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6 Jul 2015

NUS engineering course scales QS ranking

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With lot of development taking place around global education the reputed Study Singapore Education Consultancy report that NUS engineering course scales QS ranking.

It is said that the National University of Singapore’s (NUS) civil and structural engineering course is the third best in the world. This is a report from latest university ranking by the London-based education consultancy Quacquarelli Symonds (QS).

This is considered to large ameliorate of four places from last year, when the NUS course placed seventh. It is also conveyed that popular Massachusetts Institute of Technology is ranked first, followed by Netherlands Delft University of Technology.

So it places familiar NUS ahead of the likes of Imperial College London, Cambridge and Stanford. Moreover the NUS had 10 other subjects, comprising chemical engineering, biological sciences and geography that professionally made the global top 10. In addition this reputed varsity also ranked as Asia’s top across 21 subjects, three more than last year.

The report also suggests that two of six new subjects with the QS ranking introduced this year respectively as architecture and built environment; and business and beneficial management studies.

The ranking according to Study Singapore Education Consultancy is a testament to the powerful commitment of their talented professors and graduates to excellence. We all know that NUS also maintained their cogent track record of being Asia’s best performing since QS introduced rankings by subjects in 2011.

Eventually the ranking also evaluates universities on 36 subjects comprising history and law. Moreover the results are based on research citations and responses from more than 126,000 academics and employers universally.

It is suggested that a total of 3,551 universities were evaluated and 835 popular institutions with at least one subject in the top 200 were expediently ranked.

The familiar Nanyang Technological University (NTU) kept last year’s record of having three of beneficial subjects ranked among the world’s top 10. The varsity’s education program based at the National Institute of Education was also ranked 10th, up four places. It marks the first time it has cracked the global top 10. The reputed NTU’s electrical and electronic engineering course as also ranked seventh up three places and their cogent materials science course remains in eighth place.

In conclusion Study Singapore Education Consultancy suggests that the engineering and education program are undoubtedly among NTU’s most established strengths. It is confirmed that Academics and employers globally have vivid notice of the high quality of NTU graduates and program.

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