University of Arizona ,Tucson,USA

  • Tucson,USA

The University of Arizona is an institution of public research. Established in the year 1885, it was the first university in the state of Arizona. Also, it is one amongst the Association of American Universities' elected members and serves as the only representative from Arizona to this group. Governed by the Arizona Board of Regents, the University of Arizona features an accessible and engaging environment that inspires students to achieve their goals. In 2017, the University of Arizona was ranked 34th in the U.S. and 52nd in the world by the Center for World University Rankings.

Spread over an area of 380 acres in central Tucson. It is divided into quadrants such as the campus' north and south sides are outlined by a grassy cover called the Mall and its west and east sides are segregated by the Student Union Memorial Center and Highland Avenue roughly. The University of Arizona serves as home to 600 plus multi-cultural, philanthropic, academic, athletic, social, and student clubs along with campus organizations. It recognizes around 51 fraternity and sorority chapters.

The University of Arizona enrolled around 45,918 students in 20 different colleges as of the year 2019. It offers 300 plus undergraduate majors and graduate programs along with applied learning opportunities for students to choose from. According to the U.S. News and World Report, it is considered as a "selective" university. Students in the University of Arizona hail from all U.S. states including 56.8 percent from Arizona, and 5.3 percent international cities. A significant student presence in the university is also seen from Washington, Texas, New York, Illinois, and Colorado. The univer

Spread over an area of 380 acres in central Tucson. It is divided into quadrants such as the campus' north and south sides are outlined by a grassy cover called the Mall and its west and east sides are segregated by the Student Union Memorial Center and Highland Avenue roughly. The University of Arizona serves as home to 600 plus multi-cultural, philanthropic, academic, athletic, social, and student clubs along with campus organizations. It recognizes around 51 fraternity and sorority chapters.

The University of Arizona enrolled around 45,918 students in 20 different colleges as of the year 2019. It offers 300 plus undergraduate majors and graduate programs along with applied learning opportunities for students to choose from. According to the U.S. News and World Report, it is considered as a "selective" university. Students in the University of Arizona hail from all U.S. states including 56.8 percent from Arizona, and 5.3 percent international cities. A significant student presence in the university is also seen from Washington, Texas, New York, Illinois, and Colorado. The university boasts of distinguished faculty members who are recognized worldwide for their scholarships, services, and leadership by world-famous academic societies and programs.

The University of Arizona is also famed for its remarkable alumni network that includes Pulitzer Prize winners (alumni and faculty), and 50 plus faculty staff as elected members of exclusive academies like the American Academy of Arts and Sciences and the Royal Society of Britain. U.S. Representative Raúl M. Grijalva; singer Linda Ronstadt; winner of 2011 Nobel Prize in Physics (1989) Brian Schmidt as well as a softball player and Olympic gold medalist Jennie Finch, are a few amongst the notable members of the university's alumni association.

Year of establishment1885
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Also Known AsUA
Total International Students3942
Size of Campus in acres380
UG/PG Course Ratio1.86
Faculty/Student Ratio15
Endowments ValueUS Dollar 741 million
No.of Campuses1
Yearly Hostel & Meals Expense11230 USD
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University of Arizona Fees

CoursesDuration1st Year Tuition Fees
MS(60 Courses)(1 year-36 months)USD 29 K - 42.99 K
MBA/PGDM(8 Courses)(21 months-5 years)USD 42.99 K - 49.73 K
B.E. / B.Tech(24 Courses)(4 years)USD 35.55 K - 35.62 K
B.Sc.(36 Courses)(4 years)USD 35.05 K - 35.62 K
MIM(12 Courses)(12-30 months)USD 19.72 K - 49.73 K
MEM(1 Courses)(18-24 months)USD 29.21 K
M.A.(37 Courses)(18 months-4 years)USD 28.57 K - 32.18 K
BBA(15 Courses)(4 years)USD 35.55 K - 35.62 K
M.Arch(4 Courses)(1 year-3 years)USD 32.18 K - 34.91 K
M.E./M.Tech(3 Courses)(18-24 months)USD 32.18 K

University of Arizona Scholarships

MBA Merit Based Scholarships
Not available
Business
The Peter W. Likins Graduate Fellowship Award (MS Aerospace Engineering)
Rs. 32,43,404
Engineering
The Peter W. Likins Graduate Fellowship Award(Full-Time MBA)
Rs. 40,94,116
Business
Graduate Tuition Waivers (RC Waivers)
Not available
Engineering,Business

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University of Arizona Entry Criteria

CoursesExams
MS(60 Courses)

: 7.0-8.0

: 79.0-100.0

: 60.0 & Above

MBA/PGDM(8 Courses)

: 7.0 & Above

: Accepted

: Accepted

B.E. / B.Tech(24 Courses)

: 6.0-6.5

: 79.0 & Above

: 53.0 & Above

B.Sc.(36 Courses)

: 6.0-6.5

: 79.0 & Above

: 53.0 & Above

MIM(12 Courses)

: 7.0 & Above

: 79.0-85.0

: 60.0 & Above

MEM(1 Courses)

