QS University Rankings for Asian 2019 | Top Universities

QS Asia University Rankings

Discover the top 500 universities in Asia with the QS Asia University Rankings 2019.

Now expanded to feature 500 of the region’s top universities, the QS Asia University Rankings sees a change at number one this year, with the National University of Singapore (NUS) climbing one place ...

Now expanded to feature 500 of the region’s top universities, the QS Asia University Rankings sees a change at number one this year, with the National University of Singapore (NUS) climbing one place from second last year. NUS is one of three Singaporean institutions in this year’s ranking.

17 different locations are represented in this year’s Asia ranking, although only four are represented in the top 10. The University of Hong Kong has climbed three places to second, making it the highest-ranked university from Hong Kong while KAIST - Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology continues to be the highest-ranked university from South Korea.

This year, the regional rankings were prefaced by the launch of the first-ever QS University Rankings by Location. These rankings feature separate tables for the top universities in South Korea and Japan, as well as mainland China, India and Mexico.

Want to share your thoughts on this year’s ranking? Has this helped you make your mind up about where to apply? Tweet us @TopUnis and let us know!

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Now expanded to feature 500 of the region’s top universities, the QS Asia University Rankings sees a change at number one this year, with the National University of Singapore (NUS) climbing one place ...

Now expanded to feature 500 of the region’s top universities, the QS Asia University Rankings sees a change at number one this year, with the National University of Singapore (NUS) climbing one place from second last year. NUS is one of three Singaporean institutions in this year’s ranking.

17 different locations are represented in this year’s Asia ranking, although only four are represented in the top 10. The University of Hong Kong has climbed three places to second, making it the highest-ranked university from Hong Kong while KAIST - Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology continues to be the highest-ranked university from South Korea.

This year, the regional rankings were prefaced by the launch of the first-ever QS University Rankings by Location. These rankings feature separate tables for the top universities in South Korea and Japan, as well as mainland China, India and Mexico.

Want to share your thoughts on this year’s ranking? Has this helped you make your mind up about where to apply? Tweet us @TopUnis and let us know!

Explore the QS Asia University Rankings 2021

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QS Asia University Rankings

Discover the top 500 universities in Asia with the QS Asia University Rankings 2019.

Now expanded to feature 500 of the region’s top universities, the QS Asia University Rankings sees a change at number one this year, with the National Universit ...

Now expanded to feature 500 of the region’s top universities, the QS Asia University Rankings sees a change at number one this year, with the National University of Singapore (NUS) climbing one place from second last year. NUS is one of three Singaporean institutions in this year’s ranking.

17 different locations are represented in this year’s Asia ranking, although only four are represented in the top 10. The University of Hong Kong has climbed three places to second, making it the highest-ranked university from Hong Kong while KAIST - Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology continues to be the highest-ranked university from South Korea.

This year, the regional rankings were prefaced by the launch of the first-ever QS University Rankings by Location. These rankings feature separate tables for the top universities in South Korea and Japan, as well as mainland China, India and Mexico.

Want to share your thoughts on this year’s ranking? Has this helped you make your mind up about where to apply? Tweet us @TopUnis and let us know!

Explore the QS Asia University Rankings 2021

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Now expanded to feature 500 of the region’s top universities, the QS Asia University Rankings sees a change at number one this year, with the National Universit ...

Now expanded to feature 500 of the region’s top universities, the QS Asia University Rankings sees a change at number one this year, with the National University of Singapore (NUS) climbing one place from second last year. NUS is one of three Singaporean institutions in this year’s ranking.

17 different locations are represented in this year’s Asia ranking, although only four are represented in the top 10. The University of Hong Kong has climbed three places to second, making it the highest-ranked university from Hong Kong while KAIST - Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology continues to be the highest-ranked university from South Korea.

This year, the regional rankings were prefaced by the launch of the first-ever QS University Rankings by Location. These rankings feature separate tables for the top universities in South Korea and Japan, as well as mainland China, India and Mexico.

Want to share your thoughts on this year’s ranking? Has this helped you make your mind up about where to apply? Tweet us @TopUnis and let us know!

Explore the QS Asia University Rankings 2021

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Now expanded to feature 500 of the region’s top universities, the QS Asia University Rankings sees a change at number one this year, with the National University of Singapore (NUS) climbing one place from second last year. NUS is one of three Singaporean institutions in this year’s ranking.

17 different locations are represented in this year’s Asia ranking, although only four are represented in the top 10. The University of Hong Kong has climbed three places to second, making it the highest-ranked university from Hong Kong while KAIST - Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology continues to be the highest-ranked university from South Korea.

This year, the regional rankings were prefaced by the launch of the first-ever QS University Rankings by Location. These rankings feature separate tables for the top universities in South Korea and Japan, as well as mainland China, India and Mexico.

Want to share your thoughts on this year’s ranking? Has this helped you make your mind up about where to apply? Tweet us @TopUnis and let us know!

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