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For the third consecutive year, Nanyang Technological University (NTU) has made big strides in world university rankings. It is now placed No. 41 in the world and is the fastest-rising Asian university in the Top 50. In the rankings of the world's top 400 universities released by Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) today, NTU climbed 6 spots from 47th place last year, improving its scores in faculty citations, reputation among international employers, and student faculty ratio.
In total, NTU has moved up 33 notches in the QS world rankings over the last three years, reaffirming its standing as the fastest rising Asian university in the world's Top 50. NTU is one of only two young global universities in the Top 50. NTU broke into the world's Top 50 when it rose by 11 places to No. 47 last year. In 2011, it climbed 16 positions from 74th to 58th place.
As seen from the latest league table, most of the universities in the Top 50 are established names. NTU stands out as the 'new kid on the block' when compared to the likes of Harvard, Cambridge and even NUS, which has more than 100 years of history.