The University of Chicago (UChicago), one of the world’s leading research institutes, has, from its very foundation in 1890, discovered completely new forms of scientific thinking. Today, UChicago is an intellectual center that attracts scientists to enthusiasts in Hyde Park and international campuses that support UChicago at the forefront of the most daring ideas that change the world. The university took the 11th place in the world university ranking of the British Times Higher Education (THE World University Rankings) for 2014-2015. Continue reading
Princeton University is a member of the prestigious Ivy League. Founded as a college in 1746, Princeton is the fourth oldest educational institution in the United States. Today, Princeton is an independent co-educational institution not affiliated with any denomination. It provides higher education in the humanities and social sciences, natural sciences and engineering. Thanks to the desire for the most outstanding achievements and discoveries, a high level of research and the dissemination of acquired knowledge, Princeton has earned worldwide fame as one of the best research universities. At the same time, Princeton stands out among research universities for its serious attitude towards the development of undergraduate programs and teaching. Continue reading
Founded at the end of the 11th century, the University of Oxford is the oldest institution of higher education not only in Great Britain, but also in Europe. Today, more than a quarter of Oxford students are foreigners.
The University of Oxford (Oxford University or University of Oxford) has consistently held a leading position in the ranking of the best universities in the world, sometimes losing and sometimes overtaking its closest competitors – Cambridge and Harvard. Every year, millions of tourists come to watch the traditional May Day holiday in Oxford, see Christ Church College, where Harry Potter was filmed and Alice in Wonderland was written and enjoy the medieval atmosphere of a unique ancient university. Continue reading