For the ninth year in a row, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology is the best university in the world
QS World University published its top of the best institutions in the world for 2021 and the universities of the United States were positioned in the first place.
The complete list includes a thousand educational centers located in 80 different countries. For the analysis, the organization took into account 5 thousand 500 universities with factors such as academic reputation, employees, the ratio of students to teachers, international students, among others.
Of the world’s top 10, American schools occupied five positions, and the rest other institutions from the United Kingdom and one from Switzerland.
These are the best universities to pursue a career in the United States in 2021:
10. Columbia University
The campus located in Manhattan, New York, is one of the most recognized and selective institutions of the Ivy League, admitting only 5.8 of those who apply. It ranked 19th worldwide and 10th in the United States.
For now, Columbia University maintains remote classes due to the coronavirus pandemic and it is expected to continue this way during the next quarter. However, that will not affect the visa status of foreign students.
Annual tuition cost: $ 61,788.
9. Cornell University
Another New York State University managed to stand out in ninth place in the United States and 18 internationally. It is located in Ithaca and is termed as a liberal institution. In addition, it was one of the first universities to offer a degree in Journalism.
Annual tuition cost : $ 58,586.
8. Yale University
The prestigious Ivy League College in Connecticut is also ranked 18th in the world. Yale is the third oldest university in the United States and offers a great educational offering in its 14 colleges.
Annual tuition cost : $ 57,700.
7. University of Pennsylvania
Located in the city of Philadelphia, the Ivy League-affiliated institution reached 16th place internationally. It was founded by Benjamin Franklin, one of the most important figures in the history of the United States, and noted for his research program.
Annual tuition cost: $ 53,166.
6. Princeton University
The imposing campus of the institution is located in the state of New Jersey, but it has less than 10,000 students in its community, so it is difficult to be admitted. In addition, it has one of the most prestigious research programs and that places it as the twelfth best university in the world.
Annual tuition cost: $ 53,890.
5. University of Chicago
Based in the city of Chicago, this college is the ninth-best internationally for its research program and reputation for excellence in careers such as Medicine, Business, and Public Policy Studies.
Annual tuition cost: $ 57,642.
The California Institute of Technology, in the city of Pasadena, is ranked fourth among universities worldwide. Its outstanding research in Science and Engineering makes it one of the most recognized educational centers, as well as its high-tech facilities with NASA laboratories and a network of observatories.
Annual tuition cost: $ 54,570.
3. Harvard University
The fame of this institution, located in Massachusetts, is not in vain and QS recognizes it as the third-best in the world. In addition, it is the oldest university in the United States, with 10 colleges, an institute for advanced studies, five museums, and the largest academic library system in the world.
Annual tuition cost: $ 47,730.
2. Stanford University
Located near the city of San Francisco, Stanford is the leading provider of professionals for Silicon Valley companies like Google and Yahoo. It has 18 research institutes and seven schools, within one of the largest campuses in the country.
Annual tuition cost: $ 17,619.
For the ninth consecutive year, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology has established itself as the best university in the United States and in the world. Its Cambridge facilities house more than 11,000 students from five faculties and its research develop important advances in medicine, poverty, artificial intelligence, climate change, among others.
Annual tuition cost: $ 53,790.