Many of my students have thought about being a film major or minor in high school, usually following a film project at school or vlogging for a school event. If that sounds like you, here’s the latest list of Top 25 Film Schools according to Niche.com, and you can use it as the first step of your college search. Some schools are exclusively film schools, meaning they do not offer other undergraduate programs besides film-related disciplines, while some are colleges with an excellent film program.
If you’re interested in either musical performance or music theory, chances are you’ve thought about applying to a music school or becoming a music major/minor. Here’s the list of Best Colleges for Music in America according to niche.com!
Computer science, business/economics, psychology, and pre-med have been many high schoolers’ intended majors in recent years. However, the one program that remains popular throughout decades is engineering. From mechanical to nuclear, chemical to aerospace, engineering has been regarded as applied science by many who seek professional training prior to landing a job in the science and tech industry. Here’s a list of some of the best schools in the U.S. with a strong undergraduate engineering program, as well as some, though without a graduate level engineering program, remain popular because of their strong undergraduate program.
Today, more and more U.S. colleges today receive applications from high schoolers overseas. International students have become a huge part of the learning experience on campus, contributing to school diversity with their knowledge, ideas, and cultures. The following list includes national universities and liberal arts colleges with the highest percentages of international students as of 2018.