The American River College is a community college, offering its educational services in Sacramento County, California. The college was establised in 1955 as an American River Junior College. The institution is a very popular choice among students in the greater Sacramento area, as it acts as a starting point for later transfer to competitive four-year universities (i.e. the University of California, Davis )and semi-competitive universities like California State University, Sacramento. Students, who are not aiming to transfer have the chance of enrolling for certification in... See full description.
Arcadia University is a private university based in Glenside, Pennsylvania, United States. The school has established itself as a reputable institution, offering bachelor’s, graduate's, master’s, and doctoral degrees. There are over 80 fields of study, while the school is organized into the College of Business, Health, and Sciences (CBHS) and the College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences. Another opportunity for undergraduates is to design their own major. Graduate studies at the school are quite diverse, too – they range from professional, to doctoral level and workshops.... See full description.
Arizona State University (ASU) is a public educational institution, premier research center and a leader in innovation. The American English and Culture Program (AECP) within the university was established in 1974, since when it has been dedicated to providing specifically-designed intensive English as a Second Language programs. The program has been welcoming students from more than 115 countries. Since it strives to offer cultural immersion, besides classes, field trips to various places in Arizona and a good range of activities ensure that students become familiar with ASU and the... See full description.
Bellevue College is a public US university, based in Bellevue, Washington, a suburb of Seattle. The school welcomes 35,000 students yearly, which means it is the second largest institution of higher education in Washington state. Bellevue College has made available two bachelor's degree programs along with a number of collaborative bachelor's programs with Eastern Washington University, Washington State University, and the University of Washington. Moreover, the school provides a good range of associate's degree programs covering the first two years of a college education as well as... See full description.
Boston University is a private research university based in Boston, Massachusetts. The school receives more than 30,000 undergraduate and graduate students, coming from over 140 countries, which makes it one of the largest private institutions in the USA. Programs are offered in 250 fields of study through sixteen schools and colleges. The degrees granted at the school include bachelor’s master’s and doctoral degrees, while among alumni and faculty there are 7 Nobel Prize Winners and 22 Pulitzer Prize Winners. Moreover, Boston University runs 75 study abroad programs in over 33 cities... See full description.
Broward Community College is a state college in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, U.S., and part of the Florida College System. The school was founded in 1959 and currently operates three campuses as well as a variety of educational centers located throughout Broward County. Broward College offers Associate & Bachelor degrees, certificate programs, and specialized
programs like online degrees, Health Sciences, and Continuing Education.
Bryn Mawr College is a women's liberal arts college, operating in Bryn Mawr, a community in Lower Merion Township, ten miles away of Philadelphia. The phrase bryn mawr means 'big hill' in Welsh. The school is known to be a small, four year, highly residential baccalaureate college. It receives about 1300 undergraduate and 450 graduate students. The college offers a wide variety of disciplines, but most students are enrolled in the undergraduate arts & sciences program. Students at the institution are required to complete divisional requirements in the social sciences, natural sciences and... See full description.
Butler University is a private institution of higher education, situated in Indianapolis, Indiana. The school was established in 1855 and is named after the founder Ovid Butler. It delivers 60 degree programs. These include 55 undergraduate, one first professional and 17 master's degrees. The school receives about 4,400 students yearly and is organized into six colleges: business, communication, education, liberal arts and sciences, pharmacy and health sciences, and fine arts. Moreover, Butler has ranked 2nd in the U.S. News & World Report'sAmerica's Best Colleges 2010 for Top Midwestern... See full description.
Dartmouth College, located in Hanover, New Hampshire, United States was founded in 1769. DC operates a Liberal Arts College, a School of Medicine, a School of Engineering and the School of Business. The Liberal arts College DC also offers a 4-year bachelor of engineering program. DC encompasses 39 academic units contributing more than 50 academic programs with full autonomy to select major and minors & dual majors. Last year DC gained 11th position among undergraduate programs offered at National Universities according to US News & World Report. The institution has a financial aid policy... See full description.
