Most American universities plunge in this popular international ranking

Higher education powerhouses abroad are slowly increasing their reputation as over two-thirds of American universities slipped, according to this year's international university ranking by Quacquarelli Symonds (QS), a global education strategy group.

THE: Six of the 10 most reputable universities in the world found in the U.S.

"Reputation matters—it is the global currency of higher education, helping universities attract and retain talent, bring in research collaborators and court inward investment," said Phil Baty, THE's chief global affairs officer, in a statement.

International university ranking: 8 U.S. universities feature in the top 15

Berkeley and Cornell climbed 7 and 17 spots, respectively, to make the shortlist. MIT sits at #1 for the 12th time in the 20 editions of Quacquarelli Symonds' world ranking.

Only 7 U.S. universities make THE’s sustainability impact rankings’ top 100 list

Canada had the most institutions firmly committed to sustainability, with four schools making the top 10 ranking. The U.S. only had one.

This college celebrates its largest incoming class in 5 years after nearly merging

With 285 first-year students and 21 transfers, Hampshire College follows four years of improving enrollment since its nearly fatal 2019 crash.

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