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Top 10 the best technical training USA

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1. MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)

Located in Cambridge, Massachusetts, is a private school founded in 1861, total annual enrollment of more than 4,000 people. Tuition and fees are $ 40,732 (2011-2012). Only new first-year students are required to live on campus, however, about 70% of students live in campus decisions during the course of four years.

Because, MIT dorm was voted "the most interesting countries", by Steven Holl Architects designed. The program here is not just "technical excellence" but to educate "the skills and behaviors of mechanical industry" for the school, this has put MIT up the top spot in the survey.

In addition to focusing on scientific research and technology, MIT also has strengths in economics, psychology, biology, chemistry, earth science, physics and mathematics. In 2009, the cost of research at MIT has spent more than $ 700 million, due to the government agencies such as Department of Health and Human Services and the Department of Defense funding. Tuition and fees are more than $ 40,569 /
school year.

2. Stanford, CA (Stanford University)

Stanford University ranked No. 5 in the 2012 edition of America's best schools. Tuition and fees are more than $ 40,000 / year. Stanford University is located in the Gulf of California, from San Francisco about 30km.

First year students are required to live on campus. However, the hostel is large enough to ensure room for all four-year students and most students choose the school dormitory.

Stanford University School of seven members, in which schools are ranked as high as School of Education, School of Engineering, School of Law, School of Medicine, ... Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment also has some cult band students also as famous alumni as former U.S. President Herbert Hoover, actress Sigourney Weaver and golfer Tiger Woods, who began his professional career at Stanford University.

1885, Jane and Leland Stanford founded Stanford University, with the intention of establishing a "high-class university", "qualified individual to help each student succeed ...". Today, Stanford has constantly reach, is a university research, teaching, and between students and faculty have close interaction.

Students are encouraged to participate in the research field of humanities and social sciences, and engineering sciences. Stanford focused interdisciplinary forms of teaching, research and promote initiatives to address issues of human health, the environment, international issues, and education worldwide. As a result, schools have "bagged" the Nobel Prize, and 16 alumni have won the Pulitzer Prize four.

3. University of California - Berkeley

University of California - Berkeley "look out" San Francisco Bay in Berkeley, California, is a public school was founded in 1868. Total number of students enrolled each year more than 25,500 people. School ranked 21 in 2012. Tuition and fees: $ 11,767 for California residents, $ 34,645 for students from other states.

University of California - Berkeley, commonly referred to as Cal, two-year guaranteed housing for new students. If there are more than 700 student organizations on campus, with many diverse activities, rich. Berkeley includes 14 universities and colleges, graduate programs ranked highly on education, engineering, law, social welfare, public health ...

4. California Institute of Technology (California Institute of Technology, Caltech stands)

The school is located in Pasadena, a Los Angeles, California about 11 miles northeast. Caltech is a private school founded in 1891. The scale of the institute is modest, the total number of students enrolled each year, but fewer than 1,000 students in 2012 ranked 5th best universities in the United States. Tuition and school fees of more than $ 37,000 / year.

Caltech has strengths in the field of science and technology, society. In addition, Caltech offers graduate programs leading in engineering, biology, chemistry, computer science, earth sciences, mathematics and physics. Caltech involved a significant amount of research, as well as receiving funding from organizations such as NASA, the National Science Foundation and the Department of Health and Human Services USA. Companies like Intel, Compaq, and Hotmail by Caltech alumni founded. Faculty and alumni of the school have received 32 Nobel Prize.

Percentage of students - faculty ideal quite low (3-1). First year students are required to live on campus, but approximately 80% of the students in the dormitory during the school year four. For students who have a passion for science and engineering, Caltech provides an exceptional learning experience.

5. Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Institute of Technology)

As one of the leading research universities of the country, focused on providing education and technology for more than 20,000 undergraduate and graduate. Georgia Tech is accredited programs nationwide. School topped the charts of public universities, as voted by U.S. News and World Report.

As a university leading technology established in 1885, Georgia Tech has more than 100 interdisciplinary research centers, research contributes significantly to national renewal, business and industry in the United States . Tuition and fees of students in the region is about $ 10,000, in addition to the state is about $ 28,000 / year.

6. University of Illinois - Urbana - Champaign (University of Illinois - Urbana - Champaign)

As a public school was founded in 1867 in the state of Illinois. Total number of registered students is over 30,000 people annually. Tuition and fees are more than $ 13,000 / year, students have to pay the state more than $ 27,000 / year.

University of Illinois - Urbana - Champaign includes 17 schools and colleges, including engineering, psychology is considered one of the best American industry. University of Illinois is the first school opened its doors for the disabled have access to all programs, services, and use of school facilities.

There are 11 graduates of the Nobel laureate. School is famous for the largest library of public universities in the world, with about 1.1 million books store, 225,000 references.

7. University of Michigan - Ann Arbor (tied)

As a public school was founded in 1817, with the scale of over 27,000 students annually. University of Michigan - Ann Arbor ranked 28 among the best national universities in the United States. Tuition and fees of about $ 12,000 / year, foreign students have to pay triple the state (more
$ 37,000).

University of Michigan is proud to be one of the "college town" America's best, only takes 45 minutes from the city of Detroit. New students are guaranteed housing but are not required to live on campus.
Graduate programs ranked highly include business, education, engineering, law, medicine, public policy ... Former U.S. President Gerald Ford, actress Lucy Liu (Charlie's Angels movies), taking Tom Brady has graduated from this school.

8. Carnegie Mellon University (Carnegie Mellon University)

As a relatively young private school, founded in 1900, but the total number of students is more than 6,000 people every year. Carnegie Mellon University ranked No. 23 (2012). Tuition and school fees are more than $ 43,000 / year. Carnegie Mellon University, was founded by industrialist and philanthropist Andrew Carnegie, in Pittsburgh. Only first-year students are required to live on campus, but the university guaranteed housing for all four years, and the majority of students choose to stay on campus.

Carnegie Mellon is known for its strengths in the field of science and technology. Students at the school have the opportunity to participate in the study and may even receive grants, scholarships for summer research support. School motto: We do not study everything, but when we focus on where we excel.

9. Cornell University

Founded in 1865 in Ithaca, New York, this quaint private school has nearly 14,000 students enrolled annually. In 2012, 15 schools ranked among the best in the United States. Tuition and fees of the Ivy group is more
$ 41,000 / year.

Cornell University has over 500 student organizations on campus. First-year students live together on campus to the north. School reputation for research in many diverse fields of nanotechnology, supercomputing, biotechnology ...

10. Purdue University - West Lafayette (tied)

The school is located in the state of Indiana, is a public school was founded in 1869. The relatively large size of the total number of students up to 30 836 people. Purdue University - West Lafayette ranked 62 (2012). Tuition and Fees $ 10,000, other state students pay nearly $ 27,000.

The highly ranked programs including engineering, education, medicine, nursing, health sciences ... Where is the simile is "cradle of astronauts", since the first man walked on the moon, Neil Armstrong (who died last month near 8-2012) studied here.
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