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Physics

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Universities & Colleges

According to U.S. News & World Report there are over 600 universities all over the world which offer graduate programs in Physics & allied subjects.The top 10 are listed here based on the subject score.

#1   Massachusetts Institute of Technology

 United States Cambridge, MA

97.2

#2  University of California--Berkeley

 United States Berkeley, CA

94.7

#3  Harvard University

 United States Cambridge, MA

92.9

Stanford University

 United States Stanford, CA

92.8

California Institute of Technology

 United States Pasadena, CA

92.7

 

#6  University of Chicago

 United States Chicago, IL

90.5

# 7 University of Oxford

 United Kingdom Oxford

90.4

#8  University of Tokyo

 Japan Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo

89.5

#9  University of Cambridge

 United Kingdom Cambridge

89.1

#10  Princeton University

 United States Princeton, NJ