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Posted By : Doris Hall
9/10/2019 1:49 PM

When you decided to go into the field of engineering it may have never occurred to you that there are so many different fields to choose from. It is important to go to a great school that has the brand name to get you into interviews. It may even get you a job depending on how well the essay writer likes graduates from a certain school. The following is a list of those certain schools that will help you find a great job after your graduate.

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

The number one school of engineering in the country is Massachusetts Institute of Technology or MIT according to US News and World Report in 2013. Some of the factors that make it the best is faculty to student ratio is over 1 to 5. Meaning very small classes with individual attention. Another factor is the acceptance rate of around 9 percent. To put it in perspective, they had over 18,000 applicants and only 1,600 were accepted into the program. The choice is based on noble prizes and Field Medals. MIT has 78 Noble Laureates, 53 National Medal of Science, 41 MacArthur Fellows and 27 National Medals of Technology and Innovation.

Stanford University

Stanford University is located in the northern part of California south of San Francisco. The school is comprised of 19 Noble Laureates, 24 MacArthur Fellows, 18 National Medals of Science, and 2 National Medals of Technology. The faculty to student ratio is 8 to 1. The campus is near Silicon Valley and has a host of labs and research centers for students to access. 20 percent of the school is comprised of women. They also offer a few programs that cross over to other school programs on campus.

University of California at Berkeley

A third school on the list is the University of California at Berkeley. It is located in Berkeley, California just northeast of San Francisco. It has a faculty to student ratio of nearly 1 to 6. More than 25 percent individuals accepted are women. The tuition is by far the cheapest in the top five. One year for a California resident is only a little over $11,000. Out of state students pay over $26,000. It is located near the Silicon Valley and offers many opportunities for its students.

California Institute of Technology

The California Institute of Technology or Caltech is located about 10 minutes east of Los Angeles. It has a staff to student ratio of 1 to 6. About 24 percent of those admitted are women. It does have some joint programs with UCLA for those looking to become research medical scientist. The acceptance rate is just over 11 percent. It is a smaller college with only six engineering programs offered.

Carnegie Mellon Institute of Technology

The Carnegie Mellon Institute of Technology or CIT is located in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. It is the second smallest school ranked in the top five. It has a 20 percent admission rate with a little more than 26 percent of those being women. The staff to student ratio is about 5 to 1. The school offers programs in other areas of the country such as Silicon Valley.

You cannot go wrong in picking one of these schools to attend or having one of these schools pick you. The private colleges cost about the same around the $40,000 range. The staff to student ratios are excellent in all of these programs; everyone is at least 8 to 1 or less. If you do get a choice, choose the one that fits best for you.

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