The Times Higher Education released its 2019 World University Rankings this week, judging research-intensive universities across such categories as teaching, research, knowledge transfer, and international outlook.
More than 1,250 universities were included in the rankings, with the top two spots both in the United Kingdom–the University of Oxford and the University of Cambridge.
The rest of the top 10 consisted mostly of top U.S. colleges: Stanford (3), Massachusetts Institute of Technology (4), California Institute of Technology (5), Harvard (6), Princeton (7), Yale (8), and the University of Chicago (10).
Imperial College London in the United Kingdom rounded out the top 10.
The highest ranked Canadian post-secondary institution was the University of Toronto (21).
To see the full list or for more information on the methodology and analysis of the rankings, visit here.