Two Top Universities Are Letting Students Down, Report Claims
Beijing’s Peking and Tsinghua universities have long been heralded as China’s top contenders for taking on world-class institutions such as Harvard and Oxford.
But a recent ranking of Chinese universities has the pair trailing behind even some of the country’s less-prestigious institutions.
The rankings — which looked at a group of universities that the government wants to be world-class in the coming decades — rated institutions on four criteria, including students’ extracurricular activities and student growth.
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