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Three Egyptian universities in emerging countries top 100

China's Peking and Tsinghuam top list of 100 best universities in BRICS and emerging economies; three Egyptian institutions make it onto list

Ahram Online , Friday 13 Dec 2013
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Alexandria University Main Building (Photo: Alexandria University Site)
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Three Egyptian universities have been included in the Times Higher Education BRICS and Emerging Economies top one hundred list.

Alexandria University (93), Cairo University (95) and Mansoura University (97) appeared in the recently published list.

The ranking, supported by Thomson Reuters, encompasses institutions in states with growing economies, including the BRICS states of Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa.

China's Peking and Tsinghuam, South Africa's University of Cape Town, Taiwan's National Taiwan University, and Turkey's Boğaziçi University were the top five.

The selection criteria were based on teaching, research, knowledge transfer and international outlook.

The full list can be found here: http://www.timeshighereducation.co.uk/world-university-rankings/2014/brics-and-emerging-economies

 

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very etc
14-12-2013 02:42pm
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What an achievement!!
Fine.... two Egyptian universities are better now than the universities of Chad !! What an achievement !!!
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Leo
13-12-2013 05:56am
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Brics
Manipulations. Where Egyptian universities in the list of 500 best world universities?
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Anwar, professor
12-12-2013 04:17pm
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Fascism reigns in Egypt
How can Egyptian universities thrive under military fascism?
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very etc
14-12-2013 02:40pm
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Not a clue!!
You do not have a clue about university education or standards for excellence there!! Go back to school and try to learn this time!!!
a.m
13-12-2013 10:11pm
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what does the military have to do with education
dear brother, to restore the rule of law and to bring about stability to our home egypt there was no other choice. Egypt was going down a very dark age, the age of the brotherhood mentality it cannot work. religion should never be mixed with politics. extremism has no place in egyptian society. i am deligted that brothehood is no more and i pray they stay at bay.
Allen
13-12-2013 03:19am
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Obviously they are thriving "Professor"
The real question is how are they thriving with Muslim Brotherhood terrorists impersonating as students. Have you thought of that "Professor"????
Tarik Toulan
13-12-2013 01:06am
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Nonsense!
I guess you are one of the MB nutters whose ultimate aspiration is to see Egypt a failed state. The great Egyptian military has done and is still doing a great job in rescuing Egypt from the backward brutes of the MB. However, Egypt is currently being ruled by an interim civil government, not by the military.
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