Rankings of Universities in the United States

According to various international publications, it is ranking of the 50 most prestigious universities in the United States, which each year evaluate the most critical study houses in that country.

Rankings of Universities in the United States

It is a selection made under the criteria of reputation, academic quality, percentage of admitted students, number of graduates, and more. They are presented in ascending order from 1 to 50:

Ranking of the best universities in the United States


Princeton University


Founded in 1746, initially as the College of New Jersey, it is currently the most important private university in the United States and a member of the "Ivy League," a prestigious academic association to which the most recognized American universities belong. Located in the city of Princeton, in the state of New Jersey, just halfway between the cities of New York and Philadelphia. It has an extensive campus with easily accessible residence buildings and short distances between them.   
 
It has a population of more than 6,500 students from all over the United States and more than 57 foreign countries. International students (5% of the total student population) have counselling services on campus. Eight hundred ninety-two academic faculties and an extensive library with more than 5 million books are references of this important house of studies. Princeton University offers academic programs for undergraduate and graduate studies in the following areas of knowledge: Humanities, Art, Architecture, Natural Sciences, Engineering, and Applied Sciences.

More information:

Web: www.princeton.edu


Harvard University

Harvard University



One of the most prestigious universities in the world, the number 2 in the United States according to the ranking of "US News" and a member of the "Ivy League" (Ivy League), a prestigious academic association to which the most recognized American universities belong.

 

It is located in the city of Cambridge, in the state of Massachusetts. It has a population of more than 17 thousand students, of which 7% are foreigners from 93 countries. Its MBA program (Master in Business and Administration) stands out. It offers undergraduate and graduate study programs in different areas, organized in the following academic schools:

Arts and Sciences, Medicine, Business, Architecture and Design, Theology, Education, Politics, Law, Public Health, and Advanced Studies.


More information:

Web: www.harvard.edu


Yale University



Yale University

Located in the city of New Haven, in the state of Connecticut, this prestigious university, member of the "Ivy League."(Ivy League), a significant academic association to which the most recognized American universities belong, has enrolled more than 11 thousand students, of which 6% are foreigners from 74 countries. Its MBA (Master in Business and Administration) program is particularly noteworthy. It offers the following

professional schools:

 

Architecture, Art, Theology, Music, Drama, Environmental Studies, Law, Management, Medicine, Epidemiology and Public Health and Nursing.

More information:

Web: www.yale.edu


California Institute of
Technology (CALTECH)

California Institute of Technology


With a population of almost 2,000 students, this renowned institution specializing in technological studies is located in the town of Pasadena, in the state of California. Approximately 9% of the total enrolled students are foreigners from 33 countries. It has 353 academic faculties, of which the most important are:


Biology, Chemistry, and Chemical
Engineering, Engineering and Applied Science, Geology and Planetary Sciences,
Humanities and Social Sciences, Physics, Mathematics and Astronomy.

More information:

Web: www.caltech.edu


Massachusetts Institute
of Technology (MIT)

Massachusetts Institute of Technology


Located in the city of Cambridge, in the state of Massachusetts, this important educational center, known worldwide by its acronym MIT, has one of the most prestigious business schools on the planet. It has about 10 thousand students enrolled of which 8% are foreigners from 82 countries. It has more than 900 academic faculties, whose most essential areas of study are:


Architecture and Planning, Engineering,
Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences, Management, Sciences, Mechanics, Biology,
Physics, Chemistry, Urban and Planning Studies, Earth, Atmosphere, and Earth Sciences, Economics, Aeronautics and Astronautics, Political Sciences, Mathematics, Humanities, Anthropology, Languages ​​and Literature, History, Music, Nuclear Engineering, Bioengineering, Health Sciences, and Technology, Media, Oceanography.


More information:

Web: www.mit.edu


Stanford University

Stanford University



Located in the city of the same name, in the state of California, has more than 17 thousand students enrolled, of which approximately 5% are international students from 64 countries. It offers various academic programs in different areas of knowledge, of which the most important are:


Earth Sciences, Education, Engineering,
Humanities, Law and Medicine.


More information:

Web: www.stanford.edu

University of Pennsylvania

University of Pennsylvania


Located in the city of Philadelphia, in the state of Pennsylvania registers about 10 thousand registered students, Americans and foreigners from 90 countries.

