Massachusetts Institute of Technology bagged the second place. Yale University, Columbia University and the California Institute of Technology finished among top five colleges .
The Wall Street Journal/Times Higher Education College Rankings are based on 15 key indicators that assess colleges in four areas: Outcomes, Resources, Engagement and Environment.
Hence these are the top 10 universities in the world as determined by those rankings:
This year’s rankings also saw some minor reordering in the top ten list. Yale jumped to Number 3 from Number 6, swapping places with Stanford University. Brown University moved up four spots to finish at Number 7.
Cornell University dropped out of top 10 list and it is now ranked at Number 11. The University of California, Berkeley improved its ranking and finished at Number 33.
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