ALL ABOUT GRACI UNIVERSITY NAMED AFTER CARL-FRANCE
The Graz University of Karl-Franz is one of Austria's oldest and largest universities. The institution is associated with many distinguished names, in particular, six Nobel laureates studied here. To the…

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UCL University College London
UCL has been named the Sunday Times by the world-class intellectual generator of ideas. The UCL has given the world 26 Nobel laureates and every decade since the creation of…

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Oxford University
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…

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University of Chicago

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.

The University of Chicago was founded in 1890 by the American Baptist Enlightenment Society and oil magnate John Rockefeller, who later recognized the university as “the most successful investment”. Lands for the new university in the suburb of Hyde Park were donated by Marshall Field, the owner of one of the oldest department stores in Chicago, named after him (Marshall Field’s Department Store Store).

William Rainey Harper, the first president of UChicago, dreamed of creating a university that combines an American-style liberal arts college with undergraduate programs and a German-style research university with a master’s and postgraduate programs. The University of Chicago quickly realized Harper’s dreams, becoming the leading university in the country in terms of the quality of higher education and research.

The University of Chicago graduated 87 Nobel laureates, 17 of whom conducted research directly in the university department. Notable graduates in public administration and politics: social organizer Saul Alinsky, political adviser to Barack Obama – David Axelrod, Minister of Justice and federal judge Robert Bork, Minister of Justice Ramzi Clark, Supreme Court judge John Paul Stevens, Prime Minister of Canada William Lyon Mackenzie King and many others.

Foundation year 1890. Location Chicago. The number of students is 15190. Student satisfaction is 99%.

Location
The University of Chicago, located in the picturesque Hyde Park, near Lake Michigan, offers students a life no less diverse and rich than in the metropolis. Since 1997, the campus (a total area of ​​217 hectares) has opened an incredibly beautiful botanical garden. The appearance of the campus is difficult to attribute to one particular style – this is primarily a combination of traditional English Gothic and modern buildings designed by leading architects of the world.

Traditions are abundant
Traditions Traditions are in abundance in almost every college and university, but in Caltech they are not centered around ancient hymns or sports charms. In many student dormitories, "houses", common…

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Texas State University
Texas State University is a public research university in San Marcos, Texas, USA. The university ranks 4th in size among state educational institutions. TXST boasts an idyllic location close to…

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California Institute of Technology
Caltech is a world-renowned and innovative educational institution in its research, the main goal of which is the continuous development of science and technology. The university has 2300 students and…

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Oregon State University
Oregon State University (OSU) was founded in 1868 by order of Abraham Lincoln. Now it is one of the leading and largest state universities in the United States. It offers…

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