Massachusetts Institute of Technology (USA)
- Ranked No. 1 in in the world for Engineering/Technology in THE - QS World University Rankings 2009.
- MIT's School of Engineering is ranked No. 1 in the U.S. News American graduate school program rankings 2010. It is also placed first in six of 12 engineering specialties - aeronautics and astronautics, chemical, computer, electrical, materials and mechanical engineering. The School of Engineering received a perfect 5.0 peer assessment score.
The University of Tokyo (Japan)
- 1st in Asia and 6th globally for Engineering/Technology (THE-QS 2009).
- The School of Engineering offers master's level and doctoral courses and degrees in the Department of Civil Engineering; Department of Architecture; Department of Urban Engineering; Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics; Department of Applied Physics; etc.
University of Cambridge (UK)
- The Department of Engineering came top of the rankings for General Engineering according to the national Research Assessment Exercise (RAE) 2008.
- A Top Engineering College in Europe, placed 1st in the region and Top 4 globally in the 2009 Times Higher Education Supplement World University Rankings for Engineering and IT Universities.
University of Toronto (Canada)
- It is the top engineering college in Canada, placed above all other Canadian institutions in the Shanghai Jiao Tong University ranking in the broad field of engineering/technology and computer sciences; and the THES ranking in the field of technology (2009).
- U of Toronto Engineering ranks 5th in North America following MIT (first overall in Technology), Berkeley, Stanford, and Caltech (THES 2009).
Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) (Korea, South)
- 21st globally in the area of Engineering and Information Technology (THE-QS 2009).
- Named the No. 1 Asian university in science and technology by the Hong Kong-based news magazine Asiaweek.
University of Melbourne (Australia)
- Rated 1st in the country and 29th in the world for Technology (Times Higher Education 2009).
- Areas of specialisation offered include Biomedical Engineering; Geomatics/Surveying; Mechatronics; Mining; Computer Science, Software Engineering & IT; etc.
Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
- 26th among the World's Top 100 Engineering Colleges (THE-QS league table 2009). It was the only Hong Kong institution ranked in the top 50.
- The School of Engineering is placed among the top 5 universities in the Asia-Pacific Region, 1st amongst all universities in Greater China, including Mainland, Hong Kong, and Taiwan (ARWU 2009 World's Top 100 Universities in Engineering/Technology and Computer Sciences).
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