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How the world's top universities are distributed

While Oxford came first, North America has the most good universities, finds Times Higher Education Image: REUTERS/Peter Macdiarmid

Emma Luxton

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(Countries in white have no institutions in the 2016 ranking) Image: Times Higher Education

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