Top 10 Largest Hotels In The World
Below list shows the largest hotels in the world.
Location: Las Vegas, United States
Palazzo is a luxury hotel and casino resort and named the largest hotel in the world by the Guinness Book of World Records.
It is situated between Wynn and The Venetian on the Las Vegas Strip in Paradise, Nevada. One of the tallest completed building in Nevada. This all-suite hotel offers the largest standard accommodations on the Las Vegas Strip with 53 floors. The Palazzo was awarded the AAA Five Diamond Award for 2009, and has been awarded the honor every year since.
MGM Grand Las Vegas
Location: Las Vegas, United States
This colossal, emerald-colored casino resort is fronted by a signature 45-foot bronze lion situated on the South end of the Strip across from the Tropicana.
The modern rooms have sleek furnishings, glass-topped desks and marble bathrooms; suites add living areas and Roman bathtubs. Some wellness-themed rooms feature air purification systems, aromatherapy diffusers, and access to a special lounge. A resort fee includes Wi-Fi and access to a workout room.
Perks include 4 pools, 3 whirlpools, and a lazy river, live entertainment, a spa and fitness center a huge casino, trendy nightclubs, and numerous fine dining and casual restaurants
First World Hotel
A three-star hotel, making it the third-largest hotel in the world by number of rooms. It was the largest hotel in the world with 52 floors until The Palazzo. It consists of Tower 1 and Tower 2, with 1,669 standard rooms, 3,307 deluxe rooms, 69 deluxe triple rooms, 493 superior deluxe rooms and 136 world club rooms.
Disney’s All-Star Sports Resort
Location: Orlando, United States
A resort which is a part of the Disney world and totally having 30 buildings with 3 floors each. It is one of five Resorts in the Value Resort category, along with Disney’s All-Star Music Resort, Disney’s All-Star Movies Resort, Disney’s Pop Century Resort, and Disney’s Art of Animation Resort.
As is characteristic with all Disney Value resorts, the property is decorated with giant novelty items such as Surfboard Bay, the baseball-themed Grand Slam Pool and a football field, and a giant football helmet.
Location: Moscow, Russia
The Izmailovo Hotel was built for the 1980 Summer Olympics, because Moscow lacked enough hotel rooms in 30 stories each other. It is usually rated a three star hotel (Alfa, Vega and Delta are rated four star hotels) and its four buildings, Alfa, Beta, Vega and Gamma-Delta, are independently managed.
Wynn Las Vegas
Location: Las Vegas, United States
It is a luxury resort and casino has 93 floors. The resort covers 215 acres. The resort has earned AAA five diamond, Mobil five-star, Forbes five-star, Michelin five star, and Zagat Survey Top U.S. Hotel ratings, as well as one Michelin star for its restaurant Wing Lei.
It is considered to be one of the finest hotels in the world and collectively hold more Forbes five-star awards than any other resort and casino in the world.
Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino
Location: Las Vegas, United States
A 43-story luxury hotel and casino, owned and operated by MGM Resorts International. One of the property’s towers operates as the Delano, also the Four Seasons Hotel is independently operated within the Mandalay Bay tower, occupying 5 floors (35–39).
The Mandalay Bay Tram connects the resort to its sister properties, Excalibur and Luxor, all three of which were constructed by Circus Enterprises before its sale to MGM.
Luxor Las Vegas
Location: Las Vegas, united States
The 30-story hotel owned and operated by International. Due to the 2008 to 2009 renovation, it has a new, highly modernized design including 442 suites, lining the interior walls of a pyramid-shaped tower and within more recent twin 22-story ziggurat towers.
Luxor is the largest hotel in Las Vegas and the seventh largest in the world as of 2010.
The Ambassador City Jomtien
Location: pattaya, Thailand
The Ambassador City Jomtien is a large resort. It occupies a 40-acre campus overlooking the beach and nearby mountains. It consists of five buildings that each contain 150 to 2,000 suites, plus eight restaurants, several bars and nightclubs, a convention center, and a sports/fitness facility that claims to have Asia’s largest swimming pool.
The Excalibur Hotel and Casino
Location: Las vagus, United States
Excalibur Hotel and Casino is a hotel and casino, owned and operated by MGM Resorts International.
Often Excalibur uses the Arthurian theme in several ways and named as mythical sword of King Arthur. Its facade is a stylized image of a castle. The hotel is linked by overhead pedestrian bridges to neighboring casinos to the north to the east.
