Original title: China's 34 universities rank among the top 500 graduates in the world, Tsinghua ninth.
QS Global Education Group released its 2009 QS Global Graduates Employment Competitiveness Ranking on September 11. 34 universities in China have entered the top 500 in the world and performed strongly in the ranking. Among them, there are 22 in mainland China, 8 in Taiwan, and 4 in China, Hongkong. In terms of specific places: Tsinghua University has ninth in the world and twentieth in Peking University. University of Hong Kong has thirteenth in the world and eighty-first in National Taiwan University.
In this year's QS graduates'employment ability ranking, 13 of 22 mainland Chinese universities have improved their status, 2 universities have declined, and 7 remain unchanged; Peking University has the greatest global influence among alumni in mainland China, ranking first in China and 25th in the world in the outstanding alumni index; An important reason for the success of mainland universities is their extensive collaboration with top employers around the world. Zhejiang University (the second largest in the world), Tsinghua University (the third largest in the world) and Huazhong University of Science and Technology (the nineteenth largest in the world).
For the first time in the global ranking, MIT ranked first in the world, and Stanford University ranked second. Universities in California and Australia have been particularly successful in employment, with five universities in the top ten in both regions.
Dr Zhang Xu, China Director of QS Global Education Group, said: "The cultivation of globally competitive talents is an important indicator of whether a university can achieve world-class status. In the process of building a two-class university, Chinese universities not only attach importance to scientific research, but also attach great importance to teaching, especially undergraduate teaching. The success of 34 Chinese universities in entering the top 500 global graduate employment competitiveness shows that China's continuous reform and innovation in teaching and efficient global cooperation in production, teaching and research are helping China to gain more international recognition in personnel training, which has laid a solid foundation for China to attract the best students from the world, especially from Europe and the United States, to study in China. The foundation. "
In this year's QS graduates'employment ability ranking, 13 of 22 mainland Chinese universities have improved their status, 2 universities have declined, and 7 remain unchanged.
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