Top 10 best universities in the US in 2022 - 2023
Princeton and MIT continue to be the top two universities in the US in 2022 - 2023, while Columbia University was dropped from the top 10 due to providing incorrect data.
According to the announcement of US News and World Report on September 12, the 10 best universities in the US in 2023 are all schools with long-standing achievements, specifically as follows:
Number of students entering the fall semester 2021
Tuition fees for the academic year 2022 - 2023
( Unit USD )
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
University of Chicago
John Hopkins University
University of Pennsylvania
California Institute of Technology (Caltech)
This is the 12th year in a row Princeton University (New Jersey) topped this list. The school's tuition fee is 57,410 USD (about 1.35 billion VND).
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) ranked second, unchanged from last year.
Together in third place are Harvard, Stanford and Yale. Harvard fell from tied for second last year, while Stanford rose from sixth and Yale rose from fifth.
Yale University, ranked third (with Harvard and Stanford) in the ranking of the best universities in the US in 2023. Photo: Shutterstock
The University of Chicago remains in sixth place, with John Hopkins and Pennsylvania tied for seventh.
Ranked 9th is the California Institute of Technology (Caltech). Duke and Northwestern tied for 10th.
The highest tuition in these top 10 schools is Northwestern University at $63,468 a year. The lowest tuition rate belongs to Stanford University with $ 56,169 a year.
The University of Pennsylvania was the most accepting school, with nearly 10,000 students for the fall semester of 2021. California Institute of Technology admitted only 987 students in the fall of 2021, at least and only one-tenth of Pennsylvania.
Of the eight Ivy League schools, four made the top 10, including Princeton, Harvard, Yale and Pennsylvania. Columbia University, which was ranked second last year, fell to 18th this year. The remaining three Ivy League schools are Dartmouth College (12th), Brown University (13th), and Cornell University (17th).
US News and World R eport ranks universities based on factors: Graduation and employment rate (22% of the total score), social mobility (5%), graduation rate performance (8%) ), undergraduate academic reputation (20%), annual resources (20%), student quality (7%), student finance (10%), alumni contribution rate members (3%), graduate debt (5%). In addition, this year's rankings began to use more criteria of the number of part-time faculty compared to the number of students.
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