College of William and Mary

OVERVIEW The College of William and Mary is a public research university based in Virginia. As the second-oldest institution of higher education in the United States after Harvard University, College of William and Mary now has over 6,000 undergraduates, over 2,000 postgraduates and about 600 academic staffs. The acceptance rate of the college is 31.7%. […]

Brandeis University

OVERVIEW Brandeis University is a private research university of the United States that focuses on liberal arts. As one of the youngest private research universities, Brandeis University Has approximately 3,200 undergraduates, 2,100 graduate students and over 450 academic staffs living in the 235-acre campus. The university is most selective, with the acceptance rate being 35.4%. […]

Boston College

OVERVIEW First established in 1863 by Benedict Joseph Fenwick, S.J., a Jesuit from Maryland, Boston College (BC) is a private Jesuit research university located in the village of Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts. The university has over 9,000 undergraduates, nearly 5,000 postgraduates and more than 1,400 academic staffs, among which over 900 are full-time staffs. The university […]

University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill

OVERVIEW Previously named University of North Carolina, today the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill is one of the best public universities in the United States and claiming to be the oldest one. With over 29,000 students studying in the university town of over 700 acres and more than 3,500 staffs working there, the university has […]

Columbia University

OVERVIEW Columbia University is an American private Ivy League research university, encompassing twenty schools and affiliated with numerous institutions. With a total undergraduate enrollment of 5,888, the university is the fourth most selective college in the United States by admission rate behind Harvard, Stanford and Yale. The university was founded in 1754, although located in […]

Swarthmore College

OVERVIEW Swarthmore College is an independent, private liberal arts college in US. With around 1,545 undergraduate students, it is known as a college with a rigorous intellectual character. It is also a member of the Tri-College Consortium, together with Bryn Mawr College and Haverford College. The school was founded in 1864 as one of the […]

Tufts University

OVERVIEW Tufts University is a private research university founded by Christian Universalists. It now has ten schools, including two undergraduate programs and eight graduate divisions, among which is the oldest graduate school of international relations in the United States, The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy. Tufts University is especially famous for its internationalism and […]

Stony Brook University

OVERVIEW Stony Brook University is a public school, which belongs to the State University of New York (SUNY) system. This university has enrolled more than 16,300 undergraduates in total, offering classes on campus and over the Internet. Moreover, about 33.2% classes of Stony Brook have fewer than 20 students. The university was founded in 1957 […]

Williams College

OVERVIEW Williams College is a private liberal arts college. It was originally a men’s college, and became co-educational in 1970. Together with Wesleyan University and Amherst College, it comprises the historic Little Three colleges. Currently, there are more than 2,200 students on campus in Williams College, and the academic year follows a 4-1-4 schedule, with […]

Pomona College

OVERVIEW Pomona College is a private liberal arts college in US. As an undergraduate institution, it has an enrollment of 15,86 students currently. As a non-sectarian, coeducational school, Pomona College is a founding member of the Claremont Colleges, which has been providing its students with resources of a larger university and maintaining the closeness as […]

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