MIT is the Highest-Ranked School for Computer Science

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MIT is the Highest-Ranked School for Computer Science

The Massachusetts Institute of Technology ranked highest on the list for its computer science program, with a strong focus on engineering.Photo credit: Finlay McWalter

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Stanford No. 2 Among Computer Science Schools

Located close to Silicon Valley in California, Stanford offers free iOS app development courses, as well.Photo credit: Justin Lebar

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Information Systems Focus Boosts Carnegie Mellon

Located in Pittsburgh, Pa., Carnegie Mellon University boasts a strong focus on information systems and security—good enough for a third-place ranking.

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UC Berkley Excels at Computer Graphics, Artificial Intelligence

Intel co-founder Andrew Grove is an alum, and the University of California, Berkeley's curriculum includes computer graphics, artificial intelligence and complexity theory.Photo credit: lensovet

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Park the Hard Drive at Harvard Yard

Harvard finds the balance between university studies and real-world practical applications—Electronic Arts founder Trip Hawkins studied here.Photo credit: chensiyuan

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Oxford Helped Invent the Web

The University of Oxford's two most notable former students are theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking and World Wide Web inventor Tim Berners-Lee.

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Cambridge Ties for 6th With Rival Oxford

Creativity and problem solving go hand-in-hand with computing and design schools. Cambridge tied with rival Oxford for sixth place in the rankings.Photo credit: Giles Fleming

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Einstein's School Ranks 8th Among Tech Universities

Albert Einstein may be the school's most famous alum, but the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH Zurich) is also known for its wealth of other Nobel Prize winners.Photo credit: Roland zh

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Singapore's Oldest University Ranks 9th

Graduates of the National University of Singapore have gone on to careers at Google, Microsoft and LucasFilm.

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Princeton Rounds Out Top 10 Best Tech Schools

Hewlett-Packard CEO Meg Whitman, Amazon founder Jeff Bezos and Google Chairman Eric Schmidt all took undergrad classes at Princeton.Photo credit: Jterrace

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