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From Montreal, Paris to Mumbai and New Delhi, check out list of Best Student Cities across the world

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Thu September 28 2017, 4:50 pm
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    The QS Top Universities website recently ranked the cities from all over the globe on the basis of those which are 'best' for the students. Surprisingly out of the top 100 cities in the list, only two cities from India have made the cut - Mumbai and Delhi. The places mentioned in the ranking are the cities that are favored by students all over the globe on the basis of affordability, desirability and most importantly the scope of employment and employer activity. Here are the top cities that have been termed 'BEST' across the globe by students!

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    Rank 1- Montreal (Canada)- Climbing six places to top this year’s QS Best Student Cities, Canada’s “cultural capital” performs well across all six categories assessed – including the new Student View component. Montreal is home to several of Canada's highest-ranking institutions, including McGill University (currently ranked 30th in the world and 1st in Canada) and the Universite de Montreal (126th in the world, 5th in Canada). The city is also a regular contender in lists of the world’s best places to live – and it seems students agree! (Photo: Top Universities website)

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    Rank 2- Paris (France)- After four consecutive years at the top of the QS Best Student Cities index, the 2017 edition sees the French capital fall one place (losing out to fellow Francophone city Montréal). Home to 18 universities featured in the QS World University Rankings (either overall or in specific indicators), it lays claim to comfortably more world-leading institutions than almost any city on the planet – with the exception of Seoul (also 18) and London (17). (Photo: Reuters)

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    Rank 3- London (United Kingdom)- QS Best Student Cities sees the nation’s capital climb two places to rank third overall – helped in part by the fall in the value of the pound, which has made it a more affordable proposition for international students. Among its fleet of internationally ranked universities, the current leaders are UCL (University College London) and Imperial College London, which rank 7th and 9th respectively in the QS World University Rankings 2016-2017. (Photo: Reuters)

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    Rank 4- Seoul (South Korea)- Long since labeled as an up-and-coming destination, Seoul is certainly making good on this prediction as it continues to climb the QS Best Student Cities index – claiming 4th place in the 2017 edition. The city also claims the third-highest score in the University Rankings category (beaten only by London and Paris). This score is explained by the impressive fact that no fewer than 18 universities in Seoul are featured in the QS World University Rankings 2016-2017, of which the highest-ranked is Seoul National University, at 35th in the world. (Photo: Reuters)

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    Rank 5- Melbourne (Australia)- Having previously occupied second place in the QS Best Student Cities index, the 2017 edition sees Melbourne fall to fifth, largely due to the lost ground in the Affordability category. Seven universities in Melbourne are featured in the QS World University Rankings® 2016-2017, the highest-ranked of which is the University of Melbourne at 42nd in the world – second only to Australian National University on the Australian leaderboard. 9Photo: Reuters)

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    Rank 6- Berlin (Germany)- Having flourished into one of the world’s coolest urban hubs – a major center of design, fashion, music and art to rival even New York or London – Berlin offers both unbeatable culture and a hot financial market, making it as perfect for history buffs and art aficionados as it is for budding financiers. While the German capital is not an academic hub on the scale of cities like London, Paris or Boston, three universities in Berlin feature in the QS World University Rankings 2016-2017. The highest-ranked of these is Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin at joint 121st in the world, closely followed by Freie Universitat Berlin at joint 123rd. (photo: Reuters)

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    Rank 7- Tokyo (Japan)- Ranked 7th overall in the 2017 edition of the QS Best Student Cities index, Tokyo is Asia’s second-leading student city, behind Seoul (4th). Such is the mind-blowing scale of the Japanese capital that even with 13 internationally ranked universities, it still has one of the lowest proportionate student populations of any city in the QS Best Student Cities index. (photo: Reuters)

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    Rank 8- Boston (United States)- The Affordability category of the QS Best Student Cities index has often kept the US’s leading academic hubs lower down the list. Boston is without doubt one of the world’s best-known academic hubs, and its position is further bolstered by universities located within the Greater Boston area, in the neighboring town of Cambridge. The most famous of these are the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and Harvard University –ranked first and third respectively in the QS World University Rankings® 2016-2017. (Photo: Reuters)

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    Rank 9- Munich (Germany)- In accordance with Germany’s growing status as an international study destination, the country has not just one but two entries in the top 10 of the QS Best Student Cities 2017. The city’s highest entrant in the QS World University Rankings® 2016-2017 is Technische Universität München at 60th, followed by Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München in joint 68th – Germany’s top two representatives in the world rankings this year. (Photo: Top Universities website)

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    Rank 10- Vancouver (Canada)- In keeping with this general trend, Canadian cities have an extremely strong presence in the QS Best Student Cities 2017; while Montreal occupies the overall top spot, Vancouver climbs three to take 10th place, with Toronto immediately behind. Two universities in Vancouver feature in the QS World University Rankings 2016-2017, of which the highest-ranked is the University of British Columbia at 45th in the world. Vancouver’s other ranked institution, Simon Fraser University, offers a particularly unique study setting, thanks to the location of its main campus in the middle of the Burnaby Mountain Conservation Area, just outside the city. (Photo: Reuters)

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    Rank 85- Mumbai (India)- Home to over 18 million people, formerly known as Bombay, Mumbai is one of India’s most populous cities and one of the largest cities in the world. It is also home to some of India’s most well-respected universities, including the University of Mumbai, that is one of the largest universities in the world with around 550,000 students. Though it is expensive to live here as compared to other areas of India, the city offers the potential of a higher standard of living. To keep costs down, follow the locals to shop at nearby markets and street food vendors – also the best way to explore the full diversity of the city’s flavors. (Photo: Reuters)

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    Rank 86- New Delhi (India)- Founded by the British in 1911 and designed by British architects, New Delhi is currently one of the 100 Indian cities to be developed as a smart city in the country. Delhi has no shortage of higher education institutions, with nine major universities, two of which are located in the New Delhi district. The city is also a very affordable study destination – especially if you take advantage of street food – and most universities teach in English. (Photo: Reuters)

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