It has more than 3,000 academic programs, the most important schools of which are:

Arts and Sciences, Communications, Dentistry, Education, Engineering and Applied Sciences, Fine Arts, Law, Medicine, Nursing, Social Work, Veterinary, Business, Chemistry, Environmental Studies, Government Administration, Systems Engineering, Telecommunications and Biotechnology.


More information:

Web: www.upenn.edu


Duke University


Duke University

Located in the city of Durham, in the state of North Carolina, it has more than 11 thousand national and foreign students from 38 countries. It has a library with 4 million books. The elementary schools are:

Art, Engineering, Theology, Business, Environment, Law, Medicine, Nursing, Humanities, Sciences, Chemistry, Mathematics, Computing, Physics and Astronomy, Anthropology, Economics, Geography, History, Social Sciences, Jewish Studies, Latin American and Caribbean Studies and Women's Studies.


More information:

Web: duke.edu


Dartmouth College

Dartmouth College



Located in the city of Hanover, in the state of New Hampshire, Dartmouth is a prestigious private co-educational College (admitting men and women), with graduate schools. A recognized member of the "Ivy League," a prestigious academic association to which important houses of study such as Yale and Harvard belong, Dartmouth College's educational level is located on the same level as a large university. Its MBA (Master in Business and Administration) program is particularly noteworthy. It has more than 5,000 students, of which 4% are foreigners from 61 countries.


It offers 4-year undergraduate study programs in the areas of Humanities, Sciences, and Social Sciences. It also has postgraduate programs (Masters and Doctorates) in different specialties in the following academic areas: Arts and Sciences, Medicine, Engineering, and Business.


More information:

Web: www.dartmouth.edu


Columbia University

Columbia University


It is located in Manhattan, in New York. City, in the state of the same name. It offers undergraduate, graduate, and special and continuing study programs in the following areas:

Architecture and Planning, Arts, Business, Dentistry and Dental Surgery, Engineering and Applied Sciences, Distance Education, International and Public Affairs, Journalism, Law, Nursing, Physics, Nutrition, Occupational Therapy, Public Health, Social Work, Management, Languages, Anthropology History, Archeology, Visual Arts, Liberal Studies, Pharmacy, Religion, Economics, Medicine, Music.It also has more than 80 specialized

research centers.

More information:

Web: www.columbia.edu


Cornell University

Cornell University


Located in the town of Ithaca, in the state of New York, it offers a wide range of study programs at the undergraduate, postgraduate levels and special summer programs and continuing education in the following areas of knowledge:


Agriculture and Life Sciences, Architecture, Art and Planning, Sciences and Arts, Computing and Information Sciences, Engineering, Food Science, Hotel Management, Human Ecology, Labor and Industrial Relations, Law, Management, Medicine, Nutrition, Vet.


More information:

Web: www.cornell.edu


University of Chicago

University of Chicago



Located in one of the most important cities in the state of Illinois, the University of Chicago has more than 8 thousand national and international students from 8 countries.Its MBA program (Master in Business Administration) stands out. It has 482 academic faculties, whose most important schools are:

Biological Sciences (Radiology, Immunology, Pharmacy, Ophthalmology, Genetics, Health); Humanities (Languages, Language, Music, Philosophy); Physics (Science and Physics); Social Sciences (Sociology, Political Sciences, Education, Languages, Theology, Business, Political Studies); Laws; Medicine and Administration.


More information:

Web: www.uchicago.edu


Northwestern University

Northwestern University



Located in the city of Evanston, in Illinois, it has a population of more than 17 thousand enrolled students, of which 3% are foreigners from 80 countries. Its MBA program (Master in Business Administration) stands out. It has various academic programs in the following specialties:

Arts, Social Sciences, Education, Engineering and Applied Sciences, Journalism, Music, Speech, Business, Law, and Medicine.

More information:

Web: www.northwestern.edu


Rice University

Rice University



It is located in Houston, in the state of
Texas. It has more than 4 thousand undergraduate and graduate students, of
which 3% are international students from at least 28 countries around the world.It has 594 academic faculties, whose most important schools are:

Accounting, Anthropology, Architecture, Film Arts and Photography, Astronomy, Bioengineering, Bioscience, Computing and Applied Mathematics, Chemistry, Engineering, Economics, Education, Biodiversity, Geology, Geophysics, History, Languages, Health Sciences, Humanities, Kinesiology, Linguistics, Management, Military Sciences, Music,Naval Science, Natural Sciences, and Philosophy.

