Education, Skills and Learning

These universities have the best reputation worldwide

Two graduates play during a graduation ceremony at Tsinghua University in Beijing, July 11, 2006.  About 4.1 million are expected to graduate this year, an increase of 22 percent over 2005, the official Xinhua news agency reported.  REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA) - RTR1FDWL

China's universities are coming up fast behind Oxbridge and Ivy League institutions Image: REUTERS/Jason Lee

Chris Parr
Digital and communities editor, Times Higher Education
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