Global Universities Rankings-2017
The 3rd Annual World Top 20 Project’s Global Universities Rankings were produced to measure the quality of education and training for students 18 to 25 year olds, as well as, the university’s economic and social impact in promoting their country’s sustainable development.
500 Universities were chosen, that meet NJ MED’s World Top 20 project objectives to: 1) improve nation’s attainment and achievement levels towards establishing a knowledge base workforce for the 21st century, and 2) promote social skills that positively affect community development.
Two primary level indicators – Economics and Social Affairs, were used to rank the universities in categories. Then 7 criteria – Innovation; Research; Publications; Facilities; Teaching; Employability; and Social Responsibility, were used to measure each university’s strengthens within the two primary indicators.
The Scoring Point System:
To calculate each university’s score, two tables were created for both indicators – Economic and Social Affairs-will their criteria base score being tallied from a scale set of five values: 5-Excellent, 4- Very Good, 3-Good, 2-Average and 1-Poor.
Statistical data were collected from Institutions database and educational publications for use in the criteria value scores.
The results from each universities score were then matched with the results from the world’s top 4 international higher education survey rankings – US News & World Report (Best Global Universities), The Times Higher Education (World Reputation Rankings), QS Top Universities (World University Rankings), and Center for World University Rankings, to select this year’s final 20 universities.
The 20 universities with the highest overall scores were selected for the World Top 20 rankings.
The World Top 20 Universities Rankings for 2017
Rank#1:: Harvard University, USA
Rank#2:: Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), USA
Rank#3:: Stanford University, USA
Rank#4:: University of Cambridge, UK
Rank#5:: University of Oxford, UK
Rank#6:: California Institute of Technology (Caltech), USA
Rank#7:: Princeton University, USA
Rank#8:: University of California, Berkeley, USA
Rank#9:: University of Chicago, USA
Rank#10:: Columbia University, USA
Rank#11:: Yele University, USA
Rank#12:: University of California, USA
Rank#13:: Imperial College London, UK
Rank#14:: John Hopkins University, USA
Rank#15:: Cornell University, USA
Rank#16:: University of Pennsylvania, USA
Rank#17:: University of Tokyo, Japan
Rank#18:: ETH Zurich - Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Switzerland
Rank#19:: University College London, UK
Rank#20:: Tsinghua University, China
The Universities were then ranked in eight global regions: Africa, Asia, Caribbean, Central America, Europe, Oceania, North America, and South America.
For more details on the ranking procedure, Eight Global region university ranks and other related information please click on the "Top University Ranks 2017" button below.
About World top 20 Project
NJ MED (New Jersey Minority Educational Development), a nonprofit 501c3, was formed in 1995, to help develop practical solutions to the problems of minority youth (especially males) development in public education, and to foster higher education and career pursuit aimed at enhancing positive growth within their communities.
From 1996 to 2006, NJ MED worked with the local school district, colleges, businesses, and community support services organizations to increase minority male’s high school graduation rates by 49% and college enrollment by 61 percent.
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