University of Arizona
The University of Arizona is a public research institution. It was the state of Arizona's first university, established in 1885. It has over 300 majors and is known for being a student-centered university. International undergraduate students at The University of Arizona can pursue a variety of minor degrees in all of these subjects. The university provides Accelerated Masters Programs (AMP), which allow students to earn both a bachelor's and a master's degree in five years. The university also provides dual graduate degrees, which help to shorten the time it takes to complete a degree.

Cost of attendance

Among other things, the University of Arizona is well-known for its Data Science, Engineering, and MBA programmes. Tuition at The University of Arizona is around 36,600 USD. This costs around 27.18 lakh INR for an Indian student. International students can cover their whole tuition at The University of Arizona using merit-based grants and scholarships to study in the United States.


The University of Arizona offers on-campus housing to its students in all four locations of campus. More than 80% of students living on campus are first-year students. There are 23 residence halls with single, double, triple, suite-style, or apartment-style rooms accessible to students. Maricopa is the only dorm that is exclusively for females. The honours community is centred in Honors Village, while many Fine Arts majors live in Manzanita-Mohave. On-campus housing costs $640 per month (quadruple occupancy standard room) and the meal plan costs roughly $3,550 per year (Silver). The typical monthly rent for off-campus housing ranges from $500 to $900 USD.

Acceptance rate

It has over 46,932 students enrolled comprising 36,503 undergraduates and 10,429 postgraduates. International students form 1.5% of the student body. With an acceptance rate of 85%, The University of Arizona displays a lightly selective admission policy.


The University of Arizona campus is separated into four districts: Park district, Highland district, Historic district, and North district. The University of Arizona Campus has over 35,000 students from roughly 112 different countries and 50 states. The campus comprises over 100 research centres and institutions that give students and professors with the necessary infrastructure. AU is home to outstanding museums and archives that are valuable resources for students and teachers. The Arizona State Museum is the country's oldest and largest anthropological research museum. There are almost 600 different student groups and clubs on campus, as well as 17 sports teams. Other facilities provided to students on campus include student leisure centres, movie theatres, healthcare facilities, libraries, shops, and restaurants.


The University of Arizona is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (, a regional accreditation agency recognized by the U.S. Department of Education.

Jobs and Placement

Almost every month, the institution hosts career fairs and courses to assist students in finding work. After their studies, over 91 percent of engineering graduates from the institution are placed. After six months of study, the majority of graduate students start their own firm or receive at least one employment offer. After 90 days, 86 percent of full-time MBA graduates are employed. Amazon, Deloitte, Microsoft, Ernst & Young, Adidas, Hewlett Packard, CH2M Hill, Bloomberg, and are among the companies that recruit at the university.

QS Ranking

#=268 in QS World University Rankings, 2022

The Ranking

#150 in World University Rankings by Times Higher Education, 2022

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