The Star reported that
Universiti Malaya (UM) reaffirmed its status as the nation's premier university for the fourth year in a row, achieving its best position in the QS Asian University Rankings 2012 at 35th overall and the first among all higher learning institutions in the country.
UM extended its domination as the top university in Malaysia since the first QS Asian University Rankings was introduced four years ago and has seen a steady improvement in rankings year by year.
"In this year's Asian rankings revealed by QS, UM achieved an overall score of 71.4 out of a possible 100 and ranked fourth for inbound and outbound student exchange.
"It was also ranked number one in Malaysia for academic reputation and employer reputation," said its vice-chancellor Tan Sri Dr Ghauth Jasmon in a statement on Wednesday.
The university's ultimate aim is to be among the top 100 world-ranked universities in 2015.
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