: 308.0 & Above

: 7.0 & Above

: 79.0 & Above

M.A.(37 Courses)

: 7.0-7.5

: 79.0-100.0

: 60.0 & Above

BBA(15 Courses)

: 6.0-6.5

: 79.0 & Above

: 53.0 & Above

M.Arch(4 Courses)

: 79.0 & Above

: 7.0 & Above

: 60.0 & Above

M.E./M.Tech(3 Courses)

: 7.0 & Above

: 79.0 & Above

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On-campus Accommodation

Available

  • The University of Arizona offers residence halls
  • 23 halls are divided into three neighborhoods on campus: Historic District, Park District and the Highland District
  • 22 residence halls are co-ed with both males and females living in the hall
  • The university also has one hall that is female/women only
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Accomodation: $640/ Month (Quadruple occupancy Standard Room) & Meal Plan: $3,550/ Year (Silver)
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Off-campus Accommodation

Available

  • The residence type includes studio apartments, 4 bedroom apartments, 3 bedroom apartments, 2 bedroom apartments, and single bedroom apartments
  • The average rent is 500 to 900 USD/month
  • The student apartments are fully furnished with all the basic amenities such as electricity, water, gas, modular kitchen and unlimited internet access
  • Most of the apartments have a lease system. However, some apartments have the lease of 12months duration 

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Average 1st Year Tuition Cost
MS INR 23.5 L
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BE/Btech INR 26.3 L
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BSc INR 26.5 L
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BBA INR 23.8 L
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MA INR 24.6 L
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MIM INR 27.2 L
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MBA INR 28.8 L
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MFA INR 27.3 L
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MEng INR 26.3 L
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MArch INR 29.8 L
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MEM INR 21.7 L
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BHM INR 23.5 L
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MDes INR 35.4 L
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MASc INR 22.9 L
Average Hostel & Meals Expense

INR 8.8 L (based on 1094 colleges listed on Studyabroad.shiksha.com)

Average Admission Exam ScoresTOEFL: 80
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IELTS: 6.5
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PTE: 54
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GRE: 293
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GMAT: 500
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SAT: 1050
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ACT: 21
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University of Arizona FAQs

Q. Is it difficult to get into University of Arizona?

A. University of Arizona admissions areselective with an acceptance rate of 85%. Students that get admission at Arizona University have an average SAT score between 1110-1360 or an average ACT score of 21-29

Q. What GPA is needed to get into the University of Arizona?

A. A 3.0 unweighted GPA through the applicant's sixth semester in the core competency requirements is required. Applicants must also be in the top 50% of their class.

Q. If my GPA is below 3.0, what are the chances of selection at University of Arizona?

A. If the applicant's high school grades are below 3.0 they have a very low chance of being admitted as University of Arizona. A minimum of the average 3.42 GPA is mandatory to be able to qualify for application screening. Check: University of Arizona Admissions

Q. When should international undergraduate students apply for admission to University of Arizona?

A. For Fall Semester, application dates begin in August:
  • The application opens on August 1, a year prior to the start of the term.
  • Application must be completed by May 1 in order to receive admission and scholarships.
Whereas, the Spring Semester application dates begin in January:
  • Application opens on April 1, which is 09 months prior to the start of the term.
  • Application should be completed by November 1 to receive full consideration for admission and scholarships.

Q. Are University of Arizona students required to live on campus?

A. Though its not mandatory to opt for on campus housing, it is still encouraged by the University of Arizona to opt for on-campus housing upon enrollment confirmation.

Q. Should applicants wait for SAT or ACT score declaration before applying for admission to the University of Arizona?

A. Since SAT or ACT score submissions are not mandatory for undergraduate admission at University of Arizona, it is recommended that students not wait for their scores to be declared and submit the application forms in time.

Q. Is there an appeal process for a denied student at University of Arizona?

A. Yes, there is an appeal process for a denied student at the University of Arizona. The students can appeal to the Office of Admissions which could require information like:

Q. How can international students send their high school transcripts to University of Arizona?

A. International students cannot directly send their high school transcripts to University of Arizona, rather the student's high school can diretly mail the transcripts to University of Arizona at the following address:
The University of Arizona
Office of Admissions
P.O. Box 210073
Tucson, AZ 85721-0073

Q. Where can international students apply for scholarships at University of Arizona?

A. International students who are admitted at the University of Arizona are directly eligible for merit based scholarships, that usually waive off tuition fee. The students are not required to submit any extra aplications for the same.

Q. When are admission decisions of University of Arizona declared for students?

A. Admissions Decisions days are usually posted on the STU 210UA webpage of the University of Arizona website. But they may vary by class and section depending upon the subject.

Q. Is it mandatory to submit letters of recommendation along with the application at University of Arizona?

A. No, University of Arizona does not require letters of recommendation along with the admission application.
Location
University CityTucson, Arizona, USA
Size of cityMedium
Population of City5,35,677
Wikipedia Linkhttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tucson,_Arizona

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Tucson, AZ 85721, USA
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