Two Israeli Universities Among Top 100 for Research

JERUSALEM - AUGUST 12: Foreign students cry during a ceremony to honor victims of an explosion at a Hebrew University cafeteria, organized by The International School for Overseas Students August 12, 2002 in Jerusalem, Israel. The July 31, 2002 bomb blast killed eight people, including five American citizens. (Photo by …
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The Jerusalem Post reports: Two Israeli universities have been ranked among the world’s top 100 for research, according to the annual QS World University Rankings released Monday.

First compiled in 2004, the QS World University Rankings rates the world’s best-performing higher education institutions, assessing some 3,000 and ranking more than 800.

The Hebrew University of Jerusalem was the highest ranking academic institution in Israel and ranked 148th globally, maintaining its standing from the previous year.

The Technion-Israel Institute of Technology was ranked third in Israel and 213th worldwide, dropping 15 places overall and out of the top 200 universities bracket from the previous year, when it ranked 198th. However, the university placed 76th globally for research.

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