U.S. University Rankings 2009 by fdjerue7eeu

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									U.S. University Rankings 2009
America's Best Colleges 2010 edition ranks (top 30)
Acceptance rate in the 2009-2010 tuition university rankings
1 Harvard University (Harvard University) $ 37,012 7.9%
1 Princeton University (Princeton University) $ 35,340 9.9%
3 Yale University (Yale University) $ 36,500 8.6%
4 California Institute of Technology (California Institute of Technology) $ 34,584
17.4%
4 Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Massachusetts Inst. Of Technology)
$ 37,782 11.9%
4 Stanford University (Stanford University) $ 37,881 9.5%
4 University of Pennsylvania (University of Pennsylvania) $ 38,970 16.9%
8 Columbia University (Columbia University) $ 41,316 10.0%
8 University of Chicago (University of Chicago) $ 39,381 27.9%
10 Duke University (Duke University) $ 38,975 22.4%
11 Datemosi College (Dartmouth College) $ 38,679 13.5%
12 Northwestern University (Northwestern University) $ 38,461 26.2%
12 Washington University in St. Louis (Washington Univ.) $ 38,864 21.7%
14 - John Hopkins University (Johns Hopkins University) $ 39,150 25.4%
15 Cornell University (Cornell University) $ 37,954 20.7%
16 Brown University (Brown University) $ 38,848 13.7%
17 Emory University (Emory University) $ 38,036 26.6%
17 Rice University (Rice University) $ 31,248 23.0%
17 Vanderbilt University (Vanderbilt University) $ 38,579 25.3%
20 University of Notre Dame (University of Notre Dame) $ 38,477 26.7%
21 University of California, Berkeley (UC - Berkeley) $ 8,352 * $ 30,022 ** 21.6%
22, Carnegie - Mellon University (Carnegie Mellon University) $ 39,833 37.9%
23 Georgetown University (Georgetown University) $ 39,212 18.8%
24 University of California, Los Angeles (UC-Los Angeles) $ 8,228 * $ 29,897 **
22.8%
24 University of Virginia (University of Virginia) $ 9,870 * $ 31,870 ** 36.7%
26 University of Southern California (Univ. of Southern California) $ 39,124 21.9%
27 University of Michigan, Ann Arbor (UM-Ann Arbor) $ 11,738 * $ 34,230 **
42.1%
28 Tufts University (Tufts University) $ 40,342 25.5%
28 University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (U. of NC-Chapel Hill) $ 5,396 *
$ 22,294 ** 34.0%
28 维克布里斯特 University (Wake Forest University) $ 38,622 38.4%
* To state student tuition, student fees ** for foreign states
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Best American Arts Institute (top 20)
Acceptance rate in the 2009-2010 tuition university rankings
1 Williams College (Williams College) $ 39,490 17.0%
2 Amherst College (Amherst College) $ 38,928 14.8%
3 Swarthmore College (Swarthmore College) $ 37,860 15.7%
4 Middlebury College (Middlebury College) $ 50,780 16.8%
4 Wellesley College (Wellesley College) $ 38,062 36.0%
6 Bowdoin College (Bowdoin College) $ 40,020 18.6%
6 Pomona College (Pomona College) $ 37,017 15.6%
8 Carleton College (Carleton College) $ 39,777 27.5%
8 Davidson College (Davidson College) $ 35,124 25.7%
10 Haverford College (Haverford College) $ 39,085 27.0%
11 Clermont - Maikejina College (Claremont McKenna College) $ 38,510 19.1%
11 Vassar College (Vassar College) $ 41,930 25.0%
13 Wesleyan University (Wesleyan University) $ 40,092 27.2%
14 Grinnell College (Grinnell College) $ 36,476 43.0%
14 Harvey - Mudd College (Harvey Mudd College) $ 38,467 31.1%
14 West Point (United States Military Academy) $ 0 15.7%
14 Washington and Lee University (Washington and Lee University) $ 38,877 16.8%
18 Smith College (Smith College) $ 37,758 47.7%
19 test Confirming University (Colgate University) $ 40,970 23.9%
19 Naval Military College (United States Naval Academy $ 0 13.9%
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The 2010 version of the top public universities in the nation's top 25:
1 University of California, Berkeley (University of California-Berkeley)
2 University of California at Los Angeles (Univ. of California-Los Angeles)
2 University of Virginia (University of Virginia)
4 University of Michigan, Ann Arbor (University of Michigan-Ann Arbor)
5 University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (U. of North Carolina-Chapel Hill)
6. William and Mary College (College of William and Mary)
7 Georgia Tech (Georgia Institute of Technology)
7 University of California, San Diego (Univ. of California-San Diego
9 University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (U. of Illinois-Urbana-Champaign)
9 University of Wisconsin-Madison (Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison)
11 University of California, Davis (University of California-Davis)
11 University of California, Santa Barbara (Univ. of California-Santa Barbara)
11 University of Washington (University of Washington)
14 University of California, Irvine (University of California-Irvine)
15 Pennsylvania State University University Park Campus (Pennsylvania State
U.-University Park)
15 University of Florida (University of Florida)
15 University of Texas at Austin (University of Texas-Austin)
18 Ohio State University, Columbus (Ohio State University-Columbus)
University of Maryland, College Court, Branch 18 (Univ. of Maryland-College Park)
20 University of Pittsburgh (University of Pittsburgh)
21 University of Georgia (University of Georgia)
22 Clemson University (Clemson University)
22 Purdue University, Lafayette Campus (Purdue Univ.-West Lafayette)
22 Texas A & M University, College Station Campus (Texas A &
M Univ.-College Station)
22 University of Minnesota Twin Cities Campus (University of Minnesota - Twin
Cities)

U.S. business school and college and professional ranks and rankings. The
undergraduate education, "U.S. News And World Report"
launched the professional ranks business schools and focused on two major areas of
Engineering, Institute of the United States because of these two types of the most
popular college, job market prospects are bright for college. Therefore, in ranking, not
only lists the top universities, but also refined the key professional in the rankings. If
students apply for two types of institution, the most practical value of this ranking.
School systems in these two, you can see well-known U.S. public universities and
elite private universities is not so bad from top to bottom, while tuition at public
universities are much cheaper than private universities.
United States 10 top business schools (undergraduate)
1 University of Pennsylvania (University of Pennsylvania)
2 Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
2 University of California, Berkeley (University of California - Berkeley)
4 University of Michigan, Ann Arbor (University of Michigan - Ann Arbor)
5 New York University (New York University)
6 University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (University of North Carolina - Chapel
Hill)
6 University of Texas at Austin (University of Texas - Austin)
6 University of Virginia (University of Virginia)
9 Carnegie - Mellon University (Carnegie Mellon University)
10 Cornell University (Cornell University Ithaca)
10 University of Southern California (University of Southern California)
Top 10 U.S. Engineering (Undergraduate) (may be awarded a doctorate school)
1 Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
2 Stanford University (Stanford University)
2 University of California, Berkeley (University of California - Berkeley)
4 California Institute of Technology (California Institute of Technology)
5 Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Institute of Technology)
5 University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (University of Illinois -
Urbana-Champaign)
7 Carnegie - Mellon University (Carnegie Mellon University)
7 University of Michigan, Ann Arbor (University of Michigan-Ann Arbor)
8 Cornell University (Cornell University)
9 Purdue University, West Lafayette Special Branch (Purdue Univ .-- West Lafayette)
9 University of Texas at Austin (University of Texas - Austin)

								
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