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Top 20 computer science schools in the world

To get a job in Google, Facebook, Microsoft, and Apple is the dream of every computer science student. For getting a job in such companies we have to choose the best course from top most universities.

If you have to want a job in such reputed companies then you have to take education from top universities. Candidate hiring in this company depending on academic reputation, employer reputation, and research impact.


Top 20 computer science schools in the world:

1. Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT):

it's not all that surprising that one of the world's most prestigious universities is also home to the world's top computer science and information systems course. Those degrees scored 94 on the QS ranking system. According to The Guardian ", a survey of living MIT alumni found that they have formed 25,800 companies, employing more than three million people including about a quarter of the workforce of Silicon Valley."

2. Stanford University:

 Close but no cigar. The Californian institution has a reputation for producing graduates that go on to finding some of the world's biggest technology companies, including Google, HP, Instagram, and Snap chat. The university received a score of 93.6.

3. Carnegie Mellon University:

This private research university in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, may not have the same international reputation as Harvard and Stanford but its computer science and information systems courses are still very highly regarded, scoring 91.9 on the QS rankings.

4. University of California, Berkeley (UCB):

Located just over the water from San Francisco, Berkeley's grand university buildings are an impressive sight. The university's computer science and information systems course receives a ranking of 89.9.

5. University of Cambridge:

The city of Cambridge is one of the UK's biggest technology hubs thanks in large part to its university, which appears at the top of many global university rankings. The university's computer science and information systems course received a QS ranking of 88.9.

6. Harvard University:

The best university in the world (according to QS) doesn't have the best computer science and information systems course in the world. In at sixth place, the academic powerhouse that Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg dropped out of still packs a punch with a score of 88.4.

7. University of Oxford:

founded in 1096, the ancient university is still at the forefront of technology, with startups like Deep Mind having strong links to the institution. Oxford received a score of 87.8.

8. Princeton University:

Located in New Jersey, this Ivy League establishment usually scores well across the board. It received a QS ranking of 85.6 for its computer science and information systems courses.

9. ETH Zurich - Swiss Federal Institute of Technology:

The highest scoring university that isn't in the US or the UK. Twenty-one Nobel Prizes have been awarded to students or professors at EHT and the university's computer science and information systems courses scored an impressive 85.4

10. National University of Singapore (NUS):

The NUS is the oldest institute of higher learning in Singapore. It has around 35,000 students and its computer science and information systems courses achieved a QS ranking of 84.2.

11. University of Toronto:

Canada's top university when it comes to computer science and information systems. Courses were given a QS score of 84.2.

12. Imperial College London:

Not quite up there with Oxbridge, but not far behind either. Imperial's computer science and information systems courses were given a score of 83.7.

13. University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA):

UCLA is home to around 43,000 students. The institution's computer science and information systems courses score 83.1 on the QS rankings.

14. The University of Melbourne:

Australia's second oldest university excels in a number of areas, including education, law, accounting and finance, and dentistry. The institution's computer science and information systems courses received a score of 82.3.

15. Tsinghua University:

This Beijing institution is one of the nine members in the elite C9 League of universities. Tsinghua's computer science and information systems courses received a score of 82.2.

16. Peking University:

Located in Beijing, Peking University's School of Electronics Engineering and Computer Science (EECS) is its largest department. The department's computer science and information systems courses were given a QS ranking of 81.8.

17. University of Washington:

Based in Seattle, the University of Washington achieved a QS score of 81.8 for computer science and information systems.

18. The University of Tokyo:

Situated in the world's most populated city, the University of Tokyo is home to an impressive range of computer science and information systems courses. The university received a QS score of 81.7.

19. The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology:

With 81.4 points, HKUST is the best-ranked university in Hong Kong when it comes to computer science and information systems courses.

20. Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU) :

Young and research-focused, NTU Singapore is ranked 20th globally in the QS world university rankings. Its computer science and information systems courses came in with a score of 81.3.

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