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Peking University rises to 14th in 2025 QS rankings
Jun 06, 2024
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Peking University, June 6, 2024: In the recently released QS World University Rankings 2025, Peking University was up three places to 14th in the world, recognized as China's No.1 university. 

China had several universities in the top 100 of this year's rankings, which look at the achievements of the world's best 1,500 institutions in terms of academic reputation, employer reputation, faculty-student ratios, sustainability, employment outcomes, and international research networks.

Nationwide, the University of Hong Kong rose to 17th from 26th last year, and Tsinghua University rose to 20th from last year's 25th.

Globally, MIT was ranked as the world's best university. Imperial College London overtook fellow British elite institutions the University of Oxford and the University of Cambridge, rising to second place from last year's eighth.

The data collected by Quacquarelli Symonds, which compiles the QS rankings, is spun into several listings. One, which grades institutions on their academic reputation alone, placed Harvard University in first place, with the University of Oxford in second, and the University of Cambridge in third.

This article originally appeared in with the headline "China, India universities rise up the QS rankings".

Photos by: An Yunyi