University of Virginia

OVERVIEW University of Virginia is a public research university ranked 2nd among all public universities in the United States by U.S. News according to data of the year 2012. With over 14,000 undergraduates, over 6,000 postgraduates and more than 2,000 academic staff, this university has a world reputation, which makes it a selective one with […]

Temple University

OVERVIEW Temple University is a comprehensive public research university based in Philadelphia. With over 27,000 undergraduates, over 6,600 postgraduates and more than 3,300 full and part-time faculty and staff, the university is among the nation’s largest providers of professional education. The acceptance rate of this university is 64.6%. First established as the Temple College of […]

University of Miami

OVERVIEW University of Miami is a private, non-sectarian university. With over 10,000 undergraduates, over 5,000 postgraduates and more than 13,000 full and part-time faculty and staff, the university is the sixth largest employer in Miami-Dade County. The university provides lots of research opportunities for both undergraduates and postgraduates to help them develop academic capabilities. The […]

University of Florida

OVERVIEW University of Florida is a public land-grant, sea-grant, and space-grant research university, which is an elected member of the Association of American Universities (AAU). With over 32,000 undergraduates and nearly 17,000 postgraduates, it is the second largest Florida university. Developing very fast, this university is one of the three “research flagship universities” in the […]

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

OVERVIEW Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute is a private research university. It is the oldest technological university in the English-speaking world. With an undergraduate enrollment of 5,431, its acceptance rate dropped between 2005–2011 to 36.1% and in 2012, it rose to 42.72%. Founded in 1824, the university is located in Troy, New York, United States. Its campus […]

Purdue University

OVERVIEW Purdue University is a private research university, providing both undergraduate and graduate programs with a coverage of 210 majors. It enrolls 30,836 undergraduate students each year, and is famous for its competitive engineering curricula. Founded in 1869, the university is located in West Lafayette, Indiana, United States. The University offers degrees in associate’s, bachelor’s, […]

Pratt Institute

OVERVIEW Pratt Institute is a private art college, and it is one of the leading undergraduate art schools in the United States. With an undergraduate enrollment of 3,008, it is a member of the Association of Independent Colleges of Art and Design (AICAD). Founded in 1874, the university is in New York City, located in […]

Pima Medical Institute

OVERVIEW Palomar College is a two-year private for-profit medical career college. It has a total of 1,144 students, which is 72.6% less than the average for all Colleges, and any student apply for it would be accepted. Founded in 1972, it is located in Denver, Colorado, United States. In all, the institute operates 13 campuses […]

Palm Beach State College

OVERVIEW As Florida’s first public community college, Palm Beach State College intends to meet the educational needs of Palm Beach County. With an acceptance rate of 100%, it enrolls more than 51,000 students in over 100 programs of study. Founded in 1933, the college is located in Lake Worth, Florida, United States. Besides, it also […]

Oregon State University

OVERVIEW Oregon State University is a coeducational, public research university. It is a land-gran, sea-grant, space-grant and sun-grant institution, the only public university to own the four designations. With an undergraduate enrollment of 19,559, the university receives more funding for research, which is more than all other public higher education institutions in Oregon combined. Founded […]

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