LONDON, Dec. 1 (Xinhua) -- Times Higher Education (THE) on Wednesday reveals its BRICS & Emerging Economies University Rankings 2017. China’s institutions dominate, taking seven of the top 10 places, led by Peking University (1st) and Tsinghua University (2nd), and 77 in the ranking overall.
  新华社伦敦12月1日电 《泰晤士报高等教育》(THE)于本周三发布了2017年金砖国家和新兴经济体大学排名。中国高校领跑榜单,其中前10强中占据七席,北京大学排名第一,清华大学排名第二,另有77所大学上榜。
  Accounting for one in six of universities in the ranking, the Chinese mainland is home to the highest density of leading institutions in the developing world.
  Meanwhile, Taiwan has 25 universities in this year’s expanded ranking of 300 institutions.
  An impressive 38 of China’ s universities make the top 100, while seven make the elite top 10, including University of Science and Technology of China (5th), Fudan University which rose 11 places to reach sixth place this year, Shanghai Jiaotong University (7th), Zhejiang University (9th), Nanjing University (11th), and Wuhan University (21th).
  Meanwhile Tongji University makes the top 25 at joint 24th place for the first time after jumping 28 places.
  China has introduced powerful policy drives, backed with serious funding, to produce world-class universities.