If you are looking to study in US and hesitating where to go and what are different rules in different States and universities you should know some important facts.
Our survey asks various professionals which college they consider best prepares its students for success in life. The top three colleges in the 2019 survey were Stanford, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and Caltech (California Institute of Technology). They are followed by Dartmouth College in New Hampshire, Amherst College of Massachusetts, Williams College, and Pomona College of California. The annual cost of tuition and fees varies from around $40k to $55k plus campus cost from approx. $10k to $16k per year.
Scholarships.plus rating for the top US universities will help you to chose the best fit for your ambitions and budget. The following best-of-the-best list we updated just recently. At the top of the ranking is Stanford University. Named the “billionaire factory” it is located in the heart of the Silicon Valley, home to Apple, Cisco, Google, HP, and many other top tech companies that continue to be led by Stanford alumni. Then, it followed by the Harvard University - the oldest higher education institution in the United States - is widely regarded of its influence, reputation, and academic pedigree as a leading university in not just the US but also the world. The other top institutions are Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), California Institute of Technology (Caltech), University of Oxford, University of Chicago, Princeton University, Cornell University, Yale University, Columbia University, University of Pennsylvania, and University of Michigan. The annual cost of tuition and fees varies from around $35k to $60k plus campus cost from approx. $10k to $20k per year.