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Do Asian universities have room to rise in the global tertiary education ranks?

In the World University Rankings list, 21 out of the top 100 universities are based in Asia with Japan and China as the top contributors.

Graduates from Asian universities have also risen in employability according to the QS Graduate Employability Rankings 2019.

60% of the world’s population is in Asia but only 21% of the top 100 ranked universities are Asian. However, Asian universities are making investments and forging partnerships to keep up.

Will Asian universities become the Oxfords of tomorrow?

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