The Top PhD and Masters Resource on the Web

Welcome to – the top PhD and masters resource on the web. Whether you’re looking for a comprehensive directory of graduate level programs in the US or simply looking to learn more about life as a graduate student, we’ve got you covered.

From our exclusive feature directory & tools to our in-depth resources, our site aims to help students prepare for their academic future as well as their post-graduate career. Let us help be your guide to a successful academic career.

Find and Rank Masters and PhD Programs

With over 19,000 programs across 2,240 universities in the US, we provide a unique set of data from National Science Foundation, the National Research Council, and the National Center for Education Statistics to present you with the most accurate and comprehensive information on the web.

Rank and search through over 19,000 programs across 2,240 universities.

Jobs for PhDs

Search through hundreds of current PhD jobs to find the right one for you. Search and filter by category, keyword, and even location.

Draw Inspiration from Peers

In order to really understand how to deliver the best information to our users, we went to the source of it all. We've Interviewed over 100 students just like you to better understand your needs and aspirations.

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University of Colorado, Boulder


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Pennsylvania State University


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Thousands of resources for you to dive into. We want to help you succeed with your educational goals.

Read the Blog

A comprehensive collection of articles for you to get well versed in the world of science and engineering.

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  • APR 21, 11
    Updated NRC data, rankings site outage

    Our graduate school rankings have been down today – our apologies! We run the site on a cluster in Amazon’s cloud, and today their services suffered a massive outage. We’re busy transferring the site over to a new data center. …

  • FEB 11, 11
    Big cuts for science?

    House Republicans have a proposal for cutting spending starting next month: Summary here To emphasize, the proposal is for cutting funds already allocated for this year as well as for the coming year. A few numbers: NIH cuts for 2011: $260M, …

  • FEB 10, 11
    Debunking Discrimination

    A blunt article in PNAS by Ceci and Williams provides considerable evidence that the underrepresentation of women in mathematically intensive fields is not due to systematic discrimination: Women’s current underrepresentation in math-intensive ?…


Introducing Education Index

In order to help students find the right program, we put together a comprehensive directory of schools and programs in the nation. Whether you're looking for an Associates program or a PhD program, we've compiled it all together in an easy-to-use, intuitive tool for you.

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