New Ivies: 25 institutions are favored by more and more students because of their high quality education and continuous international academic achievement. These schools are called "New Ivy" institutions: California University of Los Angeles, University of North Carolina, Emory University, University of Notre Dame, University of Washington St. Louis, Boston College, Tufts University, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Carnegie Mellon University, Vanderbilt University, University of Virginia , University of Michigan, Kenyang College, University of Rochester, University of Rice, New York University, Davidson College, Colgate University, Colby College, Reid University, Bowden College, Franklin Olin School of Engineering, Sri Lanka Kidmore College, Macaulest College, Clermont McKenna College Union.
Little Ivies (Little Ivies): the United States northeast of the top of a prestigious Arts College, including the Williams College, Amherst College, Wesleyan University, Swarthmore College, Mingde College, Bowden College, Cole Than the College, Bates College, Hamilton College, Haverford College
The Ivy League refers to a sporting event alliance (see NCAA entry) consisting of eight universities in the northeastern United States. They are all the United States first-class elite, but also the United States to produce the largest Rhodes scholarship college league. In addition, the establishment of a long time, seven of the seven schools in the British colonial period established. The eight institutions include Harvard University, University of Pennsylvania, Yale University, Princeton University, Columbia University, Dartmouth College, Brown University and Cornell University.