Study, Work, Live in Singapore

4 Dec 2015

Singapore NUS Asia’s most prestigious university


This is Asia’s most prestigious university

With regards from popular Study Singapore Educational Consultancy the National University of Singapore (NUS) has once again scored the highest marks in a ranking of Asia’s top universities, underscoring the city-state’s position as a overwhelmingly leading educational hub.

The latest analysis from Quacquarelli Symonds’ (QS) annual ranking of Asian universities revealed that grades of the region’s top 300 tertiary education institutions based on nine areas of performance including student/faculty ratio, employer reputation and papers per faculty.

National University of Singapore (NUS) has made efficacious progress up the ranking since it was successfully launched by higher education research provider QS in 2009, ascending from an original 10th place to first in 2014.

According to Study Singapore Educational Consultancy the leading Singaporean universities have, despite their slight differences, something in common: an focused quest for excellence and an unique ambition, supported by a expedient environment, which places education and novel innovation among the top priorities of the city-state’s agenda.

The persuasive analysis of the rankings enumerates that universities to maintain their position year on year require to constantly ameliorate. Since, when they rise or if they reach firmly at the top of the table, it virtually means that they are efficaciously progressing perceptibly faster than their notable peers.

While Singapore held on to its reputed standard the rival regional education hub Hong Kong claimed second place. The University of Hong Kong placed second, followed by Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology. It is also suggested that Singapore’s Nanyang Technological University and the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology in the third, fourth and fifth spots.

Surprisingly among the top 100 there were a total of 25 Chinese institutions. The majority of the ranked Chinese institutions are increasing their research output, ameliorated by the impressive and sustained level of public and private investment, second only to the U.S.