The University of Arizona is an institution of public research. Established in the year 1885, it was the first university in the state of Arizona. Also, it is one amongst the Association of American Universities' elected members and serves as the only representative from Arizona to this group. Governed by the Arizona Board of Regents, the University of Arizona features an accessible and engaging environment that inspires students to achieve their goals. In 2017, the University of Arizona was ranked 34th in the U.S. and 52nd in the world by the Center for World University Rankings.
Spread over an area of 380 acres in central Tucson. It is divided into quadrants such as the campus' north and south sides are outlined by a grassy cover called the Mall and its west and east sides are segregated by the Student Union Memorial Center and Highland Avenue roughly. The University of Arizona serves as home to 600 plus multi-cultural, philanthropic, academic, athletic, social, and student clubs along with campus organizations. It recognizes around 51 fraternity and sorority chapters.
The University of Arizona enrolled around 45,918 students in 20 different colleges as of the year 2019. It offers 300 plus undergraduate majors and graduate programs along with applied learning opportunities for students to choose from. According to the U.S. News and World Report, it is considered as a "selective" university. Students in the University of Arizona hail from all U.S. states including 56.8 percent from Arizona, and 5.3 percent international cities. A significant student presence in the university is also seen from Washington, Texas, New York, Illinois, and Colorado. The university boasts of distinguished faculty members who are recognized worldwide for their scholarships, services, and leadership by world-famous academic societies and programs.
The University of Arizona is also famed for its remarkable alumni network that includes Pulitzer Prize winners (alumni and faculty), and 50 plus faculty staff as elected members of exclusive academies like the American Academy of Arts and Sciences and the Royal Society of Britain. U.S. Representative Raúl M. Grijalva; singer Linda Ronstadt; winner of 2011 Nobel Prize in Physics (1989) Brian Schmidt as well as a softball player and Olympic gold medalist Jennie Finch, are a few amongst the notable members of the university's alumni association.
Fee:INR 12,53,796/1st year
Rank:#273 World University Ranking
Fee:INR 26,80,584/1st year
Rank:#97 Global University Ranking
Duration: 1.5-2 Years
Fee:INR 22,17,707/1st year
Rank:#273-World University Ranking
Fee:INR 26,70,257/1st year
Tucson, Arizona, USA
Campus in acrs
#97-National University Ranking
No.of Campuses: 1
Total International Students: 3,942
Faculty/Student Ratio: 1 : 15.0
UG/PG Course Ratio: 1 : 1.86
City Size: Medium
|MA(3 Courses)||2 Years||INR 21.8L - 23.2L|
|BBA(6 Courses)||4 years||INR 27.2L|
|BE/Btech (16 Courses)||4 years||INR 27.2L|
|MIM (4 Courses)||0.8 - 1.5 Years||INR 32.9L - 38LL|
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