NYU Stern

New York University

  • New York

New York University is one of the largest higher learning institutions in the world. With satellite universities in Shanghai and Abu Dhabi, NYU has taken its reach global, placing high importance on the representation of their international student body an

MIT Sloan School

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

  • Cambridge

There was a proposal presented to the Massachusetts General Court in 1859 to use the land in Black Bay, Boston, which had recently been filled in, for a “Conservatory of Art and Science", but the proposal did not pass.

Harvard University

Harvard University

  • Cambridge, MA

Harvard is the oldest university in the United States dating back to 1636. The university was voted on by the Great and General Court of the Massachusetts Bay Colony and the name is derived from the first benefactor of the college in the young minister Joh

Emory University

Emory University

  • Atlanta, GA

Created in 1836 by the Methodist Episcopal Church, Emory University has risen to international prestige from humble beginnings.

Duke University

Duke University

  • Durham

Duke University is well known though out the country as a powerhouse for academic research.

Columbia University

Columbia University

  • New York, NY

There were talks about opening a university in the city of New York as far back as 1704.

Carnegie Mellon

Carnegie Mellon University

  • Pittsburgh, PA

Andrew Carnegie founded the Carnegie Technical Schools in 1900. An industrialist and philanthropist of Scottish heritage, Carnegie derived inspiration from the Brooklyn-based Pratt Institute to set up the institution.

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Stanford University

  • Stanford, CA

Stanford University was founded in 1885 and opened their doors to students on October 1, 1891