What are the best universities in Pennsylvania?

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      #1University of Pittsburgh

      University of Pittsburgh

      University of Pittsburgh is a public institution founded in 1787. It's home to 16 undergraduate, graduate, and professional schools; more than 400 centers, institutes, laboratories, and clinics; and four regional campuses. 

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      #2Drexel University

      Drexel University

      Drexel University is a private institution founded in 1891. It utilizes a quarter-based academic calendar. Drexel’s well-regarded programs are engineering and its medical and law school. It is the first university to operate a fully wireless campus. 

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      #3Temple University

      Temple University

      Temple University is a public institution founded in 1884. At Temple, freshmen are not required to live on campus, though most choose to do so. The university offers 17 schools and colleges, eight campuses, and over 570 degree programs. 

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      #4 University of Pennsylvania

       University of Pennsylvania

      The University of Pennsylvania is a private institution founded in 1740 by Benjamin Franklin. It utilizes a semester-based academic calendar. Some of its highly-ranked graduate programs include the Wharton School, Law School and School of Medicine.

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      #5Carnegie Mellon University

      Carnegie Mellon University

      Carnegie Mellon University is a private institution located in Pittsburgh and was founded by industrialist and philanthropist Andrew Carnegie in 1900. It utilizes a semester-based academic calendar and is known for its programs in science and technology. 

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      #6Villanova University

      Villanova University

      Villanova University is named after St. Thomas of Villanova. It is a private institution founded in 1842 and affiliated with the Augustinian Order. It has 6 colleges located just outside Philadelphia, utilizing a semester-based academic calendar.  

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      #7Lehigh University

      Lehigh University

      Lehigh University is a private institution founded in 1865. All freshmen and sophomores are required to live on campus, with sophomores living either in a residence hall or Greek housing. It has 4 colleges following a semester-based academic calendar. 

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      #8Pennsylvania State University - University Park

      Pennsylvania State University - University Park

      Pennsylvania State University—University Park is a public institution founded in 1855. The campus is known as Happy Valley for it is bustling with coffee shops, restaurants, shops, and bars. Freshmen must live in one of five housing areas on campus. 

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    Best What are the best universities in Pennsylvania
    RankSolutionsTypeVotesPrice
    1University of PittsburghOther 0 Paid
    2Drexel UniversityOther 0 Paid
    3Temple UniversityOther 0 Paid
    4 University of PennsylvaniaOther 0 Paid
    5Carnegie Mellon UniversityOther 0 Paid
    6Villanova UniversityOther 0 Paid
    7Lehigh UniversityOther 0 Paid
    8Pennsylvania State University - University ParkOther 0 Paid
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