Taroudant - Moroccan Universities are not featured amongst the list of Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) 2015-16 rankings of the world’s top universities released on Tuesday.
Taroudant – Moroccan Universities are not featured amongst the list of Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) 2015-16 rankings of the world’s top universities released on Tuesday.
After being absent from Shanghai’s list of 500 top universities published in August, Moroccan Universities are again left out of the rankings of QS, a British organization specializing in education and study abroad.
The United States of America and UK Universities dominated the list with five and four universities respectively in the top 10, and more than 40 US institutions featured in the top 100.
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) kept its leading place in the list for the fourth consecutive year, with Harvard University, Stanford University and the California Institute of Technology (Caltech) featured in the top five.
QS Rankings are based on research quality, graduate employment, teaching quality, and an assessment of the global diversity of faculty and students.
A total of 82 countries are listed in the QS World University Rankings this year, with the largest shares claimed by the US (154), UK (71), Germany (43) and France (41).
Japan has 38 entries, Australia 33, China 30, Canada and Italy 26 each, Brazil 22 and Russia 21.