More information:

Web: www.rice.edu


Brown University

Brown University



Located in the city of Providence, in the state of Rhode Island. It has more than 7 thousand students, including 7% foreigners from some 72 countries. It offers 687 academic faculties, whose The elementary schools are:

Chemistry, Cognitive Science and Linguistics, Literature, Computer Science, Economics, Education, Engineering, Languages, Environmental Studies, Geology, History, Art History, Architecture, History of Mathematics, International Studies, Judaic Studies, Latin American Studies, Medicine, Music, Archeology, Philosophy, Physics, Political Science, Psychology, Public Policy, Theology, Sociology, Theater, Speech, and Dance, Urban Studies and Visual Arts.

More information:

Web: www.brown.edu


Johns Hopkins University




It is located in the city of Baltimore, in the state of Maryland. Of its total population made up of more than 5,000 students, at least 8% are foreigners from some 38 countries. It has 429 academic faculties, whose most

elementary schools are:

Art, Engineering, Business, Education, Hygiene and Public Health, Medicine, Nursing, Applied Physics, and International Studies.


More information:

Web: www.jhu.edu


Washington University in
St. Louis

Washington University in St. Louis


Located in the city of Saint Louis, in the state of Missouri has a population of more than 12 thousand students, including 6% of international students from 80 countries. It has 2,515 academic faculties, whose most

important areas of study are:

 

Arts and Sciences, Engineering and Applied Sciences, Architecture, Business, Law, Medicine and Social Work.

More information:

Web: www.wustl.edu


Emory University

Emory University



Located in the city of Atlanta, capital of
the state of Georgia, this university has a student population of more than 11
thousand people, of which at least 25% are international students from some 44 countries. 
It has 2,486 academic faculties, with areas of study as important as:


School of Business, School of Arts and Sciences, School of Law, School of Medicine (Neurology, Ophthalmology, Radiology, Biochemistry, Genetics, Pharmacy, Pediatrics, Rehabilitation), School of Nursing (Pediatrics, Public Health).

More information:

Web: www.emory.edu


University of Notre Dame

Located in the state of Indiana, the University of Notre Dame has more than 10,000 students, including 2% of International students from some 42 foreign countries. It has the following academic schools:

Arts and Letters, Sciences, Law, Business, Engineering and Architecture. It also has a graduate school offering 24 doctorates and 38 master's programs, including the Master of Business Administration (MBA).


More information:

Web: www.nd.edu


University of
California, Berkeley

Located in the city of Berkeley, in the state of California, has more than 30 thousand students, including 4% of foreigners from about 100 countries. This prestigious university has more than 130 academic departments, structured in 14 colleges or schools:


Chemistry, Education, Engineering,
Environment, Management Information, and Systems, Journalism, Law, Literature, Sciences, Natural Resources, Optometry, Public Health, Public Policies and Social Sciences.


More information:

Web: www.berkeley.edu


University of Virginia

Located in Charlottesville, in the state of Virginia has about 22 thousand students, including 3% of foreigners from 102 countries. It has more than 1,800 academic programs offered at the following schools:

Architecture, Arts and Sciences, Education, Business Administration, Engineering and Applied Sciences, Law, Commerce, Medicine, Nursing and the School of Studies for Professionals.


More information:

Web: www.virginia.edu


Vanderbilt University


Located in Nashville, in the state of
Tennessee has about 10,000 students, including 3% of international students
from 36 foreign countries. It has 10 academic schools that offer courses in the following areas:

Arts, Law, Medicine, Nursing, Theology, Engineering, Business, Education and Humanities, Music and the School for Professionals offering Master of Arts, Education, Science and Philosophy courses.


More information:

Web: www.vanderbilt.edu



Carnegie Mellon

Located in the city of Pittsburgh, in the state of Pennsylvania has more than 8 thousand students, including 8% of international students from 46 different countries. Its MBA (Master in Business and Administration) program is particularly noteworthy. It offers more than 900 academic programs in different areas, among which the following schools or departments stand out:


Institute of Technology (Biomedicine and Health Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Materials Engineering, and Mechanical Engineering), College of Arts (Architecture, Art, Design, Drama, Art Management, Music, Creation) ), College of Humanities and Social Sciences (Innovation and Learning, Economics, History, Systems Programming, Modern Languages, Philosophy, Psychology, Social Sciences, Statistics), Industrial Administration (Computer Finance, Economics, Executive Education, Business Administration, Electronic Commerce), School of Business and Public Policy, College of Sciences (Biological Sciences, Chemistry, Mathematics, Physics), School of Computer Science and Interdisciplinary Programs (Undergraduate in Humanities and Arts, Program in Sciences and Humanities, Bachelor of Science, Master of Information Systems Management, Master of Design in Communication Planning and Master of Entertainment Technology).

