A multitalented artist, Maudy Ayunda, will continue her education to graduate school. Just like an undergraduate, this Oxford University graduate also wants to study abroad. The two world-renowned campuses of Harvard University and Stanford University offered to earn an MBA. A sense of dilemma arose until finally the woman born on December 19, 1994, poured it out into the public through her Instagram account.
Both campuses have scented their names across the country. Not a few students and graduates become influential people in the world.
At Harvard for example, a number of figures who have tasted education on this campus include Bill Gates, Barrack Obama, Mark Zuckerberg, George Walker Bush, and others. Then at Stanford, there were Elon Musk, Phil Knight, Marissa Mayer, Sergey Brin, and Lawrence Page.
If you are the same as Maudy Ayunda, this 2019 Times Higher Education ranking of the best campuses can be a consideration.
1. University of Oxford
Who doesn't know this cool university? Those in the world of education must be familiar with Oxford University. Stephen Hawking, David Cameron, to the beautiful actress Emma Watson are people who successfully graduated from the oldest university located in the city of Oxford, England.
PPE (Politic, Philosophy, Economy) is one of the favorite majors as well as a very strict selection process.
2. University of Cambridge
Like Oxford, Cambridge University is also the second oldest and most selective university to choose students. So selectively, the two universities are combined to be called 'Oxbridge'.
Based on THE notes, out of 18,000 students, nearly 4,000 of them are international students and come from more than 120 countries. Located in the center of Cambridge City, the campus has six education divisions which accommodate around 150 faculties. The six divisions namely Arts and Humanities; Humanities and Social Sciences; Biology Clinical Medicine; Physics; and technology.
Engineering and Technology; Life sciences and Medicine; until Natural sciences is a favorite major at this university.
3. Stanford University
The campus was founded by a couple, Jane and Leland Stanford. The campus was built as a tribute to their only child Leland Stanford Junior who died of typhoid.
Stanford is one of the largest campuses in the United States to be precise California with 18 interdisciplinary research institutes and seven schools on one campus namely the Graduate School of Business; School of Earth Sciences, Energy & Environment; Postgraduate School of Education; Technical school; School of Humanities and Sciences; Law school; and the Faculty of Medicine.
Dropouts from this university include Larry Page, Marissa Mayer, Brian Acton, to the first US woman to fly into space Sally Ride.
4. Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Founded in 1861, the Campus, which is often abbreviated as MIT, is an independent private research university, coeducation, based in the city of Cambridge, Massachusetts. Won 89 Nobel awards, 58 National Science Medals, 29 Technology, and Innovation Medals, and 45 MacArthur Fellows making this the second-best campus in the US.
This campus is perfect for those who are passionate about technology and entrepreneurship. Therefore, the focus of education here includes innovation and entrepreneurship. Such a mission is 'strive to develop in every member of the MIT community the ability and desire to work wisely, creatively, and effectively for the betterment of humanity'.
5. California Institute of Technology
The university, often abbreviated as Caltech, has six academic divisions with a strong emphasis on teaching and research in science and technology. The sixth is Biology and Biological Engineering (BBE), Chemistry and Chemical Engineering (CCE), Engineering and Applied Science, Geological and Planetary Sciences (GPS), Physics, Mathematics and Astronomy (PMA) and Humanities and Sciences (HSS).
6. Harvard University
Initially, the campus was named New College. The name was changed to Harvard as a mark of respect for the biggest contributor on the campus, John Harvard.
In addition to the name for the university, the man who is a graduate of Cambridge University was also made a special statue that is now an icon of the campus.
Harvard University is located in Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States has 9 legendary faculties that have stood since the 19th century until now. These faculties are the Harvard Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Harvard Medical School, Harvard Divinity School, Harvard Law School, Harvard Business School, Harvard Graduate School of Design, Harvard Graduate School of Education, Harvard School of Public Health and Kennedy School of Government.
The favorite majors include business and management, law to international political science.
For true nerds, you who have the opportunity to study here will be spoiled with a library that consists of 10 floors and has been named the second largest library in the US. In this library, you will also find book covers from human skin and sheep you know.
In addition, there is also a super magnificent canteen that makes the eyes amazed!
7. Princeton University
Still, in the United States, this is the campus where Jeff Bezos is the richest person in the world. Bezos graduated with a degree in computer science and electrical engineering.
The campus, located in Princeton, New Jersey, has well-known fields of architecture, engineering, and international affairs.
Princeton is also one of the world's leading research universities with connections to more than 40 Nobel winners, 17 National Medal of Science winners, and five National Humanities Medal recipients. Physicists Richard Feynman and Robert Hofstadter and chemists Richard Smalley and Edwin McMillan are prominent alumni who won the Nobel Prize.
Unmitigated, the university has produced influential graduates in the world such as two US presidents, James Madison, and Woodrow Wilson, Michelle Obama, actors Jimmy Stewart and Brooke Shields, and astronaut Apollo Pete Conrad. Very cool right?
8. Yale University
Yale University is a private Ivy League research university which is the third-oldest institution of higher education in the US. Yale was also the first university in the US to grant a Ph.D., in 1861. The university consists of 14 schools, and students follow a liberal arts curriculum, which includes humanities and arts, science and social sciences before choosing a department major.
On this campus, there are unique courses namely Psychology and The Good Life. This course, also known as the Happiness Class, is a favorite class at Yale, which brings 1,200 students.
9. Imperial College London
The Queen Brian May campus guitarist has around 15,000 students with a focus on four main areas: science, engineering, medicine, and business.
On this campus there is the most famous landmark the Queen's Tower, which is the remnant of the Imperial Institute, was built to mark the Golden Jubilee of Queen Victoria in 1887.
The main campus is in South Kensington. The university, founded by Prince Albert, is the main biomedical research center and the first academic health science center in the United Kingdom.
10. University of Chicago
This campus is a place for critical thinkers. This is consistent with the educational focus applied by the university, which is developing critical, analytical and writing skills in the interdisciplinary core curriculum.
Launching its official website, the university has made breakthroughs such as finding links between cancer and genetics, building revolutionary economic theories, and developing tools to produce reliable and reliable urban schools.
Graduates from this campus need not worry. Because the university offers 1,300 paid apprenticeship vacancies through career development services.
Indeed, of the 10 campuses mentioned, the United States dominates as many as seven campuses. The rest are in the UK such as Oxford, Cambridge and Imperial College London.
The campus in the Asian region itself is in position 22 namely Tsinghua University in China then followed by the National University of Singapore in position 33.