The Ivy League
America's MOST prestigious and highly selective universities are often grouped under the term 'Ivy League'
3 things to know before you apply to an Ivy League school
The admission process for these elite schools is highly competitive; you’ll need to achieve standards that are much higher than the ones at any average public university. For instance, the admission rates in 2019 were under 20%.
You should keep in mind, though, that there are thousands of higher education institutions in the U.S., and several of them score high in university rankings while having lower tuition costs. This is why, when searching for universities, you should really seek the perfect fit that suits your personal needs.
Which American schools are Ivy League Universities?
Ivy League universities in the U.S. began as a group association of eight highly competitive athletic colleges, namely:
Harvard University (Massachusetts)
Yale University (Connecticut)
Princeton University (New Jersey)
Columbia University (New York)
Brown University (Rhode Island)
Dartmouth College (New Hampshire)
University of Pennsylvania (Pennsylvania)
Cornell University (New York)
Why Should I Care about the Ivy League Universities?
If you dream of running a major corporation, work in international organizations, or gaining a strong advantage in research and innovation, the Ivy League is probably the best option.
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