Best Universities in the World
The university rankings across the countries and the world are listed by considering many things. Of course, it is the powerful faculty, the intelligence of the students and the scholarly excellence that come first to KIU estimate the rankings. Next the campus, the ambiance, the facilities that the universities offer the students and the involvement of the institutions in creating the new scientists, engineers, teachers and doctors of the future are judged to incorporate the names of the Universities among the toppers.
Though, it is a very complicated and challenging process to select the top 10 best universities in the world because how an American University can be the best among the universities in China and vice-versa! On the contrary, it is pretty tough to organize a tough fight among the Ivy League institutes with that of the century-old educational institutes of the European countries, especially UK -The Great Britain. Even the University of California is counted by many among the top 10, but it is not an Ivy League. Then how can anyone judge that the great state university is anyhow inferior to the Ivy Leagues?
Here is the list of the top 10 best universities in the World after counting and judging the numbers of the faculty members who are Nobel Laureates. Winners of Philosophical Society, Winners of the US Presidential Medal of Freedom, members of the National Academy of Science, MacArthur Fellows and the much prestigious Pulitzer Prize winners of the great universities.
Harvard University (1st in the United States)
Harvard University is a yardstick to measure the research standards of others. This is one of the premier houses of education that has been ever challenged. Located in the Cambridge, US the University was founded in 1636. The school developed its funds from $4.6 billion to $25.8 billion in the last 15 years under the leadership of Jack Mayer. Besides financial wealth, the true treasures of the Premier University are the 47 Nobel Laureates, 48 Pulitzer Prize winners, 32 Heads of State it has produced from its law, medical and business schools. The school boasts on its Widener Library – the world’s greatest academic library with over 6 million volumes of books of different disciplines.