The college or university you choose to go to has a major impact on the rest of your life. So, probably it is a good idea to first do some research. We have done the compilation of a ranking of the Top Universities in the USA to assist you with the process.
Harvard University which was established in the year 1636 is the oldest higher education institution in the United States. As a leading university, it is widely regarded in terms of its academic pedigree, reputation, & influence in not just the US but also throughout the world.
This university is also home to the largest academic library system in the world with 400 million manuscript items, 1,80,000 serial titles, and 18 million volumes, and 10 million photographs.
Stanford University has located 20 miles north of San Jose, 35 miles south of San Francisco. It is widely popular as the heart of the dynamic Silicon Valley of Northern California. This Stanford university is home to Google, Yahoo, Hewlett-Packard, & numerous other cutting-edge tech companies. These companies were founded and continued to be led by Stanford Alumni & faulty.
Stanford University is possessing one of the largest university campuses in the US. It has 7 schools & 18 interdisciplinary research institutes. These are mainly Energy & Environmental Sciences, School of Earth, The Graduate School of Business, School of Engineering, etc.
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
Now, MIT is an independent, privately endowed, coeducational university that is organized into five schools. These schools are mainly engineering; arts, humanities, and social sciences; architecture and planning; management; science. Still, the principle of educational innovation has remained at the core of the educational philosophy of this MIT University.
Researchers of MIT University are always at the vanguards of developments in artificial intelligence, cancer, HIV, & poverty alleviation. Meanwhile in the past MIT research has fueled scientific breakthroughs such as the invention of magnetic core memory, the development of radar, and the concept of the expanding universe.