New York University replaced the University of Southern California for the first time in 2014, becoming the university with the most foreign students, ending Southern California’s 12 consecutive years of ranking first in the United States.
Among many prestigious universities, New York University is the most popular among international students. New York University, referred to as NYU, is a private research university located in New York City, USA; it is also the only world-leading university in the United States located in the heart of New York. The school was established in 1831, and today it has become the largest private non-profit higher education institution in the United States, ranking first in various university rankings.
New York University places more emphasis on humanities, arts and social sciences. For example, celebrities such as Ma Ying-jeou and Li Ang are also graduate alumni of New York University.
The second place is Southern California. The report pointed out that even though USC is still the first four universities in the United States to exceed 10,000 international students, its history of ranking first in the United States for 12 consecutive years of international student numbers finally ended in the 2013-2014 academic year. According to the report, the number of international students in Southern California continues to increase. It currently has 13,340 international students, but New York University has more international students, reaching 15,543.
USC is a school where movie stars and sports stars are born. Because it is very close to Hollywood, it has the world’s top film art academy. In addition, USC alumni have won more than 280 Olympic Games medals in more than 100 years, ranking first among universities in the world.
Southern California has a history of more than 100 years, and its curriculum level is highly recognized. Among them, the business school, film, communication, architecture, medicine, and science and engineering departments are quite well-known in American universities. Never absent from the rankings. Especially with the development of Hollywood’s film industry, the Film Academy has created many talents in the film industry. The most famous alumni are the director of the film “Star Wars” series George Lucas and the sound master class Bout,
The director of “The Da Vinci Code” Ron Howard, the director of “Forrest Gump” Robert Zemigis, John Milos, the director of the chocolate factory David. L. Volpe, these alumni use funds to sponsor the development of the school after they are successful, and they are one of the school’s abundant financial resources.
The fastest growing university in the number of international students is the University of California, San Diego, which increased from 5,898 in 2015 to 7,556 in 2016, a growth rate of 28.1%.
The University of California, San Diego is a well-known public university in the United States. It was established in 1959 and belongs to the University of California system. It is a Tier 1 university in the United States. It is located in La Jolla, San Diego, Southern California. (La Jolla) community. In 1995, the National Research Council of the United States ranked the University of California, San Diego as the tenth best university. Some of the master’s programs at the University of California, San Diego were listed as one of the highest quality teaching majors in the United States, such as neuroscience, oceanography, and biology. Engineering, physiology, pharmacy, drama and dance, genetics, geosciences, cell and development biology, anthropology, biochemistry and molecular biology, political science. The Scripps Institute of Oceanography and the San Diego Supercomputing Center at the University of California, San Diego are also very famous.
The San Diego campus has a strong faculty, and its science faculty ranks first among public universities in the United States. In the latest university rankings organized by U.S. Newsweek, UCSD was selected as one of the top ten most popular science colleges in the United States, ranking sixth. These ten colleges are Harvard, UC Berkeley, Stanford, MIT, Yale , UCSD, CalTech, Princeton, Cornell, Chicago Unversity. Ranked seventh in the national public university rankings, and 35th in the national undergraduate comprehensive rankings. In addition, UCSD ranks tenth in the graduate school rankings of American universities organized by the American Research Association (the top nine are: UC Berkeley, MIT, Harvard, Princeton, Stanford, CalTech, Yale, Chicago, Cornell, UCSD). Among them, marine geography and neuroscience ranked first. Some graduate majors are listed as one of the highest quality in the United States, such as neuroscience (first place), oceanography (first place), bioengineering (second place), physiology (second place), pharmacy (third place) First place), drama and dance (third place), genetics (sixth place), geosciences (sixth place), cell and developmental biology (seventh place), anthropology (ninth place), biochemistry and Molecular biology (second place), political science (second place), electrical engineering (16th place), aeronautical engineering (19th place) and mechanical engineering (16th place). The Scripps Institute of Oceanography and the San Diego Supercomputing Center at the University of California, San Diego are also very famous. The biology research of the University of California, San Diego, coupled with the help of powerful local bioengineering companies, is especially famous.
The University of California, San Diego is an important research center with research costs of more than $600 million. The National Science Foundation lists the University of California at San Diego as the highest research expenditure in the University of California system, and its research expenditure ranks sixth in the United States. Departments and graduates of the University of California, San Diego have established about 200 companies there. More than 40% of employees in the local bioengineering industry work in companies created by the University of California, San Diego.
Twenty members of the University of California, San Diego won the Nobel Prize, and nine of them are still working there. In terms of the number of members of the American Academy of Sciences, the University of California, San Diego ranked sixth.