Harvard University

The Harvard University is situated in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Harvard is known to be the oldest institution in the United States and is the first corporation brought in the country.It was named after the benefactor, John Harvard. The total area of this University's main campus covers 210 acres. By 2010, it had around 2,100 faculties to teach and advise approximately 6,500 undergraduates, 14,500 graduates and professional students. Eight U.S presidents and 75 Nobel laureates have been staffs, faculties and students also in this institution. This is the University which is credited to be the alma mater of around 72 living billionaires in the country. The University has the largest academic library in the country, The Harvard University library, also one among the largest in the world. The University has eleven academic units and the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study that has campuses covering the whole Boston's metropolitan area. Education in USA with a comfortable campus to stay and study in becomes possible by joining the Harvard University. The undergraduate program of the University is ranked first in the US News and World Report and sixth by Forbes. In the last six years the number of students the University reached 21,000 including all the programs.