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What are some good colleges or universities for computer science?

Hi, I'm Arber. I am a Junior and I came from Albania. It's my first year here in US, and I a little Bir confusion about colleges and universities. My major is Computer science. Pleas can anyone suggestion some good schools?

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@radiant-nobodya month ago

Hi Arber!!. Welcome to the U.S!! For a Computer Science major some really prestigious schools are( they are also called IVY leagues, meaning they are the top schools in the country): Massachusetts Institute of Technology(MIT), Stanford University, Carnegie Mellon University, Harvard University, and Columbia University. Some other tier 2 schools are( Tier 2 schools are just as good as IVY leagues, but they are somewhat easier to get into): Georgia Tech and Pennsylvania State. I hope this helps!!

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2 months ago

Williams College, Stevens Institute of Technology, Texas A&M University, and Auburn University are all great options. It all depends on where you live and what type of education you are looking for. For example, Williams College is a liberal arts university. CollegeVine can help you find colleges. If you go to the "Schools" tab, you can enter in your desired major and other factors and find colleges. Hope that helps!

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