More information:

Web: www.cmu.edu


Georgetown University

It is located in the capital city of the United States, in the federal district of Columbia, this university has more than 12 thousand students, of which 6% are international students from 92 countries. It offers undergraduate, graduate, and unique study programs. The most critical academic departments are:


Georgetown College (undergraduate liberal
studies), School of Arts and Sciences, School of Business, School of Alien
Services (International Affairs, International Programs, Law Center, School of Medicine, School of Nursing and Sciences of Health and Summer School and Continuing Education (Art, Literature, History, Philosophy, Theology).


More information:

Web: www.georgetown.edu


University of
California, Los Angeles (UCLA)


Located in the city of Los Angeles,
California, UCLA, as its acronym knows it, is a significant educational complex
that has 163 buildings on a large and very well-maintained campus, which houses the College of Letters and Science. of Letters and Sciences). In addition to 11 schools for postgraduate studies that serve more than 36 thousand students. It offers the following areas of study: 

Art and Architecture, Education and Information Studies, Engineering and Applied Sciences, Law, Business, Public Policy and Social Research, Education, Film and Television, Medicine, Nursing, Dentistry and Public Health.


More information:

Web: www.ucla.edu


University of Michigan

Located in the city of Ann Arbor, in the state of Michigan, has more than 37 thousand students, including 4% of foreigners from about 80 different countries. Its MBA (Master in Business and Administration) program is particularly noteworthy. It offers various academic programs in different areas of knowledge, among which the following stand out:

Architecture and Urban Planning, Art and Design, Business Administration, Dentistry, Education, Engineering, Information Sciences, Kinesiology, Law, Literature, Arts, Medicine, Music, Natural Resources, Environment, Nursing, Military Education (Air, Navy, and Naval), Pharmacy, Public Health, Public Policies, and Social Work.

More information:

Web: www.umich.edu


University of North
Carolina

Located in Chapel Hill, in the state of North Carolina has more than 24 thousand students enrolled, including 1% of international students from 55 different countries. It offers courses in more than 50 academic areas and has the following schools:

Arts and Sciences, Continuing Education, College of General Studies, Graduate School, Business School, Summer School, Dentistry, Education, Journalism and Media, Law, Medicine, Nursing, Pharmacy, Public Health and Social Work.

More information:

Web: www.unc.edu


Wake Forest University

Located in Winston-Salem, in the state of North Carolina, this house of study has more than 6 thousand students, with a percentage of 0.3% international students. Some of the study areas it offers are:


Literature, Languages, Natural Sciences,
Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Mathematics, History, Religion, Philosophy, Social
Sciences, Anthropology, Economics, Political Sciences, Psychology, Art, Music and Theater.


More information:

Web: www.wfu.edu


Tufts University

Located in the town of Medford, in the state of Massachusetts, this university has more than 8 thousand students enrolled, of which 8% are foreigners from 72 countries. Tufts University offers the following academic schools or colleges:


College of Liberal Arts, School of Engineering, Professional and Graduate Studies, School of Law and Diplomacy, School of Dental Medicine, School of Medicine, School of Biomedical Sciences, School of Nutrition and School of Veterinary Medicine.


More information:

Web: www.tufts.edu


College of William and Mary


College of William and Mary Located in Williamsburg, in the state of Virginia, this university institution has more than 7 thousand students, of which 1% are international students from about 50 countries. It offers undergraduate programs in the areas of Arts and Sciences, Business, Management, and Education. In postgraduate it offers programs in the following areas:

Arts and Sciences, Business Administration, Education, Law, Marine Sciences and Public Policy. It also has several specialized research and study centers, some of which are: Law Center, Business and Research Bureau, Archeology Center, Conservation Center, Education Center, Operation Management Center, Engineering and Technology Processes, Center for Public Policy Research, Center for Computer Science, Museum of Art, Institute 
of American History and Culture, Center for International Studies.