Tallest mountains in the world
This article is about mountains on Earth. For the Solar System, see List of tallest mountains in the Solar System.
There are at least 109 mountains with elevations greater than 7,200 metres (23,622 ft) above sea level. All of these mountains are located in southern and central Asia. Only those summits are included that, by an objective measure, may be considered individual mountains as opposed to subsidiary peaks.
Location: Mahalangur, Himalayas.
Height: 8,848 metres
Mount Everest, is the first highest mountain in the world. Mount Everest is the place of attractions so many highly experienced mountaineers as well as capable climbers willing to hire professional guides. The first recorded efforts to reach Everest’s summit were made by British mountaineers.
Location: Qogir, Godwin Austen
Height: 8,611 metres
K2 is the 2nd highest mountain and most dangerous mountain in the world. This is because of the massiveness in the size of this mountain and the numerous unsuccessful attempts made on it by various expeditions, which include mostly American expeditions.
Location: Sikkim and Nepal, India
Height: 8,586 metres
The main peak of Kanchenjunga is the second highest mountain in Nepal after Mount Everest.it has five peaks connected continuously to it. Kanchenjunga has an enormous mass with numerous satellite peaks along its ridges.
Height: 8516 metres
Lhotse is the fourth highest mountain on Earth and is connected to Everest via the South Col. Lhotse means “South Peak” in Tibetan. It is located at the border between Tibet (China) and the Khumbu region of Nepal.
Location: southern part of Mount Everest
Height: 8,485 metres
Makalu, One of the eight-thou sanders, Makalu is an isolated peak whose shape is a four-sided pyramid and it’s on the bordered between Nepal and China.
Height: 8,188 metres
Cho Oyu is the sixth highest mountain in the world and in the Border of Tibet and china. The mountain is the westernmost major peak of the Khumbu sub-section of the Mahalangur Himalaya 20 km west of Mount Everest. The mountain stands on the Tibet-Nepal border.
Location: North of central Nepal
Height: 8,167 metres
Dhaulagiri is the seventh highest mountain in the world. Its name means “White Mountain”. This mountain, along with Annapurna, is home to a more dramatic scene than most of the other mountains, for they face each other while separated by a valley.
Location: Mansiri himal, Nepal
Height: 8,163 metres
Manaslu is the eighth highest mountain in the world.Its name, which means “Mountain of the Spirit”, comes from the Sanskrit word Manasa, meaning “intellect” or “soul”. It is said that just as the British consider Everest their mountain, Manaslu has always been a Japanese mountain.
Height: 8,126 metres
Nanga Parbat is the world’s ninth tallest mountain. Although the name is Urdu for “Naked Mountain”, for first half of the twentieth century it was known as “Killer Mountain”. It was called this because it used to be an incredibly dangerous climb to the top. Now however, it is less dangerous to climb, but still very difficult. This mountain is an immense and dramatic peak that rises above its surrounding area in Pakistan.
Location: central Nepal
Height: 8,091 metres
Annapurna is a section of the Himalayas in north-central Nepal which is the tenth highest mountain in the world. Its peaks are some of the world’s most dangerous to climb. In fact, they have a fatality rate of about forty percent.
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Top 10 largest airports in the world
Below you’ll find interesting aerial photos of the 10 largest airlines in the world—largest defined by the number international passenger carried and number of countries served
10. China Eastern Airlines
China Eastern Airlines is owned by China Eastern Airlines Corporation Limited. A major Chinese airline, it is headquartered at Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport in Changing District in Shanghai, China. It is China’s second largest carrier in terms of passenger numbers, and operates regional, domestic, and international routes. In 2012 alone, it flew more than 73 million international and domestic passengers. In 2011, China Eastern Airlines and its subsidiary Shanghai Airlines became members of Sky Team, a global alliance of 19 top-quality airlines that flies to 1,024 destinations.
Emirates retained their stranglehold on the World’s Best Inflight Entertainment awards at the 2015 Skytrax World Airline Awards in Paris. Finishing ahead of Qatar Airways in second place and Singapore Airlines in third, EK continues to have the edge over its closest global competitors despite continued hardware and programming improvements by carriers across the industry.
Emirates secured the award for Best First Class Comfort Amenities ahead of local rival Etihad Airways and Singapore Airlines. At the top-end of the industry this is a very competitive category – particularly when assessing the quality levels between the top-5 airlines.
