Introduction of U.S. Top Universities

Introduction of U.S. Top Universities

Ivy League University: 8 world-renowned universities including Harvard, Yale, Preston, Columbia, Penn, Dartmouth, Cornell and Brown.

Other prestigious schools: Stanford University, which made Silicon Valley wealth; MIT is the top world Polytechnic university; Caltech and the University of Chicago have gained a significant reputation in recent years; Duke University, with reputation as Harvard in the South; Johns Hopkins University, which is known for its medicine; and the University of California- Berkeley, Los Angeles, which are outstanding public universities, etc.

 

Why Top US Universities?

  1. The reputation and abundant funding of the prestigious schools have enabled them to attract first-class professors and scholars from all over the world to conduct first-class scientific research. Students at prestigious schools have the opportunity to learn from the world's leaders in various fields. Many of the professors who teach undergraduates are very well-known scholars including Nobel Laureates.
  2. The teacher-student ratio of the top private schools is 1:6-7. The medium-sized class is 12 people, and most courses have no more than 20 students in one class. In such an environment, students can establish personal relationships with professors.
  3. The famous schools are home to a group of the brightest, most thoughtful and versatile young people. The inspiration from other excellent students can help one to reach his/her full potential.
  4. Harvard has a $30 billion fund; Yale has $20 billion. With adequate financial support, top schools can use their enormous resources to achieve their true educational goals, which is to train "make our world better" talents.
  5. These prestigious schools offer students a wide variety of internship opportunities, with research projects in every corner of the world. The school places great emphasis on alumni relationships, and alumni provide each other with information opportunities.
  6. The education of a prestigious school is liberal arts, which is to help develop the ability to think, analyze, communicate and cooperate, and the ability to understand people's values and their own weaknesses, improve social responsibility and civic quality. Humanities courses emphasize thinking, argumentation, and judgment, mainly in the way that the class is taught in a discussion-oriented manner, where students debate each other and promote thinking.
  7. The "freedom" is emphasized by prestigious schools. On campus, students in the classroom feel a free and inclusive atmosphere, let people feel the spirit of release. In this way students and scholars bathe in an air that is not forbidden and excluded, so initiative and creativity are maximized.
  8. The prestigious university has a mission to "make the world better" and to emphasize global vision and human responsibility. Students have a broader vision and sense of mission, sense of responsibility.

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