Top Universities in Japan 2013
Top Universities in Japan: In recent years, Japan has become a major study abroad destination for students from various parts of the world. There are many reasons for the increasing demand for Japan as an overseas education destination. The major among them are the variety of courses and the low cost of education as compared to other countries. Here, we are providing the top universities in Japan 2013 list to help you take the best higher education decision.
The best universities in Japan 2013 list has major universities such as the University of Tokyo, Kyoto University, Osaka University, Hokkaido University and Nagoya University. The list has been prepared by the ARWU World University Ranking 2013, THE World University ranking and QS World University Rankings 2013. The list that has the universities with their national and world ranks will help students to compare various universities and choose the best.
The below given table provides you the details of the top universities in Japan 2013:
|Institution||ARWU World Rank||QS World Rank||THE Rank||Admission Calendar|
|The University of Tokyo||21||32||26||View Admission Calendar|
|Kyoto University||26||35||52||View Admission Calendar|
|Hokkaido University||101-150||144||301-350||View Admission Calendar|
|Nagoya University||101-150||99||201-225||View Admission Calendar|
|Tohoku University||101-150||75||150||View Admission Calendar|
|Tokyo Institute of Technology||101-150||66||125||View Admission Calendar|
|Kyushu University||151-200||133||301-350||View Admission Calendar|
|University of Tsukuba||151-200||210||301-350|
|Kobe University||201-300||304||View Admission Calendar|
|Keio University||301-400||193||View Admission Calendar|
|Tokyo Medical and Dental University||301-400||276||276-300|
|Niigata University||401-500||---||View Admission Calendar|
|Osaka City University||401-500||551-600|
|The University of Tokushima||401-500||---|
|Tokyo University of Science||---||441-450|
|Tokyo Metropolitan University||---||---||201-225|
* Institutions within the same rank range are listed alphabetically.