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Check out our newly-updated Top Graduate Program rankings, which list the most highly-rated graduate schools across 23 popular subjects. Created based on feedback from over 57,000 students and alumni, this year’s rankings include 245 accredited colleges.
For 2017, in addition to a specific focus on four doctoral programs, we also expanded our coverage of Top Online Graduate Programs, for those interested in more flexible degree programs.
Of course, some schools and programs are much more selective than others. These include the usual suspects, including programs within the Ivy League, which can have admission rates below 10 percent of students. Stanford and Harvard business programs, for example, admit about 7% and 11%, respectively. Medical schools like George Washington University and the Mayo Medical School admit around 2 percent of applicants. Technology programs, elite music programs and schools like Cooper Union are also very selective.
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