The Times Higher Education announced the ranking list of Asian Universities 2017.



The Times Higher Education, they announced the latest Asian universities ranking list 2017. 7 Pakistani universities including in top 300 ranking list.

According to the last year ranking, only 2 Pakistani universities including in ranking of top 300 Asian universities. The Time Higher Education Worl University provide the highest ranking list of universities in the world. They founded in 2004, Time Higher education university assessed from the research, universities international outlook, teaching and more.

The ranking list helps to students to choose best universities for higher education. Now students can choose the best universities with the help of high-ranking universities list.

Quaid-e-Azam University and National University of Science and Technology(NUST), only two universities was in a highest-ranking list in 2016. Now seven Pakistani universities including in top ranking list 2017. Because they improve their universities.

But 2 universities dropped their position, Quaid e Azam University slipped from 101-110 to 121-130. Nust University slipped from 121-130 to 151-160, just because of other Asian universities improve their institute and environment according to the Times Higher Education ranking list 2017. But these Pakistani universities does not improve their institude.

The editor at Times Higher Education Rankings, Phil Baty stated that,

It is fantastic news that Pakistan has more than tripled its representation in this year’s list of Asia’s best universities, taking seven places, up from two last year. COMSATS Institute of Information Technology is the only new entry to make the top 200 (in the 141-150 band)

Singapore National University and China Peking University at the highest rank list. Both university at the first and second-ranked university in the list of Times Higher Education ranking 2017. For for information about World Ranking, Country-wise rankings check here

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