Selasa, 12 Agustus 2008

Universitas Terbaik Dunia: TOP 100 University in The World


Hiduplah untuk yang Maha hidup
Sederhanakan bicaramu, perkayalah wawasanmu
Sederhanakan sikapmu, perkayalah kasih sayangmu
Sederhanakan urusanmu, perkayalah impianmu
Sederhanakan strategimu, perkayalah fokusmu
~Setia Furqon Kholid~
Inilah daftar universitas-universitas terbaik di dunia. Saat ini universitas-universitas top di Amerika masih menjadi yang terunggul. Tetapi walaupun begitu secara umum sistem pendidikan di Jepang, Korea Selatan, Singapura, dan China dianggap jauh lebih baik. Indonesia memang saat ini universitas-universitas terbaiknya masih berada di urutan bawah.

Dan bagaimana cara, agar manusia-manusia Indonesia bisa dengan cepat diubah menjadi yang terbaik di dunia? Bagaimana kalau langsung belajar dari yang terbaik?
~Imperium Indonesia~

1. 1 Harvard Univ

Harvard University (incorporated as The President and Fellows of Harvard College) is a private university in Cambridge, Massachusetts, U.S., and a member of the Ivy League. Founded in 1636 by the colonial Massachusetts legislature,[2] Harvard is the oldest institution of higher learning in the United States. It is also the first and oldest corporation in North America.[4]

Initially called "New College" or "the college at New Towne", the institution was named Harvard College on March 13, 1639, after a young clergyman named John Harvard—a graduate of England's Emmanuel College, Cambridge (a college of the University of Cambridge) and St Olave's Grammar School, Orpington in the UK—who bequeathed the College his library of four hundred books and £779 (which was half of his estate). The earliest known official reference to Harvard as a "university" occurs in the new Massachusetts Constitution of 1780.

During his 40-year tenure as Harvard president (1869-1909), Charles William Eliot radically transformed Harvard into the pattern of the modern research university. Eliot's reforms included elective courses, small classes, and entrance examinations. The Harvard model influenced American education nationally, at both college and secondary levels. Eliot also was responsible for publication of the now-famous "Harvard Classics", a collection of "great books" from multiple disciplines published by P. F. Collier and Sons beginning in 1909 that offered a college education "in fifteen minutes a day of reading"; the collection soon became known as "Dr. Eliot's Five-Foot Shelf". During his unprecedentedly influential presidency, Eliot, a prolific book and magazine writer and widely traveled speaker in the pre-radio age, became so widely recognized a public figure that by his death in 1926 his name (and, not coincidentally, Harvard's) had become synonymous with the universal aspirations of American higher education.

In 1999, Radcliffe College, founded in 1879 as the "Harvard Annex for Women",[5] merged formally with Harvard University, becoming the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study.

Harvard's library collection contains more than 15 million volumes,[6] making it the largest academic library in the United States, and the fourth among the five "mega-libraries" of the world (after the Library of Congress, the British Library, and the French Bibliothèque nationale, but ahead of the New York Public Library).[7][8] Harvard has the largest financial endowment of any non-profit organization except for the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, standing at $38.7 billion as of 2008.

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2. 2 Stanford Univ

3. 3 Univ California - Berkeley

4. 4 Univ Cambridge

5. 5 Massachusetts Inst Tech (MIT)

The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) is a private, coeducational, research university located in Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States. MIT has five schools and one college, containing a total of 32 academic departments,[8] with a strong emphasis on scientific and technological research. MIT is one of two private land-grant universities and is also a sea grant and space grant university.

Founded by William Barton Rogers in 1861 in response to the increasing industrialization of the United States, the university adopted the German university model and emphasized laboratory instruction from an early date.[c] Its current 168-acre (0.7 km²) campus opened in 1916 and extends over 1 mile (1.6 km) along the northern bank of the Charles River basin.[5] MIT researchers led efforts to develop computers, radar, and inertial guidance in connection with defense research during World War II and the Cold War. In the past 60 years, MIT's educational programs and reputation have expanded beyond the physical sciences and engineering into social sciences like economics, linguistics, political science, and management.[9]

MIT enrolled 4,172 undergraduates, 6,048 postgraduate students, and employed 1,008 faculty members in 2007.[3][4] Its endowment and annual research expenditures are among the largest of any American university.[10][11] 72 Nobel Laureates, 47 National Medal of Science recipients, and 31 MacArthur Fellows are currently or have previously been affiliated with the university.[3][6]

