Malaysia Breaks Into World's Top 100 Universities in the QS World University Rankings 2019

The QS World University Rankings 2019 have been announced! Check out our exciting infographic and find out how Malaysia fared on the world stage.

Updated 20 Jun 2019

Malaysia Breaks into the Top 100 in the QS Rankings 2019 - Feature-Image

Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) has released the QS World University Rankings 2019, pitting the world’s best and brightest against each other to see which institutions came out on top.

American powerhouse, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) tops the list for a record 7th year in a row, outshining prestigious institutions such as Harvard University, University of Oxford and University of Cambridge.

Meanwhile, Malaysian universities continue to show massive advancements in the rankings as 5 of our homegrown institutions were named among the Top 300 universities in the world. What’s more, University Malaya (UM) has broken into the Top 100 universities in the world!

Find out which other universities made it into 2019’s star-studded list in our infographic below.

QS World Rankings 2019 - Infographic-02

(Illustration by Leong Shuman)

Heartiest congratulations to the whopping 13 Malaysian universities that made it into the QS World University Rankings 2019, bringing us one step closer towards becoming a global leader in education.

With that said, university rankings should be only one of the many factors to consider when deciding where to study. When selecting your university, it’s important to keep in mind your career pathway, the type of campus environment that best suits you, the facilities offered and your budget. Good luck and choose wisely!

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