University of Alabama
In 1969, the University of Alabama at Birmingham was founded. The highly regarded public university is one of Alabama's three major research institutions. The university began as an academic extension facility in 1936 and became an independent institution in 1969. Today, overseas students are welcome to study in 69 undergraduate programmes and 174 graduate courses at The University of Alabama at Birmingham. Prospective students can also apply for admission to 82 online programmes at the university.

Cost of attendance

Tuition for undergraduate programmes at the University of Alabama is anticipated to be $30,250 USD (22.86 lakh INR). The indirect costs, which include living, boarding, books, supplies, transportation, and incidental expenses, are approximately $21,000 USD.


Freshmen are required to stay on campus for the whole academic year unless they have compelling reasons to leave. Those who have compelling reasons to leave must ask for an exemption. Blazer Hall, Blount Hall, Camp Hall, Denman Hall, Gold Hall, Rast Hall, and Green Hall are the seven residence halls. The accommodations are approximately 6,600 USD (4.95 lakh INR), while the yearlong meal plan is approximately 4,310 USD (3.2 lakh INR).

Acceptance rate

The university has a total of 20902 students enrolled. ISSS served 1148 enrolled active international students, including 271 new foreign students. Admission to the University of Alabama is more selective, with an acceptance rate of 80%.


The university's campus spans a large area of land and includes a medical centre, academic facilities, a Hill student centre, a bookshop, residence halls, and sports and recreation facilities, including an aquatic centre. On campus, there are about 250 student organisations. The Callot School of Business features a cutting-edge Finance lab as well as other technology-driven classes. Campus Green is a large green area on campus where students can do a variety of activities and relax.


The University of Alabama is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) to award baccalaureate, master's, education specialist and doctoral degrees.

Jobs and Placement

To provide the best career services to its students, the UAB Career Center is affiliated with the National Association of Colleges and Employers, the Alabama Association of Colleges and Employers, the Southeast Association of Colleges and Employers, the National Career Development Association, and The Career Leadership Collective. 92 percent of college students are able to find work within two years of graduation, and after six years, they earn roughly $41,200 USD per year. Companies recruiting at the university include Sandvik, Novartis, Accenture, Arcelor Mittal, Procter & Gamble, Intel, General Motors, and Smith & Nephew.

QS Ranking

#801-1000 in QS World University Rankings, 2022

The Ranking

#601-800 in THE World University Rankings, 2022

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