The Engineers compete in the NCAA Division III's New England Women's and Men's Athletic Conference and sponsor 41 sports, the largest varsity program in the United States.[12] While students' irreverence is widely acknowledged due to the traditions of constructing elaborate pranks[13][14] and engaging in esoteric activities,[15][16] the aggregated revenues of companies founded by MIT affiliates would make it the twenty-fourth largest economy in the world.[17]

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· 1 History

o 1.1 Foundation and early years (1861–1915)

o 1.2 Development (1916–1965)

o 1.3 Recent history (1966–present)

· 2 Organization

o 2.1 Collaborations

· 3 Campus

o 3.1 Architecture

o 3.2 Housing

· 4 Academics and research

o 4.1 Classes

o 4.2 Rankings

o 4.3 Research activity

o 4.4 Research accomplishments

· 5 People

o 5.1 Students

o 5.2 Faculty

o 5.3 Alumni

· 6 Traditions and student activities

o 6.1 Activities

o 6.2 Athletics

· 7 Footnotes and references

o 7.1 Notes

o 7.2 Footnotes

o 7.3 References

· 8 External links

o 8.1 Publications

o 8.2 Maps


6. 6 California Inst Tech

7. 7 Columbia Univ

8. 8 Princeton Univ

9. 9 Univ Chicago

10. 10 Univ Oxford

11. 11 Yale Univ

12. 12 Cornell Univ

13. 13 Univ California - Los Angeles

14. 14 Univ California - San Diego.

15. 15 Univ Pennsylvania

16. 16 Univ Washington - Seattle

17.17 Univ Wisconsin - Madison

18. 18 Univ California - San Francisco

19. 19 Tokyo Univ

20. 20 Johns Hopkins Univ

21. 21 Univ Michigan - Ann Arbor

22. 22 Univ Coll London

23. 23 Kyoto Univ

24. 24 Swiss Fed Inst Tech - Zurich

25. 24 Univ Toronto

26. 26 Univ Illinois - Urbana Champaign

27. 27 Imperial Coll London

28. 28 Univ Minnesota - Twin Cities

29. 29 Washington Univ - St. Louis

30. 30 Northwestern Univ

31. 31 New York Univ

32. 32 Duke Univ

33. 32 Rockefeller Univ

34. 34 Univ Colorado - Boulder

35. 35 Univ British Columbia

36. 36 Univ California - Santa Barbara

37. 37 Univ Maryland - Coll Park

38. 38 Univ North Carolina - Chapel Hill

39. 39 Univ Texas - Austin

40. 40 Univ Manchester

41. 41 Univ Texas Southwestern Med Center

42. 42 Pennsylvania State Univ - Univ Park

43. 42 Univ Paris 06

44. 42 Vanderbilt Univ

45. 45 Univ Copenhagen

46. 46 Univ California - Irvine

47. 47 Univ Utrecht

48. 48 Univ California - Davis

49. 49 Univ Paris 11

50. 50 Univ Southern California

51. 51 Karolinska Inst Stockholm

52. 52 Univ Pittsburgh - Pittsburgh

53. Univ Zurich

54. 54 Rutgers State Univ - New Brunswick

55. 55 Univ Edinburgh

56. 55 Univ Munich

57. 57 Tech Univ Munich

58. 58 Univ Florida

59. 59 Australian Natl Univ

60. 60 McGill Univ

61. 61 Univ Bristol

62. 62 Carnegie Mellon Univ

63. 63 Ohio State Univ - Columbus

64. 64 Univ Oslo

65. 65 Hebrew Univ Jerusalem

66. 66Purdue Univ - West Lafayette

67. 67 Univ Heidelberg

68. 68 Osaka Univ

69. 68 Univ Helsinki

70. 70 Moscow State Univ

71.71 Brown Univ

72. 71 Uppsala Univ

73. 73 Ecole Normale Super Paris

74. 73 Univ Melbourne

75. 73 Univ Rochester

76. 76 Univ Leiden

77. 77 Univ Arizona

78. 77 Univ Sheffield

79. 79 Tohoku Univ

80. 79 Univ Utah

81. 81 King's Coll London

82. 82 Univ Nottingham

83. 83 Boston Univ

84. 83 Case Western Reserve Univ

85. 83 Michigan State Univ

86. 86 Stockholm Univ

87. 87 Univ Basel

88. 88 Texas A&M Univ - Coll Station

89. 89 McMaster Univ

90. 90 Univ Goettingen

91. 91 Univ Birmingham

92. 92 Indiana Univ - Bloomington.

93. 6 93 Aarhus Univ

94. 93 Arizona State Univ - Tempe

95. 95 Univ Virginia

96. 96 Univ Freiburg

97. 97 Lund Univ

98. 97 Rice Univ

99. 97 Univ Bonn

100. 97 Univ Sydney




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