More information:

Web: www.wm.edu


Brandeis University

Located in Waltham, in the state of Massachusetts has more than 4 thousand students enrolled, including international students from at least 54 foreign countries. It offers the following academic departments:


African American Studies, American Studies,
Anthropology, Biochemistry, Biology, Genetics, Chemistry, Classical Studies,
Computer Science, Economics, American and English Literature, Fine Arts, German and Slavic Languages, Hebrew Studies, History, Jewish Education, Cognitive Sciences, Mathematics, Marine Studies, Music, Philosophy, Physics, Politics, Psychology, Comparative Literature, Sociology, and Theater.


More information:

Web: www.brandeis.edu


University of
California, San Diego

It is located in the La Jolla region, in San Diego has more than 19 thousand students enrolled, including foreign students from 70 countries. It offers various academic programs, the most important of which are the following:


Aerospace Engineering, African Minority
Studies, Anthropology, Applied Ocean Science, Bioengineering, Biology,
Biomedicine, Molecular Medicine, Chemical Engineering, History, Clinical Psychology, Cognitive Science,  Communication, Contemporary Black Art, Contemporary Issues, Geriatric Psychiatry, Earth Sciences, Economics, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Environmental Studies, Ethnic Studies, Genetics, Humanities, Judaic Studies, Latin American Studies, Law, Sociology, Literature, Mathematics, Molecular Pathology, Music, Neuroscience, Ophthalmology, Pharmacy, Philosophy, Physics, Physiology, Political Science, 
Religion, Soviet Studies, Science, Technology and Public Affairs, Education, Theater and Dance, Urban Planning Studies, Visual Arts, and Women's Studies.


More information:

Web: www.ucsd.edu


New York University


Located in New York City, it has more than
36 thousand students enrolled, of which at least 5% are foreigners from 120 countries around the world. It offers 30 academic schools and colleges and has research and campus programs in various locations throughout the United States. Some of its most important schools are:


Arts and Sciences, Law, Medicine,
Dentistry, Education, Business, Continuing Professional Studies, School of
Public Services, Social Work.

More information:

Web: www.nyu.edu


University of Rochester

Located in Rochester, New York, it has more than 8 thousand students, including 5% of international students from 45 different countries. It offers undergraduate and graduate programs in various areas, the most important of which are the following:

Engineering, Languages, Anthropology, Art and History, Biology, Biomedicine, Cognitive Sciences, Visual Sciences, Chemical Engineering, Chemistry, Psychology, Computing, Dance, Economics, Film, African and American Studies, Health, History, Linguistics, Mathematics, Engineering, Music, Naval Science, Neuroscience, Philosophy, Astronomy, Political Science, Religion, Russian Studies, Theater, Writing Program, Medicine, Dentistry, Nursing, Business Administration and Education.

More information:

Web: www.rochester.edu


Georgia Institute of
Technology

Located in the state's capital city Atlanta, this Georgia academic institution, is backed by a strong tradition of teaching technical areas. It has several academic schools and departments and more than 55 interdisciplinary research units, on and off-campus. It offers undergraduate and graduate programs in the following specialties:

Architecture (Architecture, Building Construction, Technological Rehabilitation, Urban Planning, Continuing Education, Industrial Design); Computing (Cognitive Science, Center for Graphics, Visualization, and Utility); Business (Bachelor's Degree in Business Science, Master's Degree in Business Science, Doctorate, Executive Master's Degree in Business Science and Technology, Center for Technology Management and Electronic Commerce); Engineering (Aerospace Engineering, Biomedical Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Civil and Environmental Engineering, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Industrial and Systems Engineering, Materials Science Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Nuclear, and Radiological Engineering, Health Physics Engineering, Engineering Textile, and Fiber, Computer Services Engineering, Center for Bioengineering and Bioscience); Ivan Allen College (Economics, History, Technology and Society, International Affairs, Literature, Communication and Culture, Public Policy, Modern Languages); College of Sciences (Education of Integrated Sciences, Mathematics and Computing, Health Sciences, Biology, Chemistry, and Biochemistry, Atmospheric and Earth Sciences, Physics, and Psychology).


