The Times Higher Education released their annual QS World University Rankings this morning — and Yale slipped from the second to third on its list, putting the University behind Harvard and Cambridge. Rankings are determined through a mix of reviews from faculty, students, recruiters and peer institutions. (Harvard had an overall score of 100, Cambridge had 99.6 and Yale had 99.1.)
After Yale came the University College London and the Imperial College London, followed by Oxford and the University of Chicago. But Yale is still ahead of Princeton, and that’s all that matters: the Tigers landed the eighth-place spot with an overall score of 96.6. Check out the full list here.