Top 5 Universities Of The World

smytu1996February 14, 20116min1815

1. Harvard University , United States

Harvard University rated as the number one university in World University Rankings 2009. Harvard is America s oldest institution of higher learning, founded 140 years before the Declaration of Independence was signed. The University has grown from nine students with a single master to an enrollment of more than 18,000 degree candidates, including undergraduates and students in 10 principal academic units. An additional 13,000 students are enrolled in one or more courses in the Harvard Extension School . Over 14,000 people work at Harvard, including more than 2,000 faculty. There are also 7,000 faculty appointments in affiliated teaching hospitals.

2. University of Cambridge , United Kingdom

University of Cambridge rated the second best in World University Rankings 2009. The University of Cambridge is one of the oldest universities in the world and one of the largest in the United Kingdom . Its reputation for outstanding academic achievement is known world-wide and reflects the intellectual achievement of its students, as well as the world-class original research carried out by the staff of the University and the Colleges. Its reputation is endorsed by the Quality Assurance Agency and by other external reviewers of learning and teaching, such as External Examiners. These high standards are the result of both the learning opportunities offered at Cambridge and by its extensive resources, including libraries, museums and other collections. Teaching consists not only of lectures, seminars and practical classes led by people who are world experts in their field, but also more personalised teaching arranged through the Colleges. Many opportunities exist for students to interact with scholars of all levels, both formally and informally.

3. Yale University , United StatesYale University rated as third best university in the World University Rankings 2009. Yale University is one of the most famous schools in the United States , with a long history of service and an alumni list that reads like a ��Whos Who� of successful people. Yale University is the fulfillment of a European vision of intellectual freedom that is aimed at the service of the community and country.. It has championed over history and survived the most destructive calamities such as the American Revolution. Since then, the university has continually grown and progressed to a center for high quality education that is recognized by the global community. The university is considered one of the oldest institution of higher education in the US . It was founded in 1701 and is a proud member of the prestigious Ivy League.

4. UCL ( University College London )

UCL (University College London) rated the fourth best university in World University Rankings 2009. UCL is a multidisciplinary university with an international reputation for the quality of its research and teaching across the academic spectrum, with subjects spanning the sciences, arts, social sciences and biomedicine. In the 2008 Research Assessment Exercise (RAE) UCL was rated the best research university in London , and third in the UK overall, for the number of its submissions which were considered of world-leading quality. The university is located on a compact site in the very heart of London and is surrounded by the greatest concentration of libraries, museums, archives, cultural institutions and professional bodies in Europe.

5. IMPERIAL College London

Imperial College London , rated the fifth best university in the world for 2009. Imperial College London is a university of world class scholarship, education and research in science, engineering and medicine, with particular regard to their application in industry, commerce and healthcare. The College has over 3,000 academic and research staff and almost 14,000 students from over 120 different countries. Our reputation for excellence in teaching and research in science, engineering, medicine and business attracts students and staff of the highest international calibre. Imperial College staff are frequently consulted by governments, and also act as members of professional bodies, advise industry, and offer informed comment to the media.


  • smytu1996

    February 14, 2011 at 3:57 pm

    6. University of OXFORD , United Kingdom
    7. University of CHICAGO , United States
    8. PRINCETON University , United States
    9. Massachusetts Institute of Technology (mit), United States
    10. California Institute of Technology (caltech)

  • kai

    February 14, 2011 at 9:29 pm

    ဟားဗတ်က ကျောင်းပြီးတဲ့ မြန်မာတွေ ဒီခေတ်မှာလည်း ရှိပါတယ်…။
    လက်ရှိ သမ္မတအိုဘားမား ကဟားဗတ်ထွက်ဆိုတော့ .. ကျောင်းက နံပါတ် ၁ပေါ့..။

    The eight US Presidents that went to school at Harvard are:

    1. John Adams – 2nd President of the United States (Harvard class of 1755)
    2. John Quincy Adams – 6th President of the United States (Harvard class of 1788)
    3. Rutherford B. Hayes – 19th President of the United States (Harvard Law class of 1845)
    4. Theodore Roosevelt – 26th President of the United States (Harvard class of 1880)
    5. Franklin Delano Roosevelt (FDR) – 32nd President of the United States (Harvard class of 1904)
    6. John F. Kennedy (JFK) – 35th President of the United States (Harvard class of 1940)
    7. George Walker Bush – 43rd President of the United States (Harvard Business class of 1973)
    8. Barack Obama – 44th President of the United States (Harvard Law class of 1991)

    Rutherford B. Hayes (law school), George W. Bush (business school), and Barack Obama (law school) are the three men that have received graduate degrees and not undergraduate degrees from Harvard before going on to become President of the United States of America.