8. Singapore Airlines
The Change based flag carrier finished second in the global survey ranking edging out regional rival (and 2014 winner) Cathay Pacific Airways and ANA All Nippon Airways in the Asia region category. Singapore Airlines also achieved success at the front end of the aircraft with highly sought after World’s Best Business Class leading Qatar Airways and Cathay Pacific in second and third place.
7. Air Canada
Air Canada is the largest airline and the flag carrier of Canada. It was founded in 1936 under the name Trans-Canada Airlines, and was renamed Air Canada in 1965. While it was originally a government creation, it has since been privatized. Its corporate headquarters is located in Montreal, Quebec, and its largest hub is at the Toronto Pearson International Airport in Mississauga, Ontario. It provides chartered and scheduled air transport for cargo and passengers to 178 destinations worldwide, and is a founding member of Star Alliance, an alliance of 28 airlines that was formed in 1997. Its 354 plane fleet includes the aircraft of its regional service provider, Air Canada Express.
Deutsche Lufthansa AG, also known as Lufthansa German Airlines, is the flag carrier of Germany. It is the largest airline in Europe in terms of fleet size and overall passengers carried. It was previously a state-owned enterprise, but was privatized in 1994. Its corporate headquarters is located in Cologne, North Rhine-Westphalia, and Germany. Lufthansa Aviation Centre, its main operations base, is located at its primary traffic hub at the Frankfurt Airport. It flies to 18 domestic destinations and 197 international destinations in 78 countries worldwide. Its 401 planes include the fleets of Lufthansa Regional and Lufthansa City Line.
5. China Southern Airlines
China Southern Airlines is owned by China Southern Airlines Company Limited. Its headquarters is located at Baiyun District, Guangzhou Province at the People’s Republic of China, and its main hubs are located at the Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport and the Beijing Capital International Airport. It is Asia’s largest airline in terms of passengers carried and fleet size, and is the fourth largest airline in the world by domestic passenger traffic. It is considered one of China’s Big Three airlines, together with China Eastern Airlines and Air China. It flies to 193 destinations and is a member of SkyTeam. It carried 86.5 million international and domestic passengers in 2012.
4. South west Airlines
Located in Dallas, Texas, Southwest Airlines is the world’s largest low-cost carrier, and carries the greatest number of domestic passengers of any U.S. airline. It flies to 86 destinations in 42 states and Puerto Rico. It operates more than 3,400 flights daily, and only flies Boeing 737s. It is the largest 737 operator worldwide, with more than 550 in service, each flying an average of six trips daily. Its fleet of 683 includes the AirTran Airways’ planes, an airline it acquired in 2011. The integration of the two carriers is expected to be completed in 2014.
3. American Airlines
American Airlines is another major airline in the United States. Owned by AMR Corporation and run out of Fort Worth, Texas, its largest hub is located at the Dallas/Fort worth International Airport, where it accounts for 85% of traffic and 83% of landing fees. It flies to numerous domestic and international destinations throughout Asia Pacific, Europe, South America, the Caribbean, and North America. Early in 2013, it announced plans to merge with US Airways, with American Airlines being the surviving name and branding. If the merger pushes through, it will create the largest airline in the world. However, the planned merger faces a civil lawsuit over anti-trust issues. The airlines, for their part, have vowed to continue the merger. Its fleet of 873 includes American eagle, which operates most of its regional carrier flights.
2. United Airlines
United Airlines, Inc. is a wholly owned subsidiary of United Continental Holdings. Previously owned by The Boeing Company, one of the world’s largest aircraft makers, its headquarters is located at the Willis Tower in Chicago, Illinois. It operates in 10 airline hubs in Japan, Guam, and the continental United States. With its acquisition of Continental Airlines, it now enjoys more revenue passenger miles than any other airline in the world. Its fleet of 1,264 includes the planes of its flight connection service brand name, United Express.
1. Delta Air Lines
It is the oldest airline operating in the US. Its headquarters is located in Atlanta in Georgia, and its hub and technical operations centre, Delta Tec hops, are located at the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, the busiest airport in the world in terms of landings, take-offs, and passenger traffic. It flies to numerous domestic and international destinations, serving all continents except for Antarctica. It operates more than 5,000 flights daily, and is one of the founding members of the Sky Team alliance. Its fleet of 1,280 planes includes the fleet of its regional service provider, Delta Connection.
Harbours, a place of haven for boats in stormy weather, can also provide some wonderful vistas. Here are our top ten Harbour views.
