The world’s top ten universities work with edX technology. Eight of them are currently edX partners (Caltech, MIT, Harvard University, Princeton University, Imperial College London, ETH Zurich, UC Berkeley, and University of Chicago), one will become a partner soon (Oxford University) and another one (Stanford University) uses Open edX technology through its platform Lagunita.
This top ten list has been established by Times Higher Education as its 2016-17 World University Rankings list. The ranking evaluates universities’ 13 performance indicators across all of their core missions such as teaching, research, knowledge transfer and international outlook.
“By partnering with many of the best institutions in the world, we are proud to offer high-quality programs that improve lives and empower learners to gain deep, career-relevant knowledge,” wrote edX in its blog.