Asia Fastest Growing University

asia fastest growing university

Western universities face declining tuition fee income and budget constraints, while higher education in Asia continues to expand rapidly. China now boasts two universities among the world’s top-15, including Peking University (12th) and Tsinghua University (14th). Singapore remains the highest-ranked Asian university overall with National University of Singapore rising one spot to 11th while Nanyang Technological University was taken off this year’s list altogether.

The 2023 edition of the QS Asia University Rankings features an unprecedented 760 Asian universities – making this edition the biggest to date! Now is an excellent time to study in Asia as universities make significant investments in research and facilities; for example, China invested over 70 billion yuan ($70 billion) over five years into their universities; Taiwan will invest an additional NT$83.6 billion ($2.2 billion); while Malaysia plans on giving 20% of their entire national 2021 budget towards supporting higher education.

Students from around the globe are flocking to Asia in droves to study and explore. From sandy beaches to towering skyscrapers, Asia has it all for students seeking adventure. Home to an abundance of languages, cultures and traditions; international students may wish to add another dimension to their studies in Asia by learning a foreign tongue – or take advantage of organized culture-exploring tours organized by student clubs – making the most out of your time in this part of the world as international students.


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