More information:

Web: www.gatech.edu


University of Southern
California


Located in Los Angeles, it has
more than 28 thousand students, of which at least 8% are international
students. It offers study programs in the following academic areas:


Letters, Arts, Accounting, Architecture,
Business, Film and Television, Communication, Dentistry, Education,
Engineering, Fine Arts, Gerontology, Health Professions, Law, Medicine, Music, Pharmacy, Policies, Planning and Development, Social Work and Theater.


More information:

Web: www.usc.edu


University of Wisconsin

Located in the city of Madison, this the university has a vital infrastructure made up of more than 50 thousand related people, including students, employees, and academic staff; 850 buildings; and more than 50 independent academic departments, which offer undergraduate and graduate programs in different specialties, among which are:


Arts, Agriculture, and Life Sciences,
Letters, Business, Education, Library and Information Studies, Journalism and
Media Studies, Social Work, Music, Engineering, Environmental Studies, Human Ecology, Medicine, Nursing, Pharmacy, and Technology.


More information:

Web: www.wisc.edu


Boston College


Located in Chestnut Hill (Boston, Massachusetts) it has more than 13 thousand students, of which 3% are foreigners from 63 countries. It offers undergraduate, graduate, and advanced study programs in various specialties, including the following:

Arts and Sciences, Education, Law, Business, Nursing, Social Work, Religious Education.


More information:

Web: www.bc.edu


Case Western Reserve
University

Located in the city of Cleveland, in the state of Ohio, it has more than 9 thousand students, of which 3% are international students from 38 countries. It offers undergraduate and graduate programs in different specialties, the most important of which are the following:

Engineering, Arts and Sciences, Dentistry, Nursing, Law, Applied Social Sciences, Medicine and Business.

More information:

Web: www.cwru.edu


Lehigh University

It is located in Bethlehem, in the state of Pennsylvania, 97 kilometers north of Philadelphia and 145 kilometers southeast of New York City. It has more than 6 thousand students, including international students from 49 nations. It offers study programs in the following academic areas:


Accounting, Anthropology, Art and Architecture, Biological Sciences, Business Information Systems, Engineering (Chemical, Civil and Environmental, Computing, Electrical, Industrial Systems and Manufacturing) Chemistry, Psychology, Earth and Environmental Sciences, Economics, Education Technological, English, Finance, History, International Relations, Journalism, Marketing, Mathematics, Mechanics, Modern Languages ​​and Literature, Music, Philosophy, Physics, Political Science, Religious Studies, Sociology, Theater.


More information:

Web: www.lehigh.edu


University of
California, Davis

Located in the town of Davis, it has more than 24 thousand students, including international students from 117 countries. It offers various study programs at the undergraduate, postgraduate levels and special programs in the colleges of Agriculture and Environmental Science, Engineering and Letters and Sciences. It also has Business, Law, Medicine, Veterinary schools. It also has the academic divisions of Biological Sciences,



More information:

Web: www.ucdavis.edu


University of
California, Irvine

Located in Irvine, it has more than 18 thousand students, including 3% of foreigners from 41 countries. It offers academic programs in various disciplines, some of the most important are the following:


Arts and Humanities, Business, Law,
Technology and Management Leadership, Finance and Personnel Planning, Design,
Digital Arts, Education, Engineering, Information Technology, English as a Second Language, Health Sciences, Social Sciences, Technology.


More information:

Web: www.uci.edu


University of Illinois
at Urbana-Champaign


Located in the town of Urbana, in the state
of Illinois, it has more than 36 thousand students, including foreigners from
100 countries that makeup 1% of the population. It offers undergraduate and graduate study programs, as well as continuous study programs and special programs for foreigners, in the following areas:

Agriculture, Environmental Sciences, Applied Life Studies, Commerce, Business Administration, Communication, Education, Engineering, Fine Arts and Applied Arts, Industrial, and Labor Relations, Law, Information Science and Library Science, Veterinary Medicine, Social Work and Aviation.


More information:

Web: illinois.edu


Pennsylvania State University

Pennsylvania State University is an integrated network of academic fields. It has 19 university campuses, of which University Park Campus is the largest. The University Park campus is located in a small farming community called State College, in the center of the state of Pennsylvania, a few hours by car from the cities of New York, Philadelphia and Washington, DC It has more than 40 thousand students, including 1% international students. It offers academic programs in the following specialties:

Agriculture, Arts, Architecture, Business Administration, Communication, Earth and Mineral Sciences, Education, Engineering, Human Development, Health, and Technology.

