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United States Well Represented Among Top Colleges in the WorldOct 19, 2011
U.S. News & World Report – While the United States has more colleges in the top 20 than any other country, according to U.S. News & World Report, the United Kingdom lands the top spot and has an impressive array of universities in the top 10. The United States lands 13 colleges in the top 20, all of them private colleges except the University of Michigan (#14). Cambridge took the top spot for the second year in a row, with three additional schools in the top 7. U.S. News ranked 400 colleges on their list, with Asia and Latin America making significant gains. For the complete list of colleges, read World’s Best Universities: Top 400.
RSC reminds our students that, although these are among the best colleges in the world, you need to rank colleges according to your needs and interests. For more on creating your own college rankings, read College Football: How to Use Your Own Preseason Poll & BCS Powerhouse Guide to Pick Colleges.