China- Shanghai Harbour
The port of Shanghai became the biggest port in the world with five areas. The port also being the source for great economic activity. That year alone, around 29 million TEUs were handled by the port of Shanghai which has both a sea as well as a river port.
It is formed in the year 2006 as a collaborative venture between the Ningbo port and the Zhoushan port. The Ningbo-Zhoushan port is the second-largest marine port in the world.
Totally three rivers are connecting such as the Yangtze, the Yong and the Qaintang, the port is expected to have a huge boost in the form of the construction of a new terminal.
Singapore –Singapore Harbour
Once rated as the world’s largest port, From the Singaporean economic perspective, the port of Singapore plays a very important role as it caters to the re-export market on a mammoth scale.
The Singapore port is connected to over 600 ports spread around more than a 100 countries. Transporting the 50% of crude oil through this port
The only European marine port listed, the Rotterdam port is ranked fourth in the list of biggest marine ports in the world.
It also served as the largest port in the world for 42-years between 1962 and 2004 before it was surpassed by Singapore and Shanghai, in that order. The Rotterdam port is the largest port in the whole of Europe.
Situated at the River Haihe, At present it is connected to over 400 ports in nearly 200 countries across the world, a figure which is expected to rise by the next four years. The Tianjin port is the third largest port in China and the single-largest port in the Northern part of the country.
The largest port in Southern China, the Guangzhou port enjoys connectivity with more than 300 ports in almost 100 countries. The port forms the mainstay for the industrial belt found in the Guangxi, Yunnan, Hunan and Jiangxi regions. The port of Huangpu also forms a part of the Guangzhou port.
China – Qingdao
Facing Japan and South Korea, the world leaders in the shipbuilding business, the Qingdao port is a natural harbour and has connectivity with over 450 ports in over 130 countries. Adjoining the Yellow Sea and located at the Shandong Peninsula, the Qingdao port is ranked seventh in the list of 10 biggest ship ports.
China – Qinhuangdao Port
The Qinhuangdao port is mainly known for its coal transportation in the country. Statistically at present, the port is the biggest coal lading port globally and internally, accounts for nearly 50% of the country’s coal transportation between the North and the South.
China-Hong Kong Harbour
A natural harbour, the Hong Kong port has been very instrumental in the economic furtherance of the city of Hong Kong. Ranked ninth in the list of the largest marine ports in the world, the Hong Kong port is situated in the South China Sea. In the year 2010, the port accounted for 23.7 million TEUs worth of container cargo.
South Korea- Busan
The Port of Busan, doubles as South Korea’s largest port and its second-largest city. The 10th biggest port in the world, the port of Busan is situated at the Naktong River and forms a major commercial getaway between the Pacific Ocean and the countries belonging to Eurasia.The construction of the new port is planned to be completed by 2015.
Plans are underway to establish many more national parks in India. All of the national parks are listed below alongside their location.
1. Great Smoky Mountains
Location: North Carolina
Incensed as one is Great Smoky Mountains National Park, which draws more than ten million visitors annually.it is popular peak with full of visitors always. Most visitors see the park from a mountain-skimming scenic highway; many take to the more than 800 miles of hiking trails across North Carolina and Tennessee.
2. Grand Canyon
A mile deep and up to 18 miles wide at spots, the Grand Canyon is so vast that even from the best vantage point only a fraction of its 277 miles can be seen. In 2014, 4.8 million people witnessed the wonders of one of the largest canyons on Earth.
3. Yosemite National park
California Park in 1890, nearly four million visitors come to this temple annually, most of them spending time in the Yosemite Valley. This mile-wide, 7-mile-long canyon was cut by a river and then widened and deepened by glacial action.
The world’s very first national park remains the showpiece of the National Park Service, visited by more than 3.5 million people a year. The stars are bison, bears, sheep, moose, and wolves. The vast reserve covering 2.2 million acres in Wyoming, Idaho, and Montana has craggy peaks, explosive geysers, alpine lakes, deep forests, and a wealth of wild animals.
5. Rocky Mountain
Location: North America
The main attraction at Rocky Mountain National Park in Colorado are Sweeping vistas. The park contains 150 lakes and 450 miles of streams, plus ecosystems ranging from wetlands to pine forests to montage areas to alpine tundra.
6. Olympic National Park
No roads cross through the park, which contains three distinct ecosystems: temperate rain forest (seen here), subalpine forest and wildflower meadow, and rugged Pacific shore. More than three million people a year explore the unspoiled terrain of Olympic in Washington State.
