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Stanford University

Breakdown of “Education Quality” at Stanford

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By Gender
MalesA-
FemalesB+
By Major
Aerospace EngineeringB
ArchaeologyA+
Art & Design DepartmentA-
BiologyA-
Chemical EngineeringA+
ChemistryB-
Civil EngineeringC
Computer EngineeringA
Computer ScienceA
EconomicsB+
Electrical EngineeringA-
Engineering DepartmentA-
EnglishB-
Fine Arts - Painting/Sculpture/Photography/etcA+
History/Histories (art history/etc.)B
LinguisticsA
MathC
Mechanical EngineeringA-
Nuclear EngineeringA+
OtherA+
PhilosophyA+
PhysicsA
Political ScienceA-
PreLaw and LegalA-
PreMed and MedicalA+
PreVet and VeterinaryC+
PsychologyA+
Public PolicyA+
Religion/ReligiousA
Social WorkA+
UndecidedB+
ZoologyA

Against similar schools

Education Quality compared with similar schools in class.

Stanford University
 A-
Average of All Schools
 B
Average of schools in class
 A-

Harvard University
 B+
Yale University
 A-
Princeton University
 B+
University of California Berkeley
 A-
Cornell University
 A-
Brown University
 A
Columbia University in the City of New York
 B
F
A+

Education Quality

... I hope and assume that there have been major improvements over the past decade(and I anticipate more to come thanks to the generous grant from th...Read full comment
... In addition, take note of people who attended Stanford, and wisely figured out that they didn't need to continue paying Stanford for a lousy educ...Read full comment
... The vast majority of students here do not choose to use the power and influence of their education to advance change, but rather act in insulated...Read full comment
... Vibrant Californian campus combined with the rigor, prestige and enjoyment of a top Ivy-League education in the laid-back californian attitude ...Read full comment
... I love Stanford - best education, best sports, best everything ...Read full comment
... I got a good solid education, though not too broad, as I focused on technical subjects ...Read full comment
... Residential education is more complete than almost any other university ...Read full comment
... The quality of the educational experience there was superb ...Read full comment
... I wanted to attend a university on the West Coast, but I also wanted a first-rate education ...Read full comment
... All I can offer is the observation that some people will not be happy no matter how much opportunity for enrichment, education, and friendship i...Read full comment
... I know that my education is preparing me for life, and though I do find myself struggling, I know I will look back on my days here with nothing b...Read full comment
... Stanford is a place of great educational opportunity ...Read full comment
... Downsides are lots of arrogant and competitive students, faculty more interested in research than teaching, a general focus on graduate and profe...Read full comment
... The campus is beautiful, the atmosphere is relaxed, and the quality of education is top notch ...Read full comment
... I took classes pretty much at will with no planned course of study; and as a result got a 'well-rounded' but shallow education ...Read full comment
... I hold my teenagers to high educational standards, but I don't want them to make the same mistakes ...Read full comment
... I wish I had the confidence then that I do now, since I think I would have gotten more out of it educationally ...Read full comment
... Positive: Residential Education The dorms are great and staff are well-trained to deal with students' emotional and psychological problems ...Read full comment
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