Friday, February 1, 2013

Ivy League Schools Basic Comparison

The Ivy League is used to refer to eight schools as a group. The eight schools are are Brown University, Columbia University, Cornell University, Dartmouth College, Harvard University, Princeton University, the University of Pennsylvania, and Yale University. The schools are all private institutions and located in Northeastern US.

We analyze and compare student to faculty ratio that is one of important factor when we choose colleges.

Institutes Characteristics
NameType & LevelLocationHighest DegreeTuition
Compus HousingPopulationCampus Setting
Brown University4 years, PrivateProvidence, Rhode Island Doctorate$ 41,328Yes 9,276Midsize(City)
Columbia University in the City of New York4 years, PrivateNew York, New York Doctorate$ 43,088Yes 27,257Large(City)
Cornell University4 years, PrivateIthaca, New York Doctorate$ 41,325Yes 21,437Small(City)
Dartmouth College4 years, PrivateHanover, New Hampshire Doctorate$ 41,736Yes 6,580Remote(Town)
Harvard University4 years, PrivateCambridge, Massachusetts Doctorate$ 36,305Yes 34,342Midsize(City)
Princeton University4 years, PrivatePrinceton, New Jersey Doctorate$ 37,000Yes 8,004Large(Suburb)
University of Pennsylvania4 years, PrivatePhiladelphia, Pennsylvania Doctorate$ 37,620Yes 28,453Large(City)
Yale University4 years, PrivateNew Haven, Connecticut Doctorate$ 40,500Yes 12,893Midsize(City)

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