Презентация "American Universities"


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  • American Universities

Harvard University

  • Harvard University
  • Yale University
  • University of Chicago
  • Princeton University
  • University of Pennsylvania
  • Some other American universities
  • The Plan

The university was founded in 1636. It is situated near Boston in Massachusetts. In 1630 the university was called after John Harvard, a former British minister, who emigrated to America and gifted the university half of his property.

  • The university was founded in 1636. It is situated near Boston in Massachusetts. In 1630 the university was called after John Harvard, a former British minister, who emigrated to America and gifted the university half of his property.
  • Harvard University

  • At first the university was called a college, as it gave only religious education. Besides, Harvard college trained Indian leaders for missionary needs.
  • The college became a university at the beginning of the 19th century, when medical and judicial faculties joined the college.
  • The History of Harvard

9 faculties and departments;

  • 9 faculties and departments;
  • Only students, already having higher education are taken into Harvard. The exams are highly competitive. In 2005 only 9% of applicants could enter the university;
  • 1300 graduates, 6600 undergraduates, 2300 professors;
  • More than 20 students’ sport teams;
  • A system of libraries including 90 libraries and 14500 volumes of books;
  • 6 museums;
  • Harvard astronomic observatory.
  • Harvard Today

  • The Structure of Harvard
  • 9
  • Facul-
  • ties
  • And
  • Schools
  • A faculty
  • of
  • Humanities
  • And
  • Natural
  • science
  • A faculty
  • of
  • Medicine
  • A school
  • of
  • Theology
  • A school
  • of
  • Law
  • A school
  • of
  • Business
  • A Higher
  • School
  • of
  • Design
  • A higher
  • Pedago
  • gical
  • School
  • A school
  • of
  • Public
  • health
  • A school
  • of
  • State
  • Adminis
  • tration

Yale University was founded on the 9th of October, 1701, in New Heaven, Connecticut as a “Royal College of Connecticut Colony”. In 1718 the college was named after an English merchant Yale, who gifted the college 560 pounds and 417 books.

  • Yale University was founded on the 9th of October, 1701, in New Heaven, Connecticut as a “Royal College of Connecticut Colony”. In 1718 the college was named after an English merchant Yale, who gifted the college 560 pounds and 417 books.
  • Yale University

At first mainly theology, ancient Greek and Latin were studied in the college.

  • At first mainly theology, ancient Greek and Latin were studied in the college.
  • In the 19th century some professional schools were founded:
  • 1810 – a school of medicine;
  • 1822 – theological school;
  • 1843 – a school of law;
  • 1847 – the higher school of arts and science;
  • 1887 – the college got a university status.
  • From the History of the University

William Taft, the 27th president of the USA;

  • William Taft, the 27th president of the USA;
  • Gerald Rudolf Ford, the 38th President of the USA;
  • George Herbert Walker Bush senior, the 41st President of the USA;
  • William Jefferson Clinton, the 42d President of the USA;
  • George Walker Bush junior, the 43d President of the USA.
  • 5 former American Presidents
  • graduated from Yale

5200 students;

  • 5200 students;
  • 6000 graduates;
  • 3200 lectures and tutors;
  • A university library system – more than 11 million of books;
  • Yale college;
  • Higher school of Arts and Science;
  • 10 professional schools (faculties).
  • Yale Today

University of Chicago is one of the largest higher educational institutions in the USA. It was founded in 1857. It is one of the first American universities, which gave women the right to education. The names of 79 Nobel laureates are connected with the university.

  • University of Chicago is one of the largest higher educational institutions in the USA. It was founded in 1857. It is one of the first American universities, which gave women the right to education. The names of 79 Nobel laureates are connected with the university.
  • University of Chicago

  • University
  • Of
  • Chicago
  • 4
  • academic
  • departments
  • 6
  • Professional
  • schools
  • University
  • library
  • University
  • Publishing
  • house
  • Scientific
  • Research
  • laboratory
  • Observatory
  • The institute
  • Of
  • Oriental
  • study

  • Academic departments
  • Biology
  • Social science
  • Physics
  • Humanities
  • Professional schools
  • A school of
  • religious study
  • A school of law
  • Higher business school
  • A school of medicine
  • A school of
  • social order
  • A school of management
  • in social sphere

It is a private university, one of the most prestigious in the country, situated in Princeton, New Jersey. The university is a large academic and scientific research center in technology, physics, mathematics and space investigation.

  • It is a private university, one of the most prestigious in the country, situated in Princeton, New Jersey. The university is a large academic and scientific research center in technology, physics, mathematics and space investigation.
  • Princeton University

The university was founded in 1746 as a College of New Jersey and was the fourth college in North-American colonies.

  • The university was founded in 1746 as a College of New Jersey and was the fourth college in North-American colonies.
  • In 1877 Master’s degree courses were opened in the College. In 1896 the College got a university status. Two former American president – James Medison and Thomas Winson studied here.
  • From the History of the University

Albert Einstein lived and worked in Princeton University for 20 years (1933 – 1955). He was a professor of physics in a New Institute of fundamental research in the university.

  • Albert Einstein lived and worked in Princeton University for 20 years (1933 – 1955). He was a professor of physics in a New Institute of fundamental research in the university.
  • Albert Einstein in Princeton University

4600 undergraduates;

  • 4600 undergraduates;
  • 2000 graduates;
  • 1100 lecturers and tutors;
  • A library with 2 million of books;
  • Princeton College (gives Bachelor’s Degree);
  • Professional schools (Master’s Courses) in technology, applied science, architecture, public and international relations and others;
  • Different scientific research centers.
  • Princeton University Today.

It was founded in 1740 as a charity school;

  • It was founded in 1740 as a charity school;
  • 1755 it became a college;
  • In 1765 the first in North America school of medicine was opened;
  • In 1779 the college got a university status;
  • In 1881 the first school of business was opened here;
  • In 1946 the first totally electronic computer (ENIAC) was invented in the university
  • University of Pennsylvania

19000 of students;

  • 19000 of students;
  • 4500 of lecturers and tutors;
  • A library with more than 4 million of books;
  • A Museum of archeology and anthropology;
  • An Institute of management and international relations;
  • An Institute of cognitive research.
  • The University Today
  • The faculties (higher schools)
  • Veterinary medicine
  • Business
  • Medicine
  • Arts and science
  • Law
  • Communication
  • Applied science
  • and engineering
  • Education
  • Public science and work

A State University of California. Founded in 1868.

  • A State University of California. Founded in 1868.
  • 10 campus, 159000 undergraduates, 13000 graduates, 13000 lecturers and tutors.
  • University of Columbia. Founded in 1754.
  • About 30000 undergraduates with graduates (2000).
  • Some Other American Universities

  • Check Yourself !

Whose memorial is this? What is this person famous for?

  • Whose memorial is this? What is this person famous for?
  • Who lived in this house? Where is it situated?
  • Were You Attentive?

A first totally electronic computer was invented there.

  • A first totally electronic computer was invented there.
  • This university was founded in 1636 to train Indian leaders.
  • Two former American president – James Medison and Thomas Winson studied here.
  • Only people with higher education can enter this university.
  • This college was named after an English merchant … who gifted the college 560 pounds and 417 books.
  • The names of 79 Nobel laureates are connected with this university.
  • This university has the largest number of undergraduates and graduates ( about 30000).
  • University of Chicago
  • University of Columbia
  • University of Pennsylvania
  • Harvard University
  • Yale
  • Princeton University
  • Match the Facts