Students are unsatisfied with the quality of higher education here in China, a recent survey discovered. A China Youth Daily poll of 4,488 students found that 59% think China’s universities don’t rank among the world’s top schools. Even though Peking University got 12th place in the latest QS Asian University Ranking, its students say they “have not learned much,” and 61% also admitted to observing academic cheating. They blame the schools: over half say their education did not encourage innovation, that the criteria for academic achievement was poor, that their university lacked first-level educators. Instead, over 71% wish to see “independent culture” and a “cultivation of talent” at the top university of their dreams.