This page introduces the best Algebra / Number Theory / Algebraic Geometry colleges. Harvard University ranks first in Algebra / Number Theory / Algebraic Geometry program ranking and Princeton University is placed in second.

### Academic Comparison Between Best Algebra / Number Theory / Algebraic Geometry Colleges

3 public and 7 private schools rank in the top 10 Algebra / Number Theory / Algebraic Geometry colleges. The schools' average acceptance rate is 6.90% where Harvard University has the tightest (lowest) acceptance rate of 3.00% and University of Michigan-Ann Arbor has the highest rate of 18.00%. Total 278,042 students are enrolled in the best Algebra / Number Theory / Algebraic Geometry schools where University of Michigan-Ann Arbor has the largest population with 50,278 students and Princeton University is the smallest school with 8,478 students.

The average graduation rate is 95.60% and the average students to faculty ratio is 8.70:1 at those colleges.

The following table shows and compares the academic information and key facts of the best Algebra / Number Theory / Algebraic Geometry colleges. The acceptance rate, SAT score, population, and the students to faculty ratio are for the academic year 2022-2023. The graduation rate is based on the academic year 2021-2022.

Rank | Name | Acceptance Rate | SAT Score | Graduation Rate | Population | Student-Faculty Ratio |
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1 | Harvard University Cambridge, MA | 3.00% | 1,550 | 97% | 31,345 | 7 to 1 |

2 | Princeton University Princeton, NJ | 6.00% | 1,540 | 98% | 8,478 | 5 to 1 |

3 | University of California-Berkeley Berkeley, CA | 11.00% | - | 93% | 45,036 | 20 to 1 |

4 | University of Chicago Chicago, IL | 5.00% | 1,540 | 96% | 18,832 | 5 to 1 |

5 | Massachusetts Institute of Technology Cambridge, MA | 4.00% | 1,560 | 96% | 11,934 | 3 to 1 |

5 | University of California-Los Angeles Los Angeles, CA | 9.00% | - | 92% | 46,116 | 18 to 1 |

7 | Stanford University Stanford, CA | 4.00% | 1,550 | 96% | 17,680 | 5 to 1 |

8 | University of Michigan-Ann Arbor Ann Arbor, MI | 18.00% | 1,470 | 94% | 50,278 | 12 to 1 |

9 | Columbia University in the City of New York New York, NY | 4.00% | 1,530 | 97% | 33,776 | 6 to 1 |

10 | Yale University New Haven, CT | 5.00% | 1,540 | 97% | 14,567 | 6 to 1 |

Average | 6.90% | 1,535 | 95.60% | 278,042 (Total) | 8.70 to 1 |

### Best Algebra / Number Theory / Algebraic Geometry Colleges 2023 Tuition Comparison and 2024 Estimated Costs

The following table lists and compares 2022-2023 tuition & fees between the best algebra / number theory / algebraic geometry colleges. The 2022-2023 costs are officially published by NCES, National Center for Education Statistics.

The estimated costs for the academic year 2023-2024 are estimated based on each school's rate of tuition change from 2022 to 2023.

For the undergraduate programs, the average tuition & fees of the best algebra / number theory / algebraic geometry colleges is $56,700 where Columbia University in the City of New York has the most expensive costs at $66,139 and University of California-Los Angeles has the lowest amount of tuition at $43,473.

The average graduate tuition & fees of the best algebra / number theory / algebraic geometry colleges is $51,093 where University of Chicago has the highest tuition with $66,492 and University of California-Los Angeles has the lowest amount of graduate school tuition with $28,424.

Rank | School Name | 2023 Tuition & Fees | 2024 Estimated Tuition & Fees | ||
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In-State | Out-of-State | In-State | Out-of-State | ||

1 | Harvard University | $57,261 | $58,985 | ||

2 | Princeton University | $57,410 | $58,845 | ||

3 | University of California-Berkeley | $14,395 | $44,467 | $14,566 | $44,959 |

4 | University of Chicago | $64,260 | $67,735 | ||

5 | Massachusetts Institute of Technology | $57,986 | $60,174 | ||

5 | University of California-Los Angeles | $13,401 | $43,473 | $13,546 | $43,939 |

7 | Stanford University | $58,416 | $60,753 | ||

8 | University of Michigan-Ann Arbor | $16,736 | $55,334 | $16,291 | $55,572 |

9 | Columbia University in the City of New York | $66,139 | $70,028 | ||

10 | Yale University | $62,250 | $64,638 | ||

Average | $14,844 | $56,700 | $14,801 | $58,563 |

Rank | School Name | 2023 Tuition & Fees | 2024 Estimated Tuition & Fees | ||
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In-State | Out-of-State | In-State | Out-of-State | ||

1 | Harvard University | $53,760 | $55,398 | ||

2 | Princeton University | $60,410 | $62,075 | ||

3 | University of California-Berkeley | $14,476 | $29,578 | $14,476 | $14,799 |

4 | University of Chicago | $66,492 | $69,150 | ||

5 | Massachusetts Institute of Technology | $61,075 | $63,258 | ||

5 | University of California-Los Angeles | $13,322 | $28,424 | $13,322 | $13,614 |

7 | Stanford University | $57,210 | $59,497 | ||

8 | University of Michigan-Ann Arbor | $26,226 | $52,456 | $26,226 | $27,261 |

9 | Columbia University in the City of New York | $54,627 | $56,385 | ||

10 | Yale University | $46,900 | $48,132 | ||

Average | $18,008 | $51,093 | $18,558 | $52,703 |

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