The National University of Singapore (NUS) have once again led the list of the premiere institutions in Asia, followed by Nanyang Technological University (NTU) at the second spot.
According to an article written by Tan Chorh Chuan, President of the National University of Singapore, several key factors such as agility and drive, recruitment and nurturing top-class talents, being able to innovate and differentiate, and their global partnerships have helped them attain the "a steep trajectory of development."
"At the National University of Singapore (NUS), we have reflected considerably on how to proactively create, identify and seize new opportunities within this shifting landscape, to excel and to add value," he said.
Meanwhile, the rest of the list saw 39 universities each from Mainland China and Japan. Leading for China is Peking University - tied with NTU at 2nd place. The University of Tokyo, Japan's highest entry, is at the7th spot.
The THE Asia's University Rankings 2016 results were based on 13 performance indicators grouped into these areas: Teaching, Research, Citations, International outlook, and Industry income
Here are the top 10 universities in the latest THE Asia University Ranking 2016:
See the rest of the list here.