1. University of Oxford
Oxford is one of the oldest universities “in the English-speaking world”, according to the ranking. It has the United Kingdom’s largest library systems with over 100 libraries. The campus educates 19,718 students, 35 per cent of whom are international student.
The university has courses for undergraduates, graduates and continuing education. It is the first ranking university in clinical, pre-clinical and health education and secured high ranks in other education departments including Life Sciences, Business and Economics, Computer Science, Physical Science and Arts and Humanities. The university also boasts of having 26 Nobel Laureate, 120 Olympic medallists and over 30 modern world leaders as their alumni.