World University Ranking The University of Tokyo ranked 36th, Tsinghua University in China tops Asia September 7 at 12:45 a.m.
The latest ranking of universities in the world was published by a British magazine, and Chinese universities rose in the rankings, including Tsinghua University in China, which ranked 20th among Asian universities. On the other hand, from Japan, the University of Tokyo ranked 36th and Kyoto University ranked 54th.
The Times Hire Education, a British educational magazine, publishes a ranking of universities around the world every year based on indicators such as research content and the number of times papers are cited.
In the latest ranking, Oxford University in the United Kingdom, Stanford University in the United States in second place, Harvard University in the third place, and the university in the United States and the United Kingdom occupied the top 13 for the fifth consecutive year.
From Asia, Tsinghua University in China has ranked 20th as an Asian university since 2011, followed by Ping University in 23rd place and The National University of Singapore in 25th place.
From China, the same seven schools as last year are in the top 200, and most of them are ranked higher.
In addition, the median income from Chinese university research surpasses U.S. universities for the first time, and experts point out that “the impact of the new coronavirus may lead to a drop in U.S. college income and a narrowing of the gap between U.S. and Chinese universities.”
On the other hand, from Japan, the University of Tokyo ranked 36th, and Kyoto University ranked 11th, but only these two schools ranked in the top 200 for the sixth consecutive year.