Higher ranking means better teaching resources, lower teacher-student ratio, and higher investment return. Both public and private universities have top 30 ranking schools. Do you want to know their fundamental difference?
Most of the public university funding in the United States comes from grants from the US federal and state governments, so tuition is relatively low. Notable top public universities include: University of California at Berkeley, University of Virginia, University of Michigan at Ann Arbor, University of California at Los Angeles, University of Connecticut, Ohio State University and more.
The financial sources of private universities in the United States mainly rely on non-government funds such as student tuition, private donations, investment, and fundraising. Tuition is more expensive than public schools because there is no government financial support. However, the school can choose the source of its own resources. However, the government will also fund research-based private universities, such as the eight Ivy League schools, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Emory University, Hopkins University, Rockefeller University and many more.
Generally, the tuition fee of a private university is between 50,000 and 80,000 US dollars per year, and the cost of living is calculated. The total cost of a private university will be around 8-12 million US dollars a year.
|University Name||Chinese Student No.|
|University of Illinois at Urbana||6041|
|New York University||5080|
|university of southern california||4946|
|University of California–San Diego||4889|
|Michigan State University||4804|
|Ohio State University — Main Campus||4153|
|University of California–Irvine||4057|
|Columbia University in the City of New York||3992|
|Arizona State University||3762|
|University of Washington–Seattle Campus||3745|
- New York University ( 纽约大学)
New York University (NYU) is a private research university located in New York City, USA; it is also the only top-ranking university in the United States located in the heart of New York. Founded in 1831, the school has three main campuses, located in New York, Shanghai, and Abu Dhabi, and consists of 18 colleges and research institutes. Most of New York University’s campuses are concentrated in Manhattan and Lower Brooklyn, as well as overseas study sites in London, Paris, Florence, Prague, Madrid, Berlin, Accra, Tel Aviv, and Buenos Aires. Nowadays, New York University has become the largest private non-profit higher education institution
in the United States with a teacher-student ratio of 1:10.
University of Southern California (USC) is the first well established university in Los Angeles and is one of the ten private universities in the United States that receive the most research and development funding from the US federal government. The University of Southern California has more than 40,000 students, of which graduate students account for about half of the total. There are more international students, accounting for 12% of the total number of students. It is the most international school in the United States. Foreign students are mainly from mainland China, Indonesia, Hong Kong, Canada, Thailand, Pakistan, India, Taiwan, South Korea, Japan, etc. Statistics of foreign students come from 135 countries around the world.
- Columbia University (哥伦比亚大学)
Columbia University is located in New York, New York, on Broadway. Due to its unique location, Columbia University students can study politics at the UN, read finance on Wall Street, watch drama on Broadway, and listen to music at the Lincoln Center. She is one of the five oldest universities in the United States. The father of the euro, Mundell, left a glorious footprint here, and the founder of genetics, Morgan, set off the most thorough revolution in the biological world! The supreme Pulitzer Prize in the US press was born here. It has the first medical school in the United States to grant a doctoral degree. Former US President Roosevelt, former UN Secretary-General Galin studied here, Wen Yiduo, Xu Zhimo, Li Zhengdao and other famous scholars left a youthful footstep here. Science and art have been her eternal theme for 250 years!