1. National University of Singapore (NUS)

Overall rating: 100/100. 

QS assesses that the National University of Singapore is always leading the way in making global approaches to education and research. The school system consists of 17 faculties, member schools, with more than 30,000 students from 100 countries. This year, the school rose one place on the QS Asia rankings. Photos: King's College London


2. University of Hong Kong (HKU)

Overall score: 98.7. 

Hong Kong's oldest university has grown two shifts over last year to rise to No. 2. It has connections to more than 340 top universities in 43 countries. Of the more than 20,000 students, 9,000 are international students from 96 countries. The rate of employment after graduation for 11 consecutive years has always been over 99.4%. Picture: HKU



3. Nanyang Technological University (Singapore)

Overall rating: 97.8. 

After a year leading up to the National University of Singapore, Nanyang Technological University crashed two tiers. However, the school is highly valued for its digital technologies and partnerships with leading technology companies in a number of areas of social impact, such as intelligence computer science, computer science, intelligent education, clean energy ... Photo: Slate


4. Tsinghua University (China)

Overall rating: 97.8. 

Thanh Hoa University has always been considered by QS to be one of the best in computer science and technology curriculum in the world. The University has more than 110 clubs, student groups in many fields such as science and technology, arts and social welfare, thus attracting many international students. Photo: FB / Tsinghua University



5. Beijing University (China)

Overall rating: 96.9. 

China's oldest and most prestigious university has risen four places on the QS Asia rankings. With 93 undergraduate programs, 199 master programs and more than 170 options for those who want to graduate, the University of Beijing attracts over 43,000 students. Photos: UC Blogs


6. Fudan University (China)

Overall rating: 96.1. 

Fudan University has 17 member schools and 69 faculties, which is the dream destination of many Chinese students. The school has an academic exchange program and partnership with more than 200 universities and research institutions around the world, including Harvard University, Columbia, the London School of Economics. Photo: Study in China


7. Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST)

Overall Rating: 96. 

HKUST was established in 1991 with the mission of supporting Hong Kong's socio-economic development, enhancing knowledge through teaching and research, particularly in science, technology, and technology. management, and business studies. The university is home to over 10,000 students from around 70 countries. Picture: Wikipedia



8. Advanced Institute of Science and Technology of Korea (KAIST)

Overall rating: 95.5. 

KAIST is the first research-based science and technology base in Korea. It is known as the most innovative university in the Asia-Pacific region with many outstanding research projects. About 10,000 students are studying at this prestigious school in Korea. Photo: Tistory


9. Hong Kong University of Chinese Studies - CUHK

General score: 95. 

Founded in 1963, CUHK has a mission of connecting tradition with modernity, China to the West. The University has always promoted local, national and international interdisciplinary research, focusing on a number of areas, such as Chinese studies, information technology, automation or environmental sustainability. Photo by CUHK Business School



10. Seoul National University (Korea)

Overall rating: 94.2. 

Seoul National University was established in 1946 after the unification of 10 higher education institutions. With 83 undergraduate programs and nearly 100 master's degree programs, the university has over 28,000 students. Compared to 2018, Seoul National University has dropped two places on QS Asia. Photo: US News


QS Asia 2019 evaluates universities based on 11 criteria including: assessments of employers, scientists, student faculty ratios, percentage of faculty members with doctoral degrees, article numbers and Cited by Scopus database, international lecturers and students, Vietnamese and international student exchanges, international research networks.


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