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Rankings of Top UK Universities 2012 by Times

The Comprehensive Top 20:

1.     Oxford
2.     Cambridge
3.     London School of Economics
4.     Imperial College
5.     University College London
= 6.   Durham
= 6.   St Andrews
8.     Warwick
9.     Lancaster
10.  Exeter
11.  York
12.  Bath
13.  Bristol
14.  Sussex
15.  Edinburgh
16.  Nottingham
= 17. Sheffield
= 17. Leicester
19.  Southampton
20.  Loughborough

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Top-50 National Universities

Here are 50 top US universities by U.S. News rating.  The U.S. News rankings system rests on two pillars. It relies on quantitative measures that education experts have proposed as reliable indicators of academic quality, and it’s based on our nonpartisan view of what matters in education.

U.S. News helps by spotlighting schools with outstanding examples of academic programs that have been shown to enhance learning. With the help of the Association of American Colleges and Universities, which focuses on quality initiatives in higher education, U.S. News identified eight types of programs associated with student success, including first-year experiences, learning communities, writing in the disciplines, senior capstone, study abroad, internships or cooperative education, opportunities for undergraduate research, and service learning.

And the winner is… Princeton University!
Princeton University

  1. Princeton University (NJ)
  2. Harvard University (MA)
  3. Yale University(CT)
  4. Stanford University(CA)
  5. University of Pennsylvania
  6. California Institute of Technology
  7. Massachusetts Institute of Technology
  8. Duke University(NC)
  9. Columbia University(NY)
  10. University of Chicago
  11. Dartmouth College(NH)
  12. Washington University in St. Louis
  13. Cornell University(NY)
  14. Brown University(RI)
  15. Northwestern University(IL)
  16. Johns Hopkins University(MD)
  17. Rice University(TX)
  18. Emory University(GA)
  19. Vanderbilt University(TN)
  20. University of Notre Dame(IN)
  21. University of California—Berkeley
  22. Carnegie Mellon University(PA)
  23. University of Virginia
  24. Georgetown University(DC)
  25. University of California—Los Angeles
  26. University of Michigan—Ann Arbor
  27. University of Southern California
  28. University of North Carolina—Chapel Hill
  29. Tufts University(MA)
  30. Wake Forest University(NC)
  31. Lehigh University(PA)
  32. Brandeis University(MA)
  33. College of William and Mary(VA)
  34. New York University
  35. University of Rochester(NY)
  36. Georgia Institute of Technology
  37. Boston College
  38. University of Wisconsin—Madison
  39. University of California—San Diego
  40. University of Illinois—Urbana – Champaign
  41. Case Western Reserve University(OH)
  42. University of Washington
  43. University of California—Davis
  44. Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute(NY)
  45. University of Texas—Austin
  46. University of California—Santa Barbara
  47. University of California—Irvine
  48. Pennsylvania State University—University Park
  49. University of Florida
  50. Syracuse University(NY)

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