DU was founded in 1867 at Madison, New Jersey, United States as an undergraduate institute specializing in Liberal Arts Studies. DU has three academic units: College of Liberal Arts, Caspersen School of Graduate Studies and Theological School. Apart from traditional studies programs, DU offers unique programs such as a New York Semester on Contemporary Art, Drew Summer Science Institute, Semester on Wall Street, Semester on the United Nations and a London Semester. DU has its own online radio station known as WMNJ. Moeover, DU holds credit for “The Acorn” & “Insanity’s Horse” -... See full description.
Fairfield University is a Jesuit institution that trains people on leadership and service. The school was formed in 1942 and is located in Connecticut, USA, close to New England. The academic aspect of Fiarfield University is divided into six subdivisions: the College of Arts and Sciences, the Charles F. Dolan School of Business, the School of Engineering, the Graduate school of Education and Allied professions as well as Continuing Studies. They also offer scholarship opportunities provided conditions for qualifications are met. The university specializes in sports, too, and makes sure... See full description.
Florida Atlantic University (FAU) was officially opened on October 1964 by the 36th President of the United States, Lyndon Baines Johnson, in South Florida. With a recently accredited Medical school, FAU has been growing rapidly & progressively ever since its foundation. With over 29,000 students, 170+ degree programs and a couple of colleges some of which include the College of Business, the College of Medicine (New), the College of Nursing, the College of Education etc., and also participating in a number of researches and scientific programs, Florida Atlantic University is proud of... See full description.
Florida International University was created in 1972 in Florida, USA. They teach about 46,000 students, over 9000 of them graduate annually. They claim to be committed to high quality education, state-of-the-art research and creative events, including collaboration with several global communities. Recently, two forensic researchers working in the university developed a new and outstanding method of capturing shooters by working on the gunpowder from the bullet of the shooter’s gun. Colleges and schools in Florida International University include Colleges of Architecture, Arts, Science,... See full description.
Florida State University is located in Florida, USA. The school offers top undergraduate, postgraduate and professional programs in the fields of physics, chemistry, psychology, sociology, political science, criminology and many more. They also have professional schools such as the College of Medicine and College of Law. Furthermore, the University houses the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory. Graduate programs offered here include master’s, doctoral, specialist and advanced master’s and professional degree programs. They offer financial aids and scholarship programs to... See full description.
The University of Illinois prides itself to be a world leader in research, teaching, and public engagement. The school also emphasizes on the variety of programs it offers and its internationally renowned faculty. It operates campuses in Urbana-Champaign, Chicago, and Springfield, enrolling about 70,000 students. The campus at Urbana-Champaign is known as "Illinois", "U of I", or “UIUC”, whereas the Chicago campus is known as “UIC” and the Springfield campus as "UIS".
The University of Illinois was founded in 1867 with the Urbana-Champaign campus, and was chartered as the... See full description.
Ithaca College is a private institution founded in 1892 as a music conservatory. It is located in the South Hill of Ithaca, New York, but is known internationally for its communications program, provided by the Roy H. Park School of Communications. Four other schools offer more than 100 degree programs: School of Business; School of Health Sciences and Human Performance; School of Humanities and Sciences; and School of Music. The college’s main focus is on liberal arts, but a couple of pre-professional programs are available as well as graduate ones. It is known to be a center of a... See full description.
Middlebury College is a liberal arts college, located in Vermont, USA. It is proud with the two centuries of history it has behind its back, its traditions in liberal arts, and its dynamic residential community. The institution also offers graduate and specialized programs, operating around the world; this is a major feature, distinguishing the college from other similar schools. Graduate and summer programs offered there include Summer Language Schools (10 languages: Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Hebrew, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, Russian and Spanish), Bread Loaf School of... See full description.
New York University (NYU) is a private, research university, established in 1831. The school is located in New York City, USA, with its main campus situated in Manhattan. The school is known to be one of the largest private, nonprofit institutions of higher education in the country. NYU consists of 18 schools, colleges and institutes, and is known to house about 12,500 students. Furthermore, NYU operates study abroad facilities in London, Paris, Florence, Prague, Madrid, Berlin, Accra, Shanghai, Buenos Aires, Tel Aviv, Singapore, as well as a liberal arts campus in Abu Dhabi. It plans to... See full description.
