University of Miami
The University of Miami is a private research university located in Coral Gables, Florida. It is a varied academic institution founded in 1925 with a strong concentration on teaching, learning, and research. International students can choose from 180 undergraduate courses and almost 100 graduate courses at the University of Miami. The university's top-ranked courses include M.B.A, Computer Science, and International Business.

Cost of attendance

The undergraduate on campus students can estimate a total expense of 75,230 USD, while off campus students spend around 79,410 USD.


Undergraduate students at the University of Miami have access to a variety of on-campus living options, including four residence halls, University Village, and Lakeside Village. Based on seniority, the University offers single and double-occupancy rooms. As a result, freshmen are typically allotted double occupancy rooms. International students and non-local freshmen must live on campus for at least two academic semesters. The Lakeside Village is a combination of apartment and suite-style housing. The cost of a double room is approximately $8,800 per year. The typical monthly rent for off-campus living is between 650 and 750 USD.

Acceptance rate

The university has a total of 19031 students enrolled. The University of Miami reports a total of 2,782 international students. With a 33% acceptance rate, the university has fairly selective admission criteria.


The University of Miami is split into three campuses. The main campus of Miami University is located in Coral Gables, which is in a suburban setting. It has music, chemistry, indoor baseball facilities, over 60 computer laboratories in a residential college, libraries, staff buildings, schools, colleges, and other structures. The second location, the Leonard M. Miller School of Medicine, is located on the campus of the University of Miami and the Jackson Memorial Medical Center Complex. While the Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science is located on the Marine campus on Virginia Key in Biscayne Bay.


It is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to award the baccalaureate, masters and doctoral degrees.

Jobs and Placement

The University of Miami's Toppel Career Center Within six months of graduation, 89 percent of the class of 2019 graduates were either employed or enrolled in further education. Students with stable post-graduation plans included 58 percent with full-time work, 34 percent in graduate school, 7 percent with part-time jobs, and 1 percent with other plans such as volunteering or military service. The average annual salary for University of Miami graduates is $55,000 USD. Graduates have gone on to work for firms such as Google, PwC, Citi, Citrix, Bloomingdales, JP Morgan Chase, and others. Students enrolled in NYU, Boston University, Columbia University, John Hopkins University, and other universities for further education.

QS Ranking

#=311 in QS World University Rankings, 2022

The Ranking

#201-250 in World University Rankings by Times Higher Education, 2022

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