The 2019 US News American university rankings are coming! This ranking is very useful for students who are preparing to apply for admission in the fall of 2020. US News American University Rankings （Also knowns as美国大学排名）is the most authoritative and influential ranking in the United States. This article will introduce two of top 50 schools. If you are not qualified for elite schools, but still want to get into Top 100 schools in U.S., do not miss the opportunity to apply one of the following schools. Good Luck!
Tulane University (杜兰大学)
Founded in 1834, the Tulane University, located in the southern United States Louisiana (Louisiana) international famous commercial port and southern cultural city New Orleans (New Orleans), is a century-long history, The prestigious private comprehensive University of the United States is a member of the North American University Alliance (AAU: 62 Research Universities in North America, including 60 in the United States and 2 in Canada). In the American academic Circle enjoys “the southern Harvard” the reputation, and Emory University and so on.There are 12,000 students in this school, including more than 6,000 undergraduates. More than 1000 teaching and research staff, including the Nobel Prize winner and a number of international-level disciplines leading scholars. Since the founding of Duran University, two of the alumni and teachers have won the Nobel Prize, five have won the Pulitzer Prize, among them are the co-founder of Yahoo Company, the former chief executive of CNN, Shell Oil group former chief executive, Costa Rica president and other global elites. Duran University is strict with students, is a rigorous, long history of the famous private university, its business schools, law schools, medical schools are among the best in their fields, famous.
New York University ( 纽约大学)
New York University (NYU大学) is a private research university located in New York City, USA; it is also the only top-ranking university in the United States located in the heart of New York. Founded in 1831, the school has three main campuses, located in New York, Shanghai, and Abu Dhabi, and consists of 18 colleges and research institutes. Most of New York University’s campuses are concentrated in Manhattan and Lower Brooklyn, as well as overseas study sites in London, Paris, Florence, Prague, Madrid, Berlin, Accra, Tel Aviv, and Buenos Aires. Nowadays, New York University has become the largest private non-profit higher education institution in the United States with a teacher-student ratio of 1:10.