MIT welcomed its first students in 1865. Over the years, the university has trained over 75 Nobel Prize winners and some of the world’s most influential entrepreneurs.
Discover more: web.mit.edu 2. UNIVERSITY OF STANFORD
Stanford was founded in 1891 in California and is, today, the third largest university in the United States. Currently 21 Nobel Prize winners are members of the Stanford community.
Find out more: www.stanford.edu 3. CALIFORNIA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY (CALTECH)
Caltech began as a vocational school in 1891 and, over the years, has grown to be one of the best institutions dedicated to technology education and applied sciences.
Find out more: www.caltech.edu 4. PRINCETON UNIVERSITY
Princeton is the fourth oldest university in the United States and an Ivy League research center with nearly 8,000 enrolled.
Discover more: www.princeton.edu 5. UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE
Founded in 1209, Cambridge University is the second oldest university in the Anglo-Saxon world, with 31 autonomous faculties under its name. It is also the fourth oldest university in the world that is still in force today.
Discover more: www.cam.ac.uk 6. IMPERIAL COLLEGE LONDON
Founded in 1907, Imperial College London is the only university in the United Kingdom exclusively focused on science, engineering and medical degrees.
Find out more: www.imperial.ac.uk 7. OXFORD UNIVERSITY
It is the second oldest university in the world, founded in 1096. It now has 38 faculties under its name that are self-managed and are financially independent institutions.
Discover more: www.ox.ac.uk 8. ETH ZURICH – SWISS FEDERAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY (ZURICH)
Founded in 1855, ETH Zurich is an internationally renowned university of technology and natural sciences. He is known for his great fundamental research and for implementing his results directly into practice.
Discover more: www.ethz.ch/en 9. UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, LOS ANGELES (UCLA)
This university was home to 12 Nobel laureates, 12 Rhodes scholarships, the largest number of National Athletic Association Colleges (NCAA) than any other university and more Olympic medals than most nations.
Discover more: www.ucla.edu 10. UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, BERKELEY
This university was founded in 1968 and has since made significant contributions to the science of earthquakes, malaria treatment and more. Recently, UC Berkeley chemists have made a leap toward carbon extraction technology with a material that efficiently removes coal from the surrounding air.
Find out more: www.berkeley.edu