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中国大陆名校上榜数居亚洲之首 超过日本

http://www.sina.com.cn   2010年09月17日 17:50   环球时报

  Japan has slipped in an annual table of world university rankings and has been overtaken by China for the first time, according to survey results released Thursday。

  The number of Japanese institutions among the world's top 200 universities has fallen from 11 to five, the Times Higher Education magazine rankings showed. The only Japanese institution to be placed in the top 50 is the University of Tokyo。

  By contrast, China has six universities in the top 200 - more than any country in Asia - "in what many of Japan's institutions will see as very disappointing results," according to a statement from the magazine. Peking University is the highest-ranked Chinese institution at 37th。

  "Recent cuts in higher education funding, and a new more detailed methodology for the rankings, have exposed serious weaknesses in the performance of Japan's leading institutions on a global stage," says the commentary。

  共同社伦敦9月16日文章:日本在世界大学排名下滑,被中国赶超

  据16日公布的调查结果显示,日本在世界大学年度排名榜的位置下滑并首次落在中国后面。

  《泰晤士报高等教育副刊》刊登的排名表显示,在世界前200所大学中,日本院校数量从11所减少到5所。唯一进入前50名的学校是东京大学。

  相比之下,中国大陆有6所学校进入前200名——比其他任何亚洲国家都要多——该杂志称“日本许多科研院所会对此结果感到失望”。北京大学时排名最靠前的中国大陆大学,位列第37。

  杂志评论说:“最近对高等教育资金的削减和更细致的排名新方法,揭示了日本重要学府在在世界舞台表现上的严重弱点。”

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