Ivy League Schools

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Princeton University

established more than 270 years ago, is the fourth-oldest college in the country. A world-renowned research university, Princeton is No. 1 in our National Universities ranking.

Harvard University

Founded in 1636, it is the oldest institution of higher education in the U.S. and one of the most selective in the Ivy League. The university is tied at No. 2 in our National Universities ranking.

Yale University

In addition to Yale College and Yale Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, the university has 12 professional schools, including the country’s top-ranked law school and highly ranked schools of medicine, management, art and nursing.

University of Pennsylvania

Founded in part by Benjamin Franklin, it offers a mixture of world-class liberal arts coursework and preprofessional education. Penn has the most international students of all the Ivy League schools

Brown University

a private research institution, embraces an open curriculum to allow students to design a personalized course of study while becoming creative thinkers and intellectual risk-takers.