UC San Diego is the eighteenth best college on the world, as per new worldwide rankings by U.S. News and World Report.
The La Jolla-based university is one of five open universities in the United States to make the Report’s main 20 rundown.
Harvard University was the top worldwide pick.
The Report’s first-ever worldwide rankings measured variables, for example, research, worldwide and provincial notoriety, global joint effort and in addition number of very refered to papers and doctorates honored.
“UC San Diego is home to a considerable lot of the world’s top researchers who are at the cutting edge of their fields and who are leading research that is changing lives,” UC San Diego Chancellor Pradeep Khosla said in a news discharge. “We are extremely pleased with this new positioning that perceives the quality and ability of our yard parts and the effect of our work.”
The five U.s. state funded colleges in the main 20 are: UC Berkeley, at No. 3; UCLA at No. 8; emulated by the University of Michigan, the University of Washington and UC San Diego.
The rankings envelop the main 500 establishments over 49 nations.
San Diego State University made the rundown at No. 492.
For the complete rundown of U.S. News and World Report’s best worldwide university.
Source: Education News