Study in Asia; Best universities to study in Asia

Many international students are choosing to study in Asia, mainly for its booming economic growth, which has fast-tracked the educational sector and has placed schools in Asia on a competitive level with its European counterparts.

Whether Hong Kong, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan, or even Malaysia, Asian universities are breaking the norm and opening a lot of alternatives for international students, especially in the science and technology field.

This article highlights the top universities in Asia for international students and includes the following;

1. Tsinghua University:

Tsinghua University was established in 1911 and is located in the former imperial gardens of the Qing dynasty in northwest Beijing. Tsinghua University is one of China's most prominent universities bridging the educational gap between the world and China.

Tsinghua University is rated highly in the world of science and technology. The university is classified into 20 schools and 57 departments covering various courses, including science, engineering, arts and literature, social sciences, and medicine.

For more information visit the university's website.

2. National University of Singapore: 

This is a public research university. It was founded in 1905. It comprises three campuses spread around -Kent Ridge, Bukit Timah, and Outram, Singapore. 

The National University of Singapore is considered one of the top universities in the Asia Pacific region. According to times higher education, it currently ranks 21st worldwide and 3rd Asia university 2021.

The national university of Singapore has 17 faculties and operates a rigorous broad-based curriculum complemented by cross-faculty enrichment. The national university f Singapore has about 40,000 students from over 100 countries, fostering diversity and enabling a healthy campus community.

For more information, visit the university's website.

3. Nanyang Technological University: 

This is a national research university located in Singapore. According to QS university rankings, Nanyang university ranks 11th globally and 1st in the world's best young university. 

This university houses 33,000 students offering engineering, science, business, humanities, arts, social sciences, and education. Nanyang technology operates a joint medical school with imperial college, London.

Nanyang technological university is making strides in technology, as it ranks the top university in the world in citations for artificial intelligence. It is also frequently listed among the top 15 most beautiful campuses, and it embraces better learning and living as part of its intelligent campus vision.

for more information, visit the Nanyang technological university website.

4. Peking University: 

This is the oldest higher education institution in China. It was founded in 1898, and by the 1920's it had emerged as one of the most influential institutions in China, playing significant roles in its progressiveness. Peking University, also known as Beida, is a major research university in Beijing.

It is a front university for scientific research; it has 30 colleges and 12 departments with 93 undergraduate programs, 199 master's degree programs, and 173 options for doctoral candidates. 

Peking institution takes sporting and extra-curricular activities seriously, with over 200 associations and different activities running all year.

For more information, visit the university's website.

5. King Abdulaziz University (KAU): 

Established in 1967 and is located in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. It started as a private university, until 1973, KAU joined the league of public universities. It currently ranks #109 QS university ranking.

It ranks 101 in the academic world university ranking (ARWU). It has witnessed a development in quality and quantity and offers specialization in various fields of studies such as; Sea sciences, geology, nuclear engineering, medical engineering, meteorology, and aviation and mineralization.

visit king Abdulaziz university's website for more information.

6. University of Hong Kong: 

currently 30th in world university ranking and 41st in times higher education. Founded in 1911, the University of Hong Kong is a prominent institute of higher education in China.

The university is a perfect fit for international students as English is the primary language of instruction. It has ten academic faculties; Dentistry, biomedicine, architecture, education, humanities, law, economics, business administration, linguistics, and political science.

University of Hong Kong welcomes more than 9,000 international students from 96 countries, and it has up to 20 residential halls and colleges for Undergraduates, postgraduates and guests. It offers more than a hundred clubs and associations for students.

for more information, visit the university's website.

7. University of Tokyo: 

The University of Tokyo is one of the most prominent universities in Japan. It was founded in 1877 as the first imperial university in Japan. The university, also known as Todai or UTokyo, ranked second globally behind Harvard for many alumni CEOs positions at fortune 500 companies.

The University of Tokyo has ten main academic division for undergraduate studies, which includes: agriculture, arts and sciences, economics, education, engineering, law, medicine, pharmaceutical science, and sciences.

At the same time, the graduate school focuses on frontier sciences, information science, technology, interdisciplinary information studies, mathematical science, and public policy.

Even though the primary language of instruction is Japanese, some undergraduate programs and more postgraduate programs are taught in English. The University of Tokyo has a great alumni network as it has produced 15 Japanese prime ministers, eight Nobel prize winners, and five astronauts.

for more information, visit the university's website.

8. Zhejiang University:

This is one of China's oldest institutions. Its roots can be traced back to 1897, and it is currently one of the leading institutions in China. This university ranks 75th in the top 100 universities globally by Times higher education making it one of the top destinations for international studies.

Zhejiang university prides itself on culture and creativity. It currently operates seven faculties and thirty-six (36) schools and has 3,500 full-time academic members and around 45,000 undergraduates. It offers scholarships and grants for international students.

For more information, visit the university's website.

9. University of Malaya: 

This is Malaysia's first university, located on a 750 acres campus in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia's capital city. The former king, Edward VII college of medicine and raffles college, came together in 1949 to form the University of Malaya. Ever since the establishment of the university, it has provided better service to society and bred skillful individuals.

The University of Malaya involves various research programs and collaborates with other universities locally and abroad. It offers a range of courses including; medicine &health, education & training, social sciences, humanities, business & management, and so much more for undergraduate and postgraduate studies.

visit university's website for more information

Kyoto University:

Kyoto University is located in Japan and was established in 1897, initially known as Kyoto imperial university, until it underwent a name change in 1947. 

The university has three main campuses – the Yoshida campus, Uji, and Katsura campus. The tuition fee is the same for both domestic and international students.

Ten academic divisions in the university of Kyoto offer undergraduate degrees in; integrated human studies, law, economics, science, medicine, pharmaceutical science, engineering, and agriculture. It has 18 graduate schools, including a school of African and Asian area studies and a school of management, and a wide range of courses are offered in English.

for more information, visit the university's website.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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