Choosing suitable master's program and university

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Hello guys. In my country our government gave us, students, opportunity to study in worlds top 27 technology universities for free. So I decided to take master program in one of those universities.

In summer 2014 I will finish my Electrical Power Engineering bachelor program and I want to take master program in Power Engineering. So here I want your help. I am interested in designing Power Systems and I really like Relay protection. So can you guys give me some idea what should I choose? The name of related programs and links, if possible. Here are those universities I can choose from:

1 Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
2 Harvard University
3 Stanford University
4 University of California, Berkley (UCB)
5 University of Cambridge
6 California Institute of Technology (Caltech)
7 Imperial College London
8 The University of Tokyo
9 Princeton University Natural and Physical Sciences
10 ETH Zurich (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology)
11 National University of Singapore (NUS)
12 University of Oxford
13 Tsinghua University
14 Carnegie Mellon University (CMU)
15 Ecole Normale Superieure de Paris (ENS Paris)
16 Georgia Institute of Technology
17 University of Toronto
18 University of California
19 University of Illinios at Urbana-Champaign (UIUC)
20 University of Chicago
21 Kyoto University
22 Yale University
23 Delft University of Technology (TU Delft)
24 University of British Columbia (UBC)
25 Cornell University
26 University of Michigan
27 Australian National University (ANU)

I will appreciate any help from you. Thanks in advance.
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Hello guys. In my country our government gave us, students, opportunity to study in worlds top 27 technology universities for free. So I decided to take master program in one of those universities.

In summer 2014 I will finish my Electrical Power Engineering bachelor program and I want to take master program in Power Engineering. So here I want your help. I am interested in designing Power Systems and I really like Relay protection. So can you guys give me some idea what should I choose? The name of related programs and links, if possible. Here are those universities I can choose from:

1 Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
2 Harvard University
3 Stanford University
4 University of California, Berkley (UCB)
5 University of Cambridge
6 California Institute of Technology (Caltech)
7 Imperial College London
8 The University of Tokyo
9 Princeton University Natural and Physical Sciences
10 ETH Zurich (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology)
11 National University of Singapore (NUS)
12 University of Oxford
13 Tsinghua University
14 Carnegie Mellon University (CMU)
15 Ecole Normale Superieure de Paris (ENS Paris)
16 Georgia Institute of Technology
17 University of Toronto
18 University of California
19 University of Illinios at Urbana-Champaign (UIUC)
20 University of Chicago
21 Kyoto University
22 Yale University
23 Delft University of Technology (TU Delft)
24 University of British Columbia (UBC)
25 Cornell University
26 University of Michigan
27 Australian National University (ANU)

I will appreciate any help from you. Thanks in advance.
It's pretty hard narrowing that list down since you have such a long list. I'm from California and I do know that CalTech and pretty much the other California universities you listed are excellent. #18 on your list is actually the name of a university system which #4 is a part of. You may want to consider Univ of California Los Angeles (UCLA), as well. Another great university. If you really can't narrow a good part of it down by program, I would consider narrowing it down by location. Where would you like to study abroad? Which country have you always wanted to visit? Having the opportunity to travel while a student is one of the best times to go. You may not have this kind of opportunity again for awhile, so consider the city. Do you want to study in a big city? Mid-sized city? What kind of climate do you prefer? Also consider the public transit system where the university is located. Do you want to be able to walk everywhere, take the metro? Or are you only going to have access to buses?
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