  • kai

    February 14, 2011 at 9:35 pm

    ယေးလ်တက္ကသိုလ်အကြောင်းပါတာမို ့… မြန်မာတွေသိသင့်တဲ့ လျှိူ့ဝှက်အဖွဲ ့တခုအကြောင်း ရေးပြချင်တယ်..။

    Skull & Bones Society

    “America’s Secret Establishment”, by Antony C. Sutton, 1986, page 5-6, states: “Those on the inside know it as The Order. Others have known it for more than 150 years as Chapter 322 of a German secret society. More formally, for legal purposes, The Order was incorporated as The Russell Trust in 1856. It was also once known as the “Brotherhood of Death”. Those who make light of it, or want to make fun of it, call it ‘Skull & Bones’, or just plain ‘Bones’.

    The American chapter of this German order was founded in 1833 at Yale University by General William Huntington Russell and Alphonso Taft who, in 1876, became Secretary of War in the Grant Administration. Alphonso Taft was the father of William Howard Taft, the only man to be both President and Chief Justice of the United States.

    The order is not just another Greek letter fraternal society with passwords and handgrips common to most campuses. Chapter 322 is a secret society whose members are sworn to silence. It only exists on the Yale campus (that we know about). It has rules. It has ceremonial rites. It is not at all happy with prying, probing citizens – known among initiates as ‘outsiders’ or ‘vandals’. Its members always deny membership (or are supposed to deny membership) and in checking hundreds of autobiographical listings for members we found only half a dozen who cited an affiliation with Skull & Bones. The rest were silent. An interesting point is whether the many members in various Administrations or who hold government positions have declared their members in the biographical data supplied for FBI ‘background checks’.

    Above all, The Order is powerful, unbelievably powerful. If the reader will persist and examine the evidence to be presented – which is overwhelming – there is no doubt his view of the world will suddenly come sharply into focus, with almost frightening clarity.

    It is a Senior year society which exists only at Yale. Members are chosen in their Junior year and spend only one year on campus, the Senior year, with Skull & Bones. In other words, the organization is oriented to the graduate outside world. The Order meets annually – patriarchies only – on Deer Island in the St. Lawrence River.

    Senior societies are unique to Yale. There are two other senior societies at Yale, but none elsewhere. Scroll & Key and Wolf’s Head are supposedly competitive societies founded in the mid-19 th century. We believe these to be part of the same network. Rosenbaum commented in his “Esquire” article, very accurately, that anyone in the Eastern Liberal Establishment who is not a member of Skull & Bones is almost certainly a member of either Scroll & Key or Wolf’s Head.

    .. The selection procedure for new members of The Order has not changed since 1832. Each year 15, and only 15, never fewer, are selected. In the past 150 years about 2500 Yale graduates have been initiated into The Order. At any time about 500-600 are alive and active. Roughly about one- quarter of these take an active role in furthering the objectives of The Order. The others either lose interest or change their minds. They are silent dropouts.

    .. The most likely potential member is from a Bones family, who is energetic, resourceful, political and probably an amoral team player. … Honors and financial rewards are guaranteed by the power of The Order. But the price of these honors and rewards is sacrifice to the common goal, the goal of The Order. Some, perhaps many, have not been willing to pay this price.

    The Old Line American families and their descendants involved in the Skull & Bones are names such as: Whitney, Perkins, Stimson, Taft, Wadsworth, Gilman, Payne, Davidson, Pillsbury, Sloane, Weyerhaeuser, Harriman, Rockefeller, Lord, Brown, Bundy, Bush and Phelps.

    For a complete and accurate discussion of the Skull & Bones Society and the secret shadow government in control of this nation, you should purchase a copy of American Secret Establishment, by Antony C. Sutton, available from RIE.
    အဲဒီမှာ အသေးစိတ် သွားဖတ်..။

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