Top Universities In Singapore
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Singapore is a major player in higher education and research, despite its modest size. Over the last few decades, Singapore has been recognised as a global leader in research and innovation by a slew of international assessments. It was placed eighth in the 2015 INSEAD Global Innovation Index, third in the 2014 IMD World Competitiveness Rankings, and second in the 2014-15 World Economic Forum Global Competitiveness Report.
Universities in Singapore are getting increasing respect in this setting of global competitiveness and innovation, as Asian countries enhance their positions in the global education market. Singapore's two premier universities are currently both placed in the top 15 universities in the world, and the city is ranked 15th in the QS Best Student Cities 2018, demonstrating its unique combination of educational excellence, good quality of life, and varied student community.
National University of Singapore
National University of Singapore (NUS), Singapore's international superstar, is currently ranked 11th in the QS World University Rankings and first in the QS Asia University Rankings for 2021, according to the Times Higher Education.
In the QS World University Rankings by Subject, the National University of Singapore (NUS) demonstrates a breadth of high performance that can only be matched by a small number of other universities in the world. The school now ranks seventh in the world for the broad subject area of engineering and technology, and sixth in the world for the discipline of civil engineering. It is also ranked among the top ten in the field of social sciences and management.
Nanyang Technological University:
A mere two places behind NUS in the QS World University Rankings® and two places behind it in the QS Asia University Rankings, Nanyang Technological University (NTU) was ranked 13th in the world and third in Asia by the QS World University Rankings® and the QS Asia University Rankings®. It is highly regarded for its engineering programmes, and according to the QS World University Rankings by Subject, it is ranked in the global top five for the broad subject area of engineering and technology, as well as third for materials sciences, among other achievements.
As part of a collaborative venture with Imperial College London in the United Kingdom, NTU enrolled the first class of students at its new Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine in Singapore during the summer of 2013.
Singapore Management University
Singapore Management University, which offers a more specialized range of subjects, is another of Singapore's most well-known institutions, ranking among the world's top providers of education in accounting and finance, computer science, economics, law, and statistics, among other fields.
Ranking 511-520 in the World University Rankings and 99th in Asia, the university is also a top 100 global university for accounting, economics, and business, according to the 2018 QS World University Rankings by Subject.
As well as these collaborative institutions, Singapore is home to a number of newly established collaborative institutions that bring together leading universities from around the world. One such example is the Singapore University of Technology and Design, which was established in collaboration with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in the United States and Zhejiang University in China.
As part of a partnership between the National University of Singapore and Yale University, the Yale-NUS College was established in 2011 as Singapore's first liberal arts college. It is the second international collaboration to be established in Singapore. It is the first liberal arts college in Singapore. These collaborations reflect a broader focus on internationalization and innovation among Singaporean universities, which is resulting in an increasing number of exciting options for prospective students.