Best Univeristies in the World

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If you want to get a decent job these days, a university education is the way to go. In any country, jobs value those that have been educated beyond high school. Plus, the university experience is a unique one full of stress, homework, and fun. From your social to professional life, a university education will be the best pick for you. So, which university in this world is the best?

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University College London 4 votes 1

University College London

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The University College London is, needless to say, found in London. It is the third-oldest university in England, and the first university to admit students of all races, genders, classes, and religions in equality. Undergraduate education is all about high-quality research. And studying abroad is a huge part of the undergraduate program.

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Harvard University 3 votes 2

Harvard University

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Harvard is a private institution located in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Established in 1636, it is one of the oldest universities at least in the U.S. It began as a Congregationalist and Unitarian clergy. But eventually evolved into the excellent school it is today.

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Imperial College London 1 votes 3

Imperial College London

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This college in London, England, was founded in 1907, and was originally part of the University of London. In 2007, it broke apart from U of L. This school founded penicillin, developed holography, and set up the foundations of fibre optics. It is consistently considered one of the top UK institutions for research quality in the UK.

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University of Toronto 1 votes 4

University of Toronto

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The University of Toronto is a public university founded in 1827. It places a large emphasis on research-intensive, liberal arts education. This has been the place of many scientific discoveries, like stem cell research and the electron microscope. It also has the largest academic library system in Canada.

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Massachusetts Institute of Technology 1 votes 5

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

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Located in Cambridge, Massachusetts, MIT is one of the most popular universities in the world. It focuses on scientific, engineering, and technological education and research. Although a great undergraduate school, it mostly houses graduate and professional programs.

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National University of Singapore 1 votes 6

National University of Singapore

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The National University of Singapore was originally founded in 1905 as the Straits Settlements and Federated Malay States Government Medical School. It underwent many changes until it reached today's title, the National University of Singapore in 1980. It is very closely tied to the development of Singapore.

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ETH Zurich (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology) 0 votes 7

ETH Zurich (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology)

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ETH Zurich, found in Zurich, Switzerland, was founded in 1855 as a polytechnic institute. Einstein went here! It is well known for its mathematics, physics, and chemistry programs.

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McGill University 0 votes 8

McGill University

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McGill University is a state-funded university found on Montreal, Quebec, Canada. It was founded in 1821. Its alumni include twelve Nobel Laureates. It includes two campuses: the Montreal campus and the MacDonald campus.

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University of Hong Kong 0 votes 9

University of Hong Kong

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The University of Hong Kong was founded in 1911, during the British Colonial era. It is the oldest third-level institution in Hong Kong. The language that is used in classes in English.

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Australian National University 0 votes 10

Australian National University

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The Australian National University was founded in 1946 by an Act of Parliament as a public, post-graduate research university. However, it did start taking undergraduates in 1960.

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