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Stanford University (in English, Stanford University, abbreviated name: Leland Stanford Junior University) is one of the leading universities in the United States , the state of California. It is a private university.
In October 1891, Stanford University opened its doors in California, in the region known as Palo Alto, in the heart of Silicon Valley, in memory of the founder's son, Leland Stanford. Since then, the university has grown, not only in number of students and staff, but also in academic training materials and to offer their students the best education and be among the five most prestigious universities in the United States.
The main campus consists of seven buildings, four of which offer only postgraduate courses.


Colleges and Schools of the University of Stanford

School of Management
Faculty of Earth Sciences
School of Law
College of Engineering
Faculty of Humanities
School of Education
School of Medicine
Besides college careers, doctoral and masters, Stanford also offers other courses such as continuing education courses for executives in the area of business and law, summer courses for students in K-12 programs and children and teachers in the region.
To complement the academic offerings, the university has great academic resources to provide comprehensive training to their students, covering up large catalogs of libraries and other collections. Each faculty has an online diary showing all the news related to their field of study, in order to keep its students.
It was at Stanford University who did the search engine project that would become the current Google. In addition many of its alumni have created companies Apple, Sun Microsystems, Yahoo, Cisco Systems, Hewlett-Packard, among others.

Admissions at Stanford University

As with other prestigious American universities, Stanford University is characterized by being very selective in accepting students. This means that the 19 000 students who apply for enrollment each year, only 12.7% were admitted, of which only 5% are foreigners, which becomes 900 foreign students each year.
According to this line selective, only those students who demonstrate excellent academic record and excellent personal qualities are admitted to this university. It also takes into account the participation in sports, artistic or academic Extra during their previous studies.
To enroll in Stanford University takes into account the mark drawn on the SAT I or ACT, and if your first language is not English must submit a score of over 257 points in the TOEFL.

Postgraduate courses in Stanford University

The graduate course offerings of this university is quite broad and covers all fields of knowledge. For information on the various programs, including in each faculty page where you will find the requirements you must meet to be admitted to these programs or to apply for a scholarship or financial aid.

Free Online Courses at Stanford University

For several years, Stanford University has launched an initiative called "Stanford Engineering Everywhere" (SEE), whose goal is basically the diffusion of technology. This initiative is accessible to users worldwide video courses taken directly on campus, with the ability to download related material. Free Online Courses include: introduction to computer science, artificial intelligence, linear systems and optimization.

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2004-04-13 11:09:48 by dhogaza

Seems like her data doesn't support her ...

"But Martin Carnoy, a professor of education and economics at Stanford University, argued that Hoxby's findings show just that, a blip of one or two years when test scores in some MPS schools improved more sharply than those in a control group of Wisconsin schools outside Milwaukee."
A blip does not a trend make.
And of course it doesn't appear that she's made any effort to measure other affects that may've led to improvements in test scores for one or two years.
I don't see why voucher programs should stimulate schools to compete harder for the best students

2005-09-10 17:55:01 by sorry_but_no

You wanna take a look at West Coast football

Sorry, but when "The Victors" was written there was quite a bit of football being played on the West Coast, including at Stanford, USC and Cal. This doesn't even include programs in Nebraska, Oklahoma and other states west of Michigan that had football programs in the early 1900s.
It's clear that Michigan does not know where they are located, and Ann Arbor will never be mistaken for a Western U.S. football power. I sincerely hope I don't find find a geography major listed at the University of Michigan's website. That would be a tragedy until they fix their song.

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