They are the Academy’s Baby Boomer – University of the Decade of World War II, a time of rapid expansion of higher education in many countries, to raise question, what are the best ‘Golden Age’ Universities in the World?
Times Higher Education has applied the same way in the World University Ranking to grade the Golden Age Institute worldwide established between 1945 and 1967, which are now 50 to 80 years old and ranked the top ten golden age universities in the world.
There are 271 golden era universities; In the United States, there is widespread presence in the UK and India table, but Japan is the most representative country with 46 organizations.
Top 10 top slots of Australia’s top slots! Two go to the US; When there are China, Germany, Hong Kong, South Korea and UK each.
After World War II, Berlin was divided into areas controlled by the winning friends. University of Berlin, Dean Linden himself found himself in the Soviet region.
Berlin’s Free University was founded in 1948 as an alternative to West Berlin. It has more than 32,000 students, more than 5,000 academic staff and 150 degree program offers.
The USSW came in 1949 and there was a student organization of about 52,000 students. Out of 13,000 international students of more than 130 countries.
This university describes itself as the world leader of photovoltaics, HIV / AIDS research and quantum computing, and has 4,300 research workers.
Among the 10 companies that created the University of California, Irvin is located in Orange County – just south of Los Angeles.
It is about 30,000 students and a library of 3.6 million books.
University of Science and Technology of China was founded in 1958 to meet the growing needs of China’s highly skilled workshop with global knowledge of science and technology. Basically, it is located in Beijing, but was transferred to Hefei during the 1970 Cultural Revolution.
It has around 15,000 students and 3,500 faculty members across 15 schools, which are covered in physical science, life sciences, software engineering and electro-optical technology, as well as other science and technology departments.
There are more than 77,000 students in more than 170 countries in Monash – it is the largest university in Australia.
Founded in 1958 in Melbourne, it is now on campus in China, India and Malaysia.
Outside the city of Coventry, there are approximately 26,500 students of University of Warwick and there are about 2,500 academic workers.
It was included in 1965 and there were more than 50 research centers and institutes as well as 29 academy departments.
Several years after Japan’s independence from Korea, the Seoul National University is coming in 1946. This famous university has been in the list of the best ‘Golden Age’ Universities in the World.
Today there are about 16,500 graduates and 11,600 graduate students, 2609 full-time faculty members and 15 colleges of 83 departments.
The Chinese University of Hong Kong conducts nine separate colleges and in 1963, with the modernity, tradition was established with mixed goals.
About 20,000 students are most popular with medical and health related issues. But in the study of Chinese language, culture and economics pride itself.
Although it emerged as a National University in 1946, the Australian National University combined several older, smaller organizations, many of them were involved in astronomy, which is still an important area for Canberra-based ANU.
It has approximately 25,500 students – half of them postgraduate.
The California University, founded in 1960, has more than 38,000 students in San Diego, only 2,500 faculty staff and the world’s largest geological and marine science Scripts Institute. This reputed university has been in the list of the best ‘Golden Age’ Universities in the World.