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U.S. News & World Report ranks 2011 top 10 national universities, liberal arts colleges

 

From U.S. News & World Report

 

Tuesday, August 17th 2010

 

Top 10 national universities

 

Harvard University (MA)

Princeton University (NJ)

Yale University (CT)

Columbia University (NY)

Stanford University (CA)

University of Pennsylvania

California Institute of Technology

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Dartmouth College (NH)

Duke University (NC)

University of Chicago (IL)

 

Top 10 national liberal arts colleges

 

Williams College (MA)

Amherst College (MA)

Swarthmore College (PA)

Middlebury College (VT)

Wellesley College (MA)

Bowdoin College (ME)

Pomona College (CA)

Carleton College (MN)

Davidson College (NC)

Haverford College (PA)

 

Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/news/national/2010/08/17/2010-08-17_us_news__world_report_ranks_2011_top_10_national_universities_liberal_arts_colle.html#ixzz0wwLa6E2c

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How are they rated? I'm pretty sure that there are a lot better colleges than those.

 

Go to the link buddy. It's based on repution it's always seems to be the same schools most of them so called 'IVY LEAGUE" i.e. Harvard, Yale, MIT, Stanford, etc.

Most of These schools have been on this elite list for at least 50-60 years. Also there's a reason why most of the US Presidents since 1900 went to these elite schools as well.

 

Plus without scholarships and grants assuming you go to Medical/Law or Grad Schools, the cost of an IVY League school education is now nearly $1 Million for both Undergrad and Grad.:)

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Go to the link buddy. It's based on repution it's always seems to be the same schools most of them so called 'IVY LEAGUE" i.e. Harvard, Yale, MIT, Stanford, etc.

Most of These schools have been on this elite list for at least 50-60 years. Also there's a reason why most of the US Presidents since 1900 went to these elite schools as well.

 

Plus without scholarships and grants assuming you go to Medical/Law or Grad Schools, the cost of an IVY League school education is now nearly $1 Million for both Undergrad and Grad.:)

 

there are only 8 ivy league schools.. and MIT and stanford are definitely not ivy league. they have competition that's on the same level as an ivy league but they're not. all of the ivy league schools are in the northeastern united states.

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