example of post-war architecture
Walker Memorial is a monument to MIT's fourth president, Francis Amasa Walker
MIT main campus seen from Vassar Street, as The Great Dome is visible in the distance and the Stata Center is at right
The GNU project and free software movement originated at MIT
The start of the MIT Mystery Hunt in 2007
The Zesiger Sports and Fitness Center houses a two-story fitness center as well as swimming and diving pools
Institute Professors Emeriti and Nobel Laureates (from left to right) Franco Modigliani (deceased), Paul Samuelson (also deceased), and Robert Solow (picture taken in 2000)
Apollo 11 astronaut Buzz Aldrin, ScD 1963 (MIT Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics)
Former UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan, SM 1972 (MIT Sloan School of Management)
President of Colombia (1986–1990) Virgilio Barco Vargas, SB 1943 (MIT Civil and Environmental Engineering)
Former Federal Reserve Bank chairman Ben Bernanke, PhD 1979 (MIT Department of Economics)
Economics Nobel laureate Esther Duflo, PhD 1999 (MIT Department of Economics), also an MIT professor<ref>{{cite web |title=Curriculum Vitae (Esther Duflo) |url=https://economics.mit.edu/files/14455 |publisher=MIT |access-date=13 October 2020}}</ref>
Physicist and Nobel laureate Richard Feynman, SB 1939 (MIT Department of Physics)<ref>{{cite web |title=Richard P. Feynman - Biographical |url=https://www.nobelprize.org/prizes/physics/1965/feynman/biographical/ |publisher=Nobel Foundation |access-date=12 September 2020}}</ref>
Astronaut and USAF Colonel Michael Fincke, SB 1989 (MIT Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics), SB 1989 (MIT Department of Earth, Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences)
Sculptor Daniel Chester French, Did not graduate
Economics Nobel laureate Paul Krugman, PhD 1977 (MIT Department of Economics)
Space Shuttle Challenger astronaut and physicist Ronald McNair, PhD 1976 (MIT Department of Physics)
Israeli Former Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, SB 1975 (MIT Architecture), SM 1976 (MIT Sloan School of Management)
Architect I. M. Pei, BArch 1940 (MIT Architecture)
Claude Shannon, PhD 1940 (MIT Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science)
CEO of General Motors Alfred P. Sloan, SB 1895 (MIT Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science)
"Boston" guitarist Tom Scholz, SB 1969, SM 1970 (MIT Department of Mechanical Engineering)
Astronaut and engineer Mike Massimino, PhD 1992 (MIT Department of Mechanical Engineering)
Chemist and Nobel laureate Robert Burns Woodward, SB 1936, PhD 1937<ref>{{cite web |title=Robert B. Woodward - Biographical |url=https://www.nobelprize.org/prizes/chemistry/1965/woodward/biographical/ |publisher=Nobel Foundation |access-date=4 October 2020}}</ref>

For several years, U.S. News & World Report, the QS World University Rankings, and the Academic Ranking of World Universities have ranked MIT's School of Engineering first, as did the 1995 National Research Council report.

Nanyang Technological University

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National research university in Singapore.

National research university in Singapore.

Clinical Sciences Building
Nanyang Technological University Residential Hall
NTU shuttle bus on Campus Rider
The North Spine
School of Art, Design and Media
Administration Building of Nanyang Technological University.
Chinese Heritage Centre, formerly the Administration Building of Nanyang University.
Nanyang Lake

NTU is consistently ranked within the top 80 universities in the world according to most rankings, and including the top 20 in the QS World University Rankings.