The University of Maryland is a public research university, founded in 1856. Its prime location is the city of College Park, where the university enrolls more than 37 thousand students. The institution has significantly improved its reputation and accomplishments during the last two decades, and is currently ranked 12th among all public U.S. universities and 36th worldwide. They have also been named one of the top 18 ‘green universities’ in the United States.
Furthermore, the university is a member of the Association of American Universities, and a founding member of the Atlantic... See full description.
The University of Miami is a private research university established in 1925. Research plays an important role within the university, and is therefore incorporated into every academic program – expenditure in this field is about $339 million each year. The majority of the expenditure budget is being utilized by the Miller School of Medicine, but a great number of studies are also carried out in areas like engineering, education, marine science, and psychology.
Another distinctive feature of the university is its library system with over 3.1 million volumes and exceptional holdings in... See full description.
The University of Michigan at Ann Arbor is considered one of the most prestigious in the world. Programs of study are over a hundred degrees and around 27 postgraduates. The number of students are some 8,600 and 381 teachers.The university was established in 1817, which was twenty years before Michigan became a state. Since then the University of Michigan has undergone a couple of changes, one of which is moving campus to Ann Arbor in 1837, and the other – changing its curriculum from a strictly classical one, to such including science and research.
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The University of North Carolina Wilmington was established in the form of Wilmington College in 1947. It is a public institution, which is most known for its film studies, creative writing, and marine biology programs. Overall, it accepts undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral students into one of the following academic departments: Cameron School of Business; College of Arts and Sciences; College of Health and Human Services, Watson School of Education, and Graduate School. The University of North Carolina Wilmington is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association... See full description.
The University of North Texas is a public university, founded in 1890 in Denton, Texas. It has changed its name six times since then, to reflect the constant growth and development the institution has undergone. Moreover, it is the fourth largest university in the country by enrollment. The school prides itself with a number of programs that have been recognized around the world, including the philosophy’s department program in environmental ethics, and the jazz studies program, which was the first of this kind in the USA. Other programs, ranked nationally are public administration,... See full description.
p>The University of Northern Colorado is a public institution of higher learning, located in Greely, Colorado. It was established in 1889 as the State Normal School of Colorado, and has a very strong background of providing teacher education. Undergraduate degrees are usually four year programs with strong emphasis in the liberal arts. Overall, the university provides over 100 degree programs in the fields of arts, sciences, humanities, human sciences, business, and education. The graduate programs available are mainly in education. UNC is a participant in the national Voluntary System of... See full description.
The University of Oregon (UO) is a public, coeducational research university established in 1876. It is located in Eugene, Oregon, United States, and is known to be the third oldest public university in the state. The University of Oregon is organized into eight schools and colleges—six professional schools and colleges, an Arts and Sciences College and an Honors College. Another interesting fact is that The Carnegie Foundation classifies the University of Oregon as a "very high research activity" university. This makes it one of only 108 universities to have such a designation.... See full description.
The University of Pennsylvania was founded in 1750. It welcomes about 10,000 students, who come from USA and other countries of the world. It has a great reputation and is considered one of the best in the world.
The University of Scranton is a private, co-education Jesuit university, founded in 1888 as a college. It gained status of a university in 1938, and currently operates in Scranton, Pennsylvania. The institution has made available 61 bachelor’s degree programs, 43 minors, 23 master’s degree programs, and a doctor of physical therapy program; these are organized into four colleges and schools - The College of Arts and Sciences, The Kania School of Management, The Panuska College of Professional Studies, and The College of Graduate and Continuing Education. The university stresses on its... See full description.
The University of Southern California is a private, non-profit university, located in Los Angeles, California. It was founded in 1880 and is known for the fact that is enrolls more international students than any other school of higher learning in the USA – students come from 120 countries, and all 50 states. Furthermore, the University of Southern California is the oldest research school in the state, having developed a strong tradition in integrating liberal and professional education. The institution offers amazing opportunities for study abroad and internships – it highly... See full description.
The University of Southern Maine (USM) is a multi-campus public university, which is part of the University of Maine System. USM's three main campuses are located in Portland, Gorham, and Lewiston. The main academic fields of the Portland campus are business, nursing, history, political science, economics, sociology, biology, physics, chemistry, math, English, psychology, media studies, modern and classical languages and literatures, American and New England studies. Gorham houses most of the University's dormitories and competitive athletic facilities; while the Lewiston campus provides... See full description.
