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Northwestern University
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Northwestern University – How to apply?

Northwestern University – an overview Northwestern University (or NU) is a prestigious private research university located in and around Chicago, Illinois, with a branch campus in Qatar. Established in 1851, when it opened its doors in 1855, there were ten students enrolled – a figure which has now risen to over 23,000 undergraduates and postgraduates.…

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The University of Florida

Overview of the University of Florida Established in 1853, the University of Florida is a leading land-grant research university, rated R1 for research output and ranked in sixth place among the USA’s public universities, and 154th globally. Located two miles away from the city of Gainesville, in north central Florida,  the campus is suburban and…

Washington University
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The University of Washington-Seattle

Overview Established in 1861, the University of Washington is a highly-ranked public research university, and one of the oldest on the west coast of the US. Everything about the university is big: from its 49,000 student population to the 703-acre main campus, with its 500 buildings and 26 libraries, 370 graduate programmes and 140 departments.…

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The University of Boston

The University of Boston is a large, private research institution, and was established in 1839 when it had strong links to the Methodist church. Over time, the university became non-denominational. The alma mater of Martin Luther King, it was the first university in the US to award a PhD to a woman. It currently offers…

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University of Chicago

The University of Chicago – an overview ‘Themistocles, Thucydides/The Peloponnesian War,/X squared, Y squared/H2SO4/Who for? What for?/What the hell are we fighting for?/Go, Maroons!’ School cheer – University of Chicago. Founded in 1890, the University of Chicago is a private research university, with around 17,000 students, approximately a third of whom are undergraduates. Chicago has…

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American Colleges

Is there a difference between colleges, universities and community colleges in the USA? The short answer is YES! American College or University? American colleges focus on undergraduate education .  Although American students tend to use the terms college and university interchangeably, and are just as likely to say “I’m going back to college this weekend”…

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Cornell University

Where is Cornell University? Cornell University is located in Ithaca, a rural environment with forests, waterfalls, hiking trails, and exceptionally cold winters, to the south of Cayuka Lake, amidst the hills and gorges of New York State’s Finger Lakes region. Cornell’s Ithaca campus covers 745 acres and has long been acclaimed as one of the…

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Yale vs Harvard

Yale vs Harvard: which is better? Yale vs Harvard – which is the best Ivy League university? Yale vs Harvard: both are private, not for profit US Ivy League universities, with very high research output. Both are synonymous with academic excellence, and always feature in the Top Twenty global university rankings. There are differences between them,…

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University of Pennsylvania

University of Pennsylvania – why should I choose the Ivy League? University of Pennsylvania, normally referred to as” Penn”, is a private, Ivy League research university, set up in 1740 by Benjamin Franklin, as an educational institution where knowledge combines with practical skills. There are around 10,000 undergraduates and 12,000 postgraduates studying here, at one…