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Asia's Best Universities 1999


Schools marked with an asterisk (*) use "National" as part of their title. Asiaweek decided to drop the appellation from the names of schools from mainland China and Taiwan.

1999 Rank University Name
1 Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology
2 Pohang University of Science and Technology (S. Korea)
3 Tokyo Institute of Technology
4 Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi
5 Indian Institute of Technology, Madras
6 Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay
7 Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur
8 Nanyang Technological University (Singapore)
9 University of Science and Technology of China
10 Taiwan University of Science and Technology*
11 Huazhong University of Science and Technology (China)
12 Nagoya Institute of Technology
13 Science University of Tokyo
14 Curtin University of Technology (Australia)
15 Institute of Technology Bandung (Indonesia)
16 Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications
17 University of Roorkee (India)
18 Muroran Institute of Technology (Japan)
19 University of Technology, Sydney
20 Tokyo Denki University
21 Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (Australia)
22 Technological University of Malaysia (UTM)
23 South China University of Technology
24 Ghulam Ishaq Khan Institute of Engineering (Pakistan)
25 King Mongkut's Institute of Tech. Ladkrabang (Thailand)
26 Queensland University of Technology (Australia)
27 Anna University, Chennai
28 Shaheed Zulfikar Ali Bhutto Inst. of Science & Tech. (Pakistan)
29 National University of Science and Technology (Pakistan)
30 Victoria University of Technology (Australia)
31 University of South Australia
32 Mahanakorn University of Technology (Thailand)
33 King Mongkut's University of Tech Thonburi (Thailand)
34 King Mongkut's Institute of Tech North Bangkok
35 Hohai University (China)

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