University of Colorado at Boulder
The University of Colorado Boulder, also known as CU Boulder, is a public research university. The Colorado territorial governing body passed an amendment to the state constitution in 1876 to provide funds for the creation of the University. The University of Colorado offers degrees in 90 majors, 75 minors, 76 graduate courses, and 36 certificate courses.

Cost of attendance

International students can expect to spend around 60,880 USD (~45.66 lakh INR) to study in University of Colorado.


For first and second-year students, the university maintains housing halls. On campus, there are 23 different types of residence halls for students, each with its own set of facilities and services. Wi-Fi and high-speed internet service are available in all residence halls, as well as laundry and 24-hour front desk assistance. The majority of the residence halls are situated in green areas. All students living on campus must have a meal plan provided by the university resident halls. Residence hall fees range from $7,389 USD to $8,393 USD. International students might also look into off-campus student accommodation in the United States. The typical monthly rent for off-campus living is between $800 and $1,000 USD.

Acceptance rate

The total number of students enrolled at the university are 36548. CU has a total of 3,100 international students from more than 100 countries. The university manifests an acceptance rate of 84%, indicating a highly selective admission policy. 


The University of Colorado's campus is large and spread out in an urban area. More than 35,000 students are enrolled at the university. The university's campus includes academic buildings, living halls, and research facilities for students. One of the university's unspoken features is the daily workout, exploration of the area, exploration of the people, and helping one another to uncover their hobbies. Students can arrive in 45 minutes by automobile from Denver International Airport or by any other mode of public transportation.


The University of Colorado Boulder is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (HLC), which is part of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools (NCA).

Jobs and Placement

87 percent of university graduates find work within six months of graduation. The majority of University of Colorado alumni earn 77,000 USD on average. The institution hosts a number of career fairs in which many reputable national and local companies participate. The university also provides opportunities for internships and careers overseas. Each semester, more than 200 Career Events are organised. A student can also connect with employers via Handshake, which has over 8000 jobs and 4000+ internships offered by a large number of employers.

QS Ranking

#251 in QS World University Rankings, 2022

The Ranking

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

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