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IU Bloomington ranked highest in Indiana in US News’ Best Global Universities rankings

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Of the 2,250 universities worldwide, IU Bloomington has been ranked 135th by U.S. News & World Report in its Best Global Universities rankings for 2024-25. The campus earnest its highest marks in subject-area rankings for “education and educational research.”

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