More information:

Web: www.psu.edu


Tulane University

Located in the city of New Orleans, in the state of Louisiana has more than 11 thousand students, of which 4% are foreigners from 100 countries. It offers undergraduate and graduate programs in various specialties. It has 11 academic divisions:

School of Architecture, School of Business, School of Engineering, School of Law, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, School of Medicine, School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine, School of Social Work, Summer School, Tulane College (second-year studies) level) and Tulane College (technical tasks).

More information:

Web: tulane.edu


University of
California, Santa Barbara

Located in the town of Santa Bárbara, it has more than 19 thousand students, of which 1% are international students from 35 countries. It offers various study programs in the following academic specialties:

Engineering (Chemical, Computer, Electrical, Materials, Mechanical and Environmental); Humanities and Arts (Classics, Comparative Literature, Drama, Dance, Asian Studies, Languages, Cinema, History, Architecture, Linguistics, Music, Philosophy, Religion); Mathematics and Physical and Life Sciences (Biochemistry, Molecular Biology, Ecology, Marine Biology, Evolution, Chemistry, Geography, Marine Sciences, Mathematics, Physics, Psychology, Speech Sciences, Statistics, and Applied Probability); Social Sciences (Anthropology, Asian, American, Black, and Chicano Studies, Communication, Economics, Law, Military Science, Political Science, Sociology, and Women's Studies).

More information:

Web: www.ucsb.edu


University of Washington

Located in the city of Seattle, it offers undergraduate and graduate programs in various specialties. It has the following colleges and academic schools:

College of Architecture and Urban Planning, College of Arts and Sciences, School of Business, School of Dentistry, College of Education, College of Engineering, College of Forest Resources, Graduate School, School of  Information, School of Law, School of Medicine, School of Nursing, College of Ocean Sciences, School of Pharmacy, School of Public Affairs, School of Public Health, Community Medicine, and School of Social Work.


More information:

Web: www.washington.edu


Yeshiva University

Located in the city of New York, it is considered one of the oldest and most complete American institutions, with Jewish patronage. It has more than 6,000 students enrolled, including some 600 students who study in Israel annually, under the auspices of Yeshiva University. It has undergraduate, postgraduate, and special programs in various areas of knowledge such as:

Business, Technology, Jewish Music, Medicine, Jewish Education, Administration, Law, Psychology and Social Work.


More information:

Web: www.yu.edu


Pepperdine University

Located in the town of Malibu, in the state of California, it has more than 7 thousand students enrolled, including international students from 55 countries. It offers study programs in the following specialties:


Letters, Art, Education, Psychology,
Management and Business, Law, Public Policy. It also has the Pepperdine
Multimedia Center.

More information:

Web: www.pepperdine.edu


Rensselaer Polytechnic

Institute Located in the town of Troy, this the university offers the best of two worlds: the natural environment that provides the proximity to the Adirondacks and the urban life of the Capital District of New York. It is also located a few hours from the cities of New York, Boston, and Montreal. It has more than 6 thousand students enrolled, of which 6% are international students from at least 83 countries. It offers undergraduate, graduate, and special programs in the following specialties:


School of Architecture (Architecture,
Construction Science) School of Engineering (Biomedical, Chemical, Civil,
Systems, Electronics, Computing, Energy and Environment, Materials, Mechanics, Aeronautics, Marine Nuclear, Nuclear), School of Humanities and Social Sciences (Arts, Economics, Literature, Communication, Management, and Technology - undergraduate and Master courses in Administration and Business (MBA) -, Philosophy, Cognitive Science, Psychology) School of Sciences (Biology, Biochemistry, Bioinformatics, and Molecular Biology, Chemistry, Computing, Earth and Environmental Sciences, Mathematics, Physics, Astronomy, and Applied

Sciences).

More information:

Web: www.rpi.edu


The University of Texas

Located in Austin, it has more than 48 thousand students, of which 3% correspond to international students from 122 countries. Its MBA (Master in Business and Administration) program is particularly noteworthy. It offers undergraduate, graduate and special research programs in the following specialties:

Architecture, Business, Communication, Education, Engineering, Arts, Law, Public Affairs, Liberal Arts, Information Science and Library Science, Natural Sciences, Nursing, Pharmacy, and Social Work.


More information:

Web: www.utexas.edu