Harvard University is located in Cambridge. More than 100 centers at Harvard conduct studies on a variety of subjects.

1. Harvard University, U.S.

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Cambridge is home to the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, which was started in 1861. About 11,000 students at the university, and about 60% of them are graduate students.

2. Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), U.S.

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Stanford University has been around since 1885. It is in the Bay Area of California, about 30 miles south of San Francisco. The graduate level is where more than half of the students.

3. Stanford University, U.S.

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The institution has 14 colleges and schools, including the top-ranked Haas School of Business, College of Chemistry, College of Engineering, School of Public Health.

4. University of California Berkeley, U.S.

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Oxford's humanities, mathematical, physical, biological, medical, and social sciences conduct research.

5. University of Oxford, U.K.

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The university contains 16 colleges and schools that teach arts and sciences, engineering, and social work. The School of Medicine, School of Nursing, and College of Education are top-ranked graduate schools.

6. University of Washington Seattle, U.S.

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More than 90% of first-year college students live on campus, and some graduate students can also find housing on campus.

7.  Columbia University, U.S.

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There are six different schools: arts and humanities, biological sciences, clinical medicine, humanities and social sciences, physical sciences, and technology.

8. University of Cambridge, U.K.

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Biological engineering, chemistry, chemical engineering, engineering, applied science, geology, planetary sciences, the humanities, social sciences, and physics, mathematics.

9.  California Institute of Technology, U.S.

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Nine academic departments offer degrees in arts and sciences, engineering, business, education, medicine, nursing, music, public health, and international studies.

10. Johns Hopkins University, U.S.

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