Claremont McKenna College

OVERVIEW Claremont McKenna College is a private liberal arts college with an enrollment of about 1,300 undergraduate students and around 20 postgraguate students. It is a member of the Claremont Colleges, and become co-educational in 1976. Before the establishment of the Robert Day School of Economics and Finance, the college was an undergraduate institution. Claremont […]

Middlebury College

OVERVIEW Middlebury College is a private liberal arts college in US. With about 2,507 undergraduates at present, Middlebury also offers undergraduate and graduate programs in English literature, writing, and modern languages in addition to its core undergraduate program. Besides, it is the first higher education institution in the United States which granted a bachelor’s degree […]

University of Washington

OVERVIEW University of Washington is a large public university. The university enrolls both undergraduate and postgraduate students, In 2012, the number of its undergraduates has reached 30,790 while the number of its postgraduates has reached 12,177. University of Washington was founded in the year of 1861, which means it is one of the oldest universities […]

University of Maryland

OVERVIEW University of Maryland, College Park is known as a public university. This university is considered to be a flagship college, which belongs to the University System of Maryland. It is also seen as a public Ivy Institution, enjoy a good reputation nationwide. The college has enrolled 26,876 undergraduate students and 10,719 postgraduates in total. […]

University of Arizona

OVERVIEW University of Arizona is a public institution, also known as a space-grant public university for higher education. This university enrolls both undergraduate students and postgraduate students. In 2012, the number of its undergraduate enrollment has reached 30,592, while its postgraduate enrollment has reached 8,421. UA is founded in the year of 1885, making it […]

Liberty University

OVERVIEW Liberty University is a private university. It is also the largest evangelical Christian university. There are nearly 12,500 students admitted to this university in total every year. Not only do this university enroll residential students, but also it recruits students for its online programs. Students can study either on campus or via the internet. […]

Iowa State University

OVERVIEW Iowa State University is a public university that enrolls both undergraduate students and postgraduate students. The university was once known as the Iowa State University of Science and Technology, which now is considered to be a flagship university. It has enrolled 23,104 undergraduate students this year. The university was established in the year of […]

Howard University

OVERVIEW Howard University is one of the private institutions in the country. It is also known as an authorized research university. The university enrolls both undergraduate students and post graduates. So far, it has a total undergraduate enrollment of 7,147, not include the post graduates. Howard University was established in the year of 1867. The […]

Ashford University

OVERVIEW Ashford University is known as a private, for-profit university, which is also considered as a proprietary institution. Its parent company, which is also its main sponsor, is the Bridgepoint Education. The university has enrolled 57,254 undergraduate students in total, offering them classes both on campus and over the Internet. Ashford also recruits graduate students […]

Emory University

OVERVIEW Emory University is a private research university based in Atlanta. With over 7,000 undergraduates, over 6,000 postgraduates and nearly 3,000 faculty members, this university is now a famous one enjoying world reputation. It was named one of its 25 “New Ivies” by Newsweek in 2006, which makes it a rather selective one with a […]

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