The 15 Colleges That Pay You Back The Most: Princeton Review’s 2015 Ranking
If you want to avoid years and years of massive student debt and start making good money soon after graduation, a new “Colleges That Pay You Back” list from the Princeton Review indicates that you might want to set your sights on a solid engineering school.
The Princeton Review created these rankings by developing a “Return-on-Education” rating based on a school’s academics, graduates’ career prospects and affordability — including financial aid and grants for students in need.
The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art in New York City topped the list, followed by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Harvey Mudd College — all well-known for their science, technology, engineering and math programs.
Cooper Union, which has three schools — focusing on art, architecture and engineering — is the seventh most selective college in the U.S., according to U.S. News & World Report, and students are highly trained in professional skills.
MIT students are also trained in technical and practical skills, and the university is known for its research opportunities and student inventions. Harvey Mudd, a small college in Claremont, California, also emphasizes STEM programs.
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