Northwestern has one of the top reputations in the world according to a new study
Northwestern ranks above Brown, Carnegie Mellon, and USC.
Times Higher Education’s World Reputation Rankings has been released, ranking Northwestern 31st. Northwestern has dropped in the rankings by one point since last year. Northwestern ranks above Brown, Carnegie Mellon, and USC.
The United States continues to dominate the World Reputation Rankings, claiming 42 places in the top 100 list. However, Asia’s leading universities have made a rapid introduction to the list. For example, China’s Tsinghua University and Peking University both surpassed the University of Pennsylvania and Cornell University this year.
Although international institutions have surpassed numerous schools on the list, the US’s top six universities have not changed: Harvard, MIT, Stanford, Berkeley, Princeton, and Yale.