Education, Skills and Learning

Which countries provide their citizens with the best higher education?

Some countries are failing to provide equal access to their top-quality universities Image: REUTERS/Cris Toala Olivares

Kai Chan
Distinguished Fellow, INSEAD Innovation and Policy Initiative
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Figure 1: Top-200 universities by country vs share of national universities in top 200
Figure 2: Top-500 universities by country vs share of national universities in top 500
Figure 3: Top-1000 universities by country vs. share of national universities in top 1000 Image: ARWU, Shanghai Jiatong University, Webometrics
Figure 4: Share of globally-ranked universities vs avg GMAT score Image: ARWU, GMAC, Shanghai Jiatong University, Webometrics
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