Oxford overtakes Cambridge on QS

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https://www.topuniversities.com/univ...-rankings/2019

The University of Oxford, the back-to-back world's No 1 university according to Times Higher Education, and the alma mater of the current kings of Malaysia, Jordan, Norway, Bhutan; the current prime ministers of the UK, Australia, Hungary; the current State Councillor of Myanmar; the current Crown Prince of Japan; and the current school of Nobel laureate Malala and former Australian prime minister Kevin Rudd, has been placed above The University of Cambridge on QS's latest ranking.

World -
1. MIT (USA)
2. Stanford (USA)
3. Harvard (USA)
4. CalTech (USA)
5. Oxford (England)
6. Cambridge (England)
7. ETH Zurich (Switzerland)
8. Imperial (England)
9. Chicago (USA)
10. UCL (England)

Europe -
1. Oxford (England)
2. Cambridge (England)
3. ETH Zurich (Switzerland)
4. Imperial (England)
5. UCL (England)

Asia -
1. National University of Singapore (Singapore)
2. Nanyang Technological University (Singapore)
3. Tsinghua University (China)
4. Tokyo University (Japan)
5. Hong Kong University (Hong Kong)

Latin America -
1. Buenos Aires (Argentina)
2. Mexico (Mexico)
3. Sao Paulo (Brazil)
4. Pontifical Catholic University (Chile)
5. Tech de Monterrey (Mexico)

Oceania -
1. ANU (Australia)
2. Melbourne (Australia)
3. Sydney (Australia)
4. UNSW (Australia)
5. Queensland (Australia)

Africa -
1. Cape Town (South Africa)
2. Witwatersrand (South Africa)
3. Stellenbosch (South Africa)
4. American (Egypt)
5. Cairo (Egypt)
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