7. Zion National Park
The park’s striking vertical topography rock towers, sandstone canyons, and sharp cliffs attracts 3.5 million visitors every year.
Rising in Utah’s high plateau country, the Virgin River carves its way through Zion Canyon to the desert below.
8. Grand Teton
The park’s jewel like lakes, blue and white glaciers, and naked granite pinnacles attracts the 2.8 million visitors a year. The peaks of the Teton Range, regal and imposing as they stand nearly 7,000 feet above the Wyoming valley floor, make one of the boldest geological statements in the Rockies.
Most of the park is on Mount Desert Island, a patchwork of parkland, private property, and seaside villages. Sea and mountain meet at Acadia National Park in Maine.
The park’s Going-to-the-Sun Road is considered by many to be one of the world’s most spectacular drives .Rounding out the top ten most popular parks is Glacier National Park, which covers over a million acres in Montana and draws 2.3 million people a year..
Rung ado May Day Stadium
Place: Pyongyang, North Korea
This multi-purpose largest stadiums was completed on May 1, 1989. It is currently used for soccer matches, a few athletics matches, but most often for Arirang Festival performances, which is a gymnastics and artistic festival. It is compatible with 150,000 spectators.
Place: MI, United States
The stadium was nicknamed as “The Big House”, this football stadium for the University of Michigan was built in 1927 and was expended several times since then the last time in 2010. It is the home of the Michigan Wolverines football team. Can consume with 109,901 spectators.
Beaver Stadium, State College
Place: PA, United States
This football stadium is located on the campus of The Pennsylvania State University and the home stadium of Penn State Nittany Lions football team. It first opened on September 17, 1960 and last expended in 2001.Have capacity for 106,572 spectators.
Neyland Stadium, Knoxville
Place: TN, United States
This football stadium is the home of the Tennessee Volunteers football team, but is also used to host large conventions and has been a site for several NFL exhibition games. The stadium can filled with 102,455 spectators. First opened in 1921, it was expanded and renovated many times over the years, with the most recent renovation in 2010
Ohio Stadium, Columbus
Place: OH, United States
Located on the campus of The Ohio State University. Its primary purpose is the home venue of the Ohio State Buckeyes football team. First opened in 1922 and most recently renovated in 2001. Having 102,329 spectators
Bryant-Denny Stadium, Tuscaloosa
Place: AL, United States
This stadium is the home stadium for the University of Alabama football team. The stadium opened in 1929 and was originally named Denny Stadium in honour of former University of Alabama president George H. Denny. The Denny stadium having capacity for 101,821 spectators. The stadium’s name was amended to Bryant–Denny Stadium in 1975 after the Alabama legislature chose to honour famed Alabama coach Paul “Bear” Bryant. The stadium underwent many expansion over the years, most recently in 2010
Darrell K Royal–Texas Memorial Stadium
Place: Austin, United States
This stadium has been home to the University of Texas at Austin Longhorns football team since 1924. It has the capacity for 100,119 spectators
Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG)
Place: Melbourne, Australia
This is the multi-purpose stadium is used for cricket, Australian Rules football and soccer. It is the home stadium to the Melbourne Cricket Club. It’s the largest stadium in Australia and the biggest cricket stadium in the world. This stadium having capacity for 100,018 spectators.
Jornalista Mario Filho
Place: Reo De janerio, Brazil
The Jornalista Mario Filho stadium is a soccer stadium. But recent figures suggest they work to a safe capacity of 103,045. Owned by the State Government, it is mostly used by the biggest football clubs in Rio de Janeiro including Flamengo, Botafogo and Fluminense.
The Azteca Stadium is the biggest stadiums in the world with an official capacity of 114,465 people. Used mostly for football matches, it is the home of the Mexico national team and Mexican club team America. It is the only stadium ever to host two World Cup final matches, in 1970 and 1986.
Place: Cambridge, USA
Harvard University is the standard university. No one can ever challenge its position in the world’s academic institution.Harvard is the oldest school in the world’s richest nation, and it has capitalized on the benefits this grants.
The school has produced 47 Nobel Laureates, 32 heads of state, and 48 Pulitzer Prize winners. It boasts the largest academic library in the world as well as leading medical, law, and business schools. It has an integrated alumni network that stretches around the globe.This fact equips both students and faculty with endless opportunities for collaborative research.