The University of Tennessee at Martin (UTM) is a campus in the University of Tennessee system, established in 1900. UTM is rurally located, for which reason, it has been mostly specializing in undergraduate studies in education and agriculture. Still, other courses are offered, too, especially in the liberal arts; a rising importance has been given to degrees in business, engineering, and music, too. Furthermore, the school is among the top providers of candidates to the University of Tennessee Health Science Center in Memphis. All in all, the university has been organized into the... See full description.
The University of Washington was founded in 1861 and is considered one of the best in the world. In their classrooms can be received an excellent education, related to art, music, theatre, sports, etc. The innovative ideas of the University are focused on achieving a better world to live in.Founded on November 4, 1861, the University of Washington happens to be one of the oldest universities on the West Coast. The pioneer campus was constructed in Seattle out of the 10-acre gift land downtown. Later on, it grew into a multi-location university expanding its campus structure. Now it is... See full description.
The University of Wisconsin at Madison is regarded as one of the best today. It has about 42,000 students and 2,000 faculties. Studies taught are more than 400 between undergraduate, masters and doctoral degrees.
Unmanned Vehicle University started classes for Masters and Doctorate Degrees in Unmanned Systems Engineering. This is the first course of its kind, UVU Executive Director and President Dr (Col Ret) Jerry LeMieux said. The University offers a curriculum to prepare individuals for a career in civil and commercial applications for unmanned systems. We have prepared for this day for over a year and our doors are open to the World so that anyone can gain the technical knowledge behind unmanned systems. We currently have students from around the World. We have campuses in Africa, Australia,... See full description.
Located in the U.S. state of Georgia, Valdosta State University is a forward-thinking university with southern charm, promising students the chance to create a world of opportunities both academically and professionally.
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Valdosta State University offers the best of both worlds — the extensive academic, cultural, and social opportunities of a major university and the small class sizes and close personal attention found at smaller institutions. Students are attracted to the close-knit community at Valdosta State University where learning... See full description.
Wartburg College is a college of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, a place where “God’s image is recognized within every person.” At the school, students, faculty, and staff of all races, ethnicities, faiths, sexual orientations, gender identities, and philosophies are welcomed and invited to participate in a process of critical reflection on their most foundational commitments in life. Wartburg College is committed to diversity and inclusion on their campus, not in spite of their heritage but precisely because of it.
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This is a private learning institution established in 1870 and it’s located a few miles outside Boston in Wellesley, Massachusetts. Wellesley College is an arts college for women and it is among the Seven Sisters Colleges which include Radcliffe, Smith, Vassar, Mount Holyoke, Barnard, and Bryn Mawr. Wellesley College has a vibrant learning community that places a lot of value on creative, rigorous, and cross-discipline thinking. It has a collaborative approach to learning thus encouraging the learners to dispute, discuss, and polish their perspectives with each other and with the... See full description.
This is a public learning institution located in Morgantown city along the Monongahela River and it was established in 1867. West Virginia University offers over 200 undergraduate, graduate, doctorate and professional programs across its 15 colleges. Some of the graduate degrees include those offered at the College of Engineering and Mineral Resources, College of Business and Economics, and the School of Medicine. The university has other campuses including Charleston Area Medical Center in Charleston, Potomac State College of West Virginia University in Keyser, and West Virginia... See full description.
Located in the city of Snyder, Texas, Western Texas College is committed to excellence as it challenges students to reach their full potential. The college provides quality education for pre-professional, general, career, technical, workforce and foundational students, and enhances student life through a number of campus activities. Western Texas College provides support services that help students, staff and faculty succeed, as well as opportunities that encourage and facilitate social, cultural, economic, and community development. Students of the college become life-long learners who... See full description.
Williston State College was established in 1957 and it is a two-year public community college that offers technical, vocation, and general education. It was initially referred to as University of North Dakota-Williston and since time in memorial it has worked closely with the University of North Dakota. The college is in the North Dakota University System and it is among eleven learning institutions under the governorship of the North Dakota State Board of Higher Education. The college offers transfer programs to students which lead to either Associate in Science or Associate in Arts... See full description.
Yale University welcomes about 11,000 students every year. It is composed of three main parts: Yale College, the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences and professional schools. The institution is well known for its activity in research.
Youth For Understanding (YFU) is a non-profit international educational organization, established in 1951. It prides itself with the fact that it is one of world’s oldest, largest, and most respected exchange organizations, and currently organizes programs in 64 countries. YFU USA operates the Youth For Understanding programs in the United States, pursuing the aim to prepare young people for the challenges they will be facing in a globalized world. The institution has formed partnerships with governments, corporations, foundations, schools, and educators worldwide to create worldwide... See full description.