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Scores of Top 4 PHL universities drop in QS World University Rankings

The scores of the top four universities in the Philippines have significantly dropped in the QS World University Rankings this year.
The University of the Philippines (UP), still the best in the country based on the rankings, dropped with a lower overall score of 401 to 410 compared to its last year's score of 63.
The Ateneo de Manila University (ADMU) got the score of 501 to 550, also lower compared to last year's score of 115.
The De La Salle University (DLSU) and the University of Santo Tomas (UST) are tied with overall scores of 701+.
Last year, UST ranked third with an overasll score of 141 followed by DLSU with 151-160.

The Ateneo de Davao University, which was ranked fifth in the country last year, failed to make it to the Top 300 universities this year.
Meanwhile, only UP and ADMU were given ranks in the "academic reputation" indicator. UP got a score of 257 while ADMU got 395.
The Top 10 universities in the world are:
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (US)
Harvard University (US)
University of Cambridge (UK)
Standord University (US)
California Institute of Technology (US)
University of Oxford (UK)
University College London (UK)
Imperial College London (UK)
ETH Zurich (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology) (Switzerland)
University of Chicago (US)

—ALG, GMA News