Place: Stanford, USA
Stanford has access to numerous world-class research resources also includes the ionosphere research.And the SLAC Accelerator Laboratory actively advances the U.S. Department of Energy’s research.Stanford which is one of the nation’s leading social, political, and economic think tanks.
But it takes more than just great laboratories and facilities to build a great research centre. Stanford also has some of the finest minds in the world working for it. The school’s faculty currently include 22 Nobel Laureates, 51 members of the American Philosophical Society, three Presidential Medal of Freedom recipients, 158 National Academy of Science members, five Pulitzer Prize winners, and 27 MacArthur Fellows.
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
Place: Cambridge, USA
Founded in 1861, MIT has become the world’s pre-eminent science research centre.
The university is known for a focused approach that uses first-class methodologies to tackle world-class problems. This pragmatic creativity has produced legions of scientists and engineers, as well as 80 Nobel Laureates, 56 National Medal of Science winners, 43 MacArthur Fellows, and 28 National Medal of Technology and Innovation winners.
University of Cambridge
Place: Cambridge, UK
As one of the oldest universities in the world which founded in 1209, Cambridge is an ancient school steeped in tradition.
It is small exaggeration to say the history of western science is built on a cornerstone called Cambridge. The roster of great scientists and mathematicians associated with the university includes Francis Bacon, Isaac Newton, Charles Darwin, James Clerk Maxwell, Augustus De Morgan, Ernest Rutherford, G.H. Hardy, Srinivasa Ramanujan, Alan Turing, Francis Crick, James Watson, Roger Penrose, and Stephen Hawking. Whether speaking of the unifying ideas in physics, the foundations of computer science, or the codifying of biology, Cambridge has been at the forefront of humanity’s quest for truth longer than most nations have existed.
It’s over 18,000 students represent more than 135 countries and its faculty have earned over 80 Nobel laureates.
Place: Princeton, USA
Princeton University is one of the oldest, most historic universities in the United States Princeton spreads its considerable wealth across a far smaller number of students and programs.
Princeton has no law school, medical school, business school, or divinity school. Instead of developing professional programs, it has self-consciously evolved into a massive, research-driven think tank.Even brilliant valedictions who come here from around the country find that they need to focus on their studies.
California Institute of Technology (Caltech)
Place: Pasadena, USA
The research universities pride themselves on giving you the opportunity to work alongside leaders in their respective fields who write the textbooks.
Its faculty includes 33 Nobel Laureates, 58 National Medal of Science recipients, 13 National Medal of Technology and Innovation recipients, and 111 National Academy of Science members.
These students and teachers can also study at some of the school’s world-famous research centres, such as the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, the Seismological Laboratory, and the International Observatory Network.
Place: New Haven, USA
Yale University has everything one would expect from a major research university
The university’s research centres address topics as varied as Benjamin Franklin’s writings, bioethics, magnetic resonance research, and the Russian archives.
Yale is equally dominant in the humanities, the sciences, and the learned professions. This gives the school a unique ability to pursue interdisciplinary research.
Yale also enjoys a flexible alumni network that stretches to every corner of the globe.
University College London
Place: London, UK
University College London (UCL) is blessed with an elite staff. Their ranks include 53 members of the Royal Society, 51 of the British Academy, 15 of the Royal Academy of Engineering, and 117 of the Academy of Medical Sciences.
Moreover, the school’s past and present students and faculty members have earned 29 Nobel Prizes.
The school also runs multiple interdisciplinary research programs, such as the UCL Energy Institute, the UCL Centre for Multidisciplinary & Inter cultural Inquiry, and the UCL Cancer Institute.
Imperial College London
Place: London, UK
This university official name is “Imperial College of Science, Technology, and Medicine” focuses on the empirical disciplines. It ascended to prominence by absorbing several smaller institutions, including the Royal College of Chemistry, the Royal School of Mines, the Royal College of Science, and the City and Guilds College.
Today, Imperial College is divided into three main schools: Engineering; Natural Science and Medicine; and Business.
Imperial College’s faculty has laid claim to 14 Nobel Prizes, and the Queen and the Prime Minister share the same physician who teaches there.
Place: Oxford, UK
With its intellectual roots firmly planted in medieval scholastic-ism, Oxford has survived the centuries, adapted to the times, and grown into what it is today—one of the world’s most impressive centres of learning.
Perhaps more than any other school in the world, Oxford’s name has become synonymous with knowledge and learning. This is because the school runs the world’s largest with offices in over 50 countries.
The highest source of income for Oxford continues to be research grants and contracts.