Top 10 Technology Institutes and Universities

In this day and age of burgeoning tuition costs, your "educational bang for your buck" has to really count for something. Fortunately, there are some very good schools that specialize in technology, a popular and lucrative field. Let's take a look at the top 10:
The Massachusetts Institute Of Technology
The Massachusetts Institute Of Technology (MIT) provides a diverse education with a focus on technology; relatively small (not quite 5000 undergrads), and with a good staff to student ratio, students can be sure that they'll receive individualized attention.
University of California, Berkeley (UCB)
The University Of California at Berkeley is a top pick for students, with seven Nobel laureates, among other highly acclaimed staff, in its current faculty. The expertise of Berkeley faculty is well known and often quoted. It has about 1800 faculty staff and an undergraduate student body of about 22,000.
Stanford University
Stanford is a well-respected school with an undergraduate student body of about 6500 people, with a faculty of about 1800.


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The University of Cambridge
The University of Cambridge, in the United Kingdom, is one of the oldest universities in the world and one of the largest in the United Kingdom. Students from United States get an opportunity to experience the UK at its finest, if they can meet Cambridge's high standards for admission.
California Institute of Technology (Caltech)
Caltech is one of the top schools in engineering in the country, with science and technology a central focus. Although one of the top-ranked schools, it has a very small student body, with just under a thousand undergraduate students. Therefore, its top ranking belies its small size.