Top 5 Universities in 2016

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Even thinking about studying in the United States can be overwhelming, especially since there are so many choices of where to study in the USA.

The number of most prominent ranked universities and colleges in the United States is almost 150, and wherever a person wants to study in America, one of the best universities will not be far away.

Almost all of the states in America are represented in the best U.S. universities list. There are 128 different United States cities appearing in the ranking.

With 14 institutions, California is by far the most represented states in the U.S. among the best American universities, followed by New York State with 12 institutions, Texas with 9 and eight institutions in Massachusetts.

But, Washington, D.C. is the city with the most universities which has four, with three universities each in the ranking are in New York City, Philadelphia in Pennsylvania, Chicago and  Atlanta in Georgia.

However, universities at the very top are more wholly directed in popular destinations and famous for their higher education opportunities. The top five universities are based in California, New Jersey, and Massachusetts.

U.S Top 5 Universities in 2016

California Institute of Technology

A private doctorate-granting university in Pasadena, California.

California Institute of Technology has evoked admiration through their number of wildly successful graduates and affiliates, which includes the 34 Nobel prize winners, 6 Turing Award winners, 5 Fields Medalists, as well as the number of national awards.

CalTech caters only 2,243 students and almost all undergraduates live on the CalTech campus.

California Institute of Technology has the highest quantity of students who pursue a PhD, and the trope of the institution postgraduate has filtered into popular culture.

Stanford University in Stanford, California

Stanford University has been famous for its role in encouraging the high-tech industry to develop in the area. Many of the Stanford University faculty members, students and alumni have founded successful technology companies like Google, Hewlett-Packard and Snapchat.

With Stanford University’s distinctive sand-colored, red-roofed buildings, the university is thought to be one of the most beautiful campuses in the world. In addition to faculty buildings and a public meditation center – Stanford University contains a number of sculpture gardens and art museums.

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Developed a strong entrepreneurial culture, which many MIT alumni found notable companies such as Dropbox and Intel.

Out of the 11,000 students of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, thirty-three percent of them are international, coming from 154 different countries around the globe.

The famous alumni of MIT include physicist Richard Feynman, former UN Secretary General Kofi Annan and astronaut Buzz Aldrin.

Harvard University

Probably the best-known university in the world. Harvard University, founded in 1636, is considered to be the oldest higher education institution in America.

Although Harvard’s cost of tuition is expensive, the institution’s financial income allows financial aid for students.

Among Harvard University’s many famous alumni, will count about 150 Nobel laureates, 62 living billionaires, 13 Turing Award winners and the eight US presidents.

Princeton University

A prestigious Ivy League university with a history stretching back more than 200 years.

Princeton University’s distinctive social environment includes eating clubs. Many of Princeton’s clubs are selective and competitive, but there are some that simply require undergraduates to sign up.

Princeton’s renowned alumni include astronauts, Olympians, businessmen and US presidents. Physicist Richard Feynman attended as a Princeton graduate student, as well as mathematician John Nash.

Rob Clark
 

SchoolCampus.org admin staff managing editor

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