Oregon State University is a public learning institution and was founded in 1868 and is situated in Corvallis. There are over 200 academic programs for undergraduate students and over 100 graduate programs including those in fields such as education, engineering, and business. There are also over 30 online degrees that students can choose from and these are offered via the Oregon State Ecampus. The university’s specialty is in the studies of forestry, marine sciences, and sustainable food systems among others. Besides classwork, students can engage in a number of extracurricular... See full description.
Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey is an institution of higher education, founded in 1766. It welcomes about 65,000 students, many of whom come from more than 115 countries. This University has a great international prestige and is considered one of the best in the world.
SACI Studio Art Centers International is a US non-profit university program, aimed at undergraduate and graduate students, who are looking for accredited studio art, design, and liberal arts education. The program takes pride in its 35 years of experience, and is held in Florence, Italy. Options for students include Academic Year Abroad, Academic Semester Abroad, BGSU MFA Program, Post-Baccalaureate Program, and Summer Studies. SACI follows the mission to provide an unparalleled experience to students by offering direct access to Italian culture, a wide range of complementary academic... See full description.
Seattle Languages International is a fully accredited language school, serving the areas of Seattle, Bellevue, Redmond and Tacoma, USA. The institute focuses on providing quality tuition in languages like Spanish, English, Italian, French, German, Mandarin Chinese, Arabic, Russian, Japanese, Vietnamese, and more. Having received more than 900 students in 2006, the school has become one of the fastest growing training centers in the area. All classes are led by professional, well-qualified teachers, who are native speakers, and aim to not only pass knowledge about their language but also... See full description.
SUNY is a system of public universities in New York, USA. It was established in 1948, and represents the largest system of universities, colleges, and community colleges in the world. Overall, it has 64 campuses around the state, including four University Centers. Accordingly, the system offers all types of undergraduate, postgraduate, and distance learning programs with the purpose to preserve the high quality of education in the public institutions of New York. With regard to this, in 2010, SUNY launched a new strategic plan, which is called the Power of SUNY.
Ohio State University is a public research university, and currently has the third largest university campus in the United States. Located in Columbus, Ohio, it was founded in 1870 as a land-grant university. Now the university has also established regional campuses in Lewis Center (the Delaware Center), Lima, Mansfield, Marion, and Newark. Furthermore, Ohio State operates small campuses and research facilities at the Gibraltar Island, the Ohio agricultural research and development center, and the Ohio agricultural research institute in Wooster.
The U.S. News & World Report has... See full description.
Penn State University is actually the commonly used abbreviated name for the Pennsylvania State University, which is a public research university, spreading its campuses and facilities throughout the US state of Pennsylvania. Its main campus is known as University Park and, being the largest of 24 campuses, lies within the Borough of State College and College Township, Pennsylvania. The university itself was established in 1855, stressing on a mission of teaching, research, and public service.
A notable point about Penn State is that it established itself as a leader in diversity,... See full description.
Founded in the wake of the gold rush by leaders of the newly established 31st state, the University of California's flagship campus at Berkeley has become one of the preeminent universities in the world. Its early guiding lights, charged with providing education (both "practical" and "classical") for the state's people, gradually established a distinguished faculty (with 22 Nobel laureates to date), a stellar research library, and more than 350 academic programs.
This California institution became a catalyst of economic growth and social innovation — the place where vitamin E was... See full description.
The University of California Los Angeles is one of the top universities in the world, currently ranked 4th by the High Impact Universities rankings, 11th by the Times Higher Education World University Rankings, and 13th by the Academic Ranking of World Universities. It is a public research university, founded in 1919, as the second oldest of the ten campuses affiliated with the University of California system.
The institution particularly prides itself with strengths in liberal arts and sciences, together with research, as a result of which it has earned a chapter of Phi Beta Kappa and a... See full description.
The University of Texas at Austin was founded in 1883. It is one of the largest and most prestigious universities in the world and hosts some 51,000 students.The University of Texas is a public research university, which campus is located only 0.25 km away from the Texas State Capitol. It holds a first place in the state of Texas in terms of enrollment, with 51, 233 students enrolled in 2010; nationally, it has the fifth largest single-campus enrollment.
The University of Texas at Austin was founded in 1883, while in 1929 it was included in the American Association of Universities.... See full description.