State University of New York, Albany

Opened 1844
Type Public research university center
Location Albany, New York USA
National ranking 133
Total enrollment 16849
Scholarship Yes
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The story of The State University of New York (SUNY), begins with its’ establishment in year 1948 Since its founding, the SUNY has done everything in its power to keep up with ever changing needs and priorities of New York’s people in whole. SUNY being nation’s largest comprehensive public university system initially consisted of 11 colleges, all with unique histories and stories to
tell. But they were on a same mindset of making New York state a better place. Today, the system includes 64 schools, a mix of 29 state-operated campuses and five statutory colleges—including research universities, liberal arts colleges, specialized and technical colleges, health science centers, land-grant colleges.
Students all over the country come here for the best possible education out there. Fun fact: 93 percent of population of the city live within 15 miles of SUNY.
SUNY was founded with the fact in mind, that it needed to be accepting of a vast diversity of people across the whole country.
The Mission of the university is to give back to the wonderful community that created it, by producing top class undergraduates. They will try absolute best to improve all the spheres of the city, be it health care, business or even government.
University at Albany focuses on giving tools to become the best version of oneself, the version of you that is capable of changing the whole world.
You can choose from over 50 undergraduate majors, headed by the best scholars of the country. By entