In response to the same forces that have propelled the world economy toward global integration, universities have also become more self-consciously global: seeking students from around the world who represent the entire spec­ trum of cultures and values, sending their own students abroad to prepare them for global careers, offering courses of study that address the challenges of an inter­ connected world and collaborative research programs to advance science for the benefit of all humanity. To capture these developments, NEWSWEEK devised a ranking of global universities that takes into account openness and diversity, as well as distinction in research.



We evaluated schools on some of the measures used in well-known rankings published by Shanghai Jiaotong University and the Times of London Higher Education Survey. Fifty percent of the score came from equal parts of three measures used by Shanghai Jiatong: the number of highly-cited researchers in various academic fields, the number of articles published in Nature and Science, and the number of articles listed in the ISI Social Sciences and Arts & Humanities indices. Another 40 percent of the score came from equal parts of four measures used by the Times: the percentage of international faculty, the percentage of international students, citations per faculty member (using ISI data), and the ratio of faculty to students. The final 10 percent came from library holdings (number of volumes).



Here is our ranking:



1. Harvard University  

2. Stanford University  

3. Yale University  

4. California Institute of Technology  

5. University of California at Berkeley  

6. University of Cambridge  

7. Massachusetts Institute Technology   

8. Oxford University  

9. University of California at San Francisco  

10. Columbia University  

11. University of Michigan at Ann Arbor  

12. University of California at Los Angeles  

13. University of Pennsylvania  

14. Duke University  

15. Princeton Universitty  

16. Tokyo University  

17. Imperial College London  

18. University of Toronto  

19. Cornell University  

20. University of Chicago  

21. Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich  

22. University of Washington at Seattle  

23. University of California at San Diego  

24. Johns Hopkins University  

25. University College London



(僅列前25名,詳情請洽:http://0rz.net/011IJ





看了有種飄飄然的感覺呢(笑)



其實那天轉學生輔導的時候,帶隊的學長就跟大家分享了這個好消息,



那時候以為只是全美排行前22名(那樣也不錯啦XD)



沒想到去查了消息之後發現是全球排名前22耶ˇˇˇˇ(轉)



還贏過 Johns Hopkings 以及UC San Diego 呢(樂)



不過從這裡可以發現,全美第一名也是全球第一名還是被哈佛給搬走了,



至於全亞洲第一名則是日本的東大(京大輸了耶XD)



而歐洲第一名是英國的劍橋,牛津在它的後面兩名。



老爸當年的迷你小蘇打(XD),呃,是 U of  Minnesota Twin City 排名30~



其他的還有當初本人差一點就要遠度重洋跑去唸醫學系的



澳洲新南威爾斯大學(U of New South Wales)排在64,



被我笑稱是玉米田大學的 Purdue 則是在86名。



但是值得注意的是,公館大學居然沒排進這前一百大啊......Orz



(雖然我離開的時候早就不在前一百大了)



前陣子還聽到消息說已經排到了200多名了@@"



雖然說對岸的那兩所大學也沒好到哪裡去XD



可是真的很擔心老共有一天會超過咱們啊.....



看看人家東大和京大還有大阪大,以及香港的中文大學和香港大學,



新加坡的南洋理工大學和新加坡大學都榜上有名,



公館大學實在應該好好反省反省啊.....



(光是電機系館已經蓋到第四館了,



咱們農藝館還只有四樓就非常的不應該啊XD)



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