US News: 2019 Best Global Universities for clinical medicine

Alyssa Rege - Print  | 

U.S. News and World Report released its annual 2019 Best Global Universities rankings on Oct. 30 for the fifth straight year.

For the rankings, U.S. News evaluated 1,250 universities and colleges across 75 countries. The U.S. saw the highest number of universities on the list with 227, followed by China (130 schools), the U.K. (78 schools), Japan (67 schools) and Germany (62 schools).

The latest edition of the list includes rankings by country, region and in 22 areas of study. Clarivate Analytics InCites provided U.S. News with the data and metrics used in the subject rankings. The publication also analyzed several other sources, including publications and citations, and indicators for the institution's global and regional reputation in each subject area. Scores were provided on a zero to 100 scale, with the highest-performing universities earning a subject score of 100.

Here are the U.S. News top 10 universities in the world for clinical medicine along with their rating, including ties:  

  1. Harvard University (Cambridge, Mass.) — 100
  2. Johns Hopkins University (Baltimore) — 90.7
  3. UC San Francisco — 87.4
  4. University of Oxford (U.K.) — 86.5
  5. University of Toronto (Canada) — 85.7
  6. University of Washington (Seattle) — 85.4
  7. Stanford (Calif.) University — 84.9
  8. University of Pennsylvania (Philadelphia) — 84.9
  9. Duke University (Durham, N.C.) — 84.5
  10. Columbia University (New York City) — 83.7

To access the full list, click here.

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