New Jersey Institute of Technology, Newark- USA


The university is organized into 27 academic departments. Three departments, Biological Sciences, History, and Theater Arts, are federated with Rutgers University–Newark whose campus borders NJITs. With a student population that is almost 20% international NJIT consistently ranks among the 10 most ethnically diverse national universities in the country. It has multiple study abroad options along with extensive co-op, internship, and service opportunities. The university awarded 2,242 degrees in 2014 including 1129 Bachelors, 1058 Masters, and 55 PhDs. According to PayScale (2014), NJIT ranks 19th among Engineering Schools and 32nd among Research Universities in the US by Salary Potential.

Research at NJIT has grown substantially in the past decade, exceeding $107 million in 2013. Areas of focus include: nanotechnology, materials science, biomedical engineering (including stem cell research), signal processing, transportation planning, and solar physics. Regarding the latter, the school operates both the Big Bear Solar Observatory (optical), and the Owens Valley Solar Array (radio). A leader in applied mathematics, its Department of Mathematical Sciences is recognized as one of the most productive in the country.[32] NJIT also focuses on economic development; two examples of which are the Enterprise Development Center (EDC), an on-campus business incubator that currently houses 90 start-ups, and the New Jersey Innovation Institute (NJII). An early leader in distance learning – it trademarked the term "Virtual Classroom" – the university offers a wide range of on-line courses and degrees.

NJIT is a member of the Association of Public and Land-grant Universities. It is also a sea-grant college, and a member of theAssociation of Collegiate Schools of Architecture. A leader in attracting
first-generation, low-income, and underrepresented students into STEM fields, the university has
participated in the Ronald E. McNair Post-Baccalaureate Achievement Program since 1999.

NJIT welcomes amazing students from all over the world, and ranked No.1 in New Jersey in awarding engineering degrees to students. NJIT also holds Extensive Summer Training Program in which students around the globe participate.BRCM College of Engineering is also one of such institutes which holds an MOU with NJIT for its students to attend summer training program through which Students from BRCM College of Engineering and Technology visit NJIT for their Intensive project studies for duration of 45 days every year. Such kind of Internship programs widespread a new range and variety of technical studies and exchanging of thoughts with in students provide them a platform to achieve heights of perfection in their projects .

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