City University of New York
The City College of New York is New York City's public university system. The City College of New York, the city's leading higher education school, has been known for academic brilliance since 1847. City College of New York offers eight schools and divisions that provide students with a variety of courses. In addition, the college offers 50 master's and doctoral degrees in engineering, psychology, and laboratory sciences. The college also has 300 undergraduates enrolled in engineering, scientific, and social science departments, as well as senior researchers whose work are financed by the institution.

Cost of attendance

The tuition fees at City College of New York ranges around 6,000-13,000 USD (4.44 lakh to 9.63 lakh INR) per year. 


In its "Towers," New York City College provides residential amenities. Graduate, undergraduate, and professional students can live in the towers. It is a campus apartment-style residence. Housing options include 1 bedroom, 2 bedroom, 3 bedroom, and 4 bedroom rooms. Students may also look into different accommodation alternatives in the United States for a more pleasant and inexpensive stay. They may still visit Central Park, Lincoln Center, Madison Square Garden, and all of the museums. On-campus accommodation costs about $16,362 on average. Off-campus accommodation costs between $1,300 and $2,100 per month on average.

Acceptance rate

The overall number of students enrolled at the university is 16312, and according to CCNY, overseas students account for around 6.6 percent of the student population. Admission to the college is moderately competitive, with a 45 percent acceptance rate.


The main campus of City College of New York currently comprises 13 College buildings, including the New York State Structural Biology Center and two state-of-the-art research facilities. In addition, the college has a downtown campus. The Department of Student Life and Leadership Development's office promotes extracurricular and co-curricular programmes such as the Student Empowerment Engagement Development Series. At CCNY, there are over 135 clubs. Some are biology club, CCNY pre-law club, beaver nation network sports marketing club, CCNY eSports club, CCNY green, CCNY knitting club, and more. Some student life activities on campus include fraternities and sororities.


The City College of New York (CCNY) is accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education (MSCHE).

Jobs and Placement

For its students, City College of New York arranges a number of placement options and career fairs. Every year, companies such as ARF, Bradford Group Global Marketing, CUNY Communications, McCann, MediaLink, and others come to the campus to position students. Its Career & Professional Development Institute provides a wide range of high-quality programmes and services to students and alumni. Counseling, workshops, seminars, and job fairs are all accessible for improved placement, as is internship information and preparation. Graduates working in financial services earn an average salary of up to 152,000 USD.

QS Ranking

#701-750 in QS World University Rankings, 2022.

The Ranking

#=212 in US College Rankings, by Times Higher Education, 2022.

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