More and more money is being spent on higher education. Too little is known about whether it is worth it.
These universities are extremely successful in raising funds and managing their wealth.
- Harvard University, $32,334,293,000
- Yale University, $20,780,000,000
- University of Texas System, $20,448,313,000
- Stanford University, $18,688,868,000
- Princeton University, $18,200,433,000
- Massachusetts Institute of Technology, $11,005,932,000
- Texas A&M University System and Foundations, $8,732,010,000
- University of Michigan, $8,382,311,000
- Columbia University, $8,197,880,000
- Northwestern University, $7,883,323,000
- University of Pennsylvania, $7,741,396,000
- University of Notre Dame, $6,856,301,000
- University of Chicago, $6,668,974,000
- University of California, $6,377,379,000
- Duke University, $6,040,973,000
- Emory University, $5,816,046,000
- Washington University in St. Louis, $5,651,860,000
- Cornell University, $5,272,228,000
- University of Virginia, $5,166,660,000
- Rice University, $4,836,728,000
- University of Southern California, $3,868,355,000
- Dartmouth College, $3,733,596,000
For its fifth annual survey of the World’s Best Business Schools, Business Insider asked thousands of professionals from around the world who have experience hiring MBAs to determine the best business school.
Ranging from regulation for new models of learning to new tools that are being used in the classroom, the topics listed below reflect what to watch this fall in Edtech:
- Reauthorization of the Higher Education Act
- Action from California’s Bureau of Private Post-Secondary Education task force
- Los Angeles’s iPad rebid
- Common Core & data tracking
- Rhode Island as the first state to switch to fully blended learning
- Edtech tools that are sticking
In the past decade China has not only become a magnet for overseas university students, it has also seen the launch of a growing number of management and finance programmers in the english language.
This year it comes down to small, student-centric, liberal arts colleges vs. large, brainy, research-oriented universities closely associated with science, technology, engineering and math. The Forbes 7th annual Top Colleges ranking reveals higher education in flux, ongoing debate between the value of liberal arts vs. Stem degrees and a winning formula of high student satisfaction and graduation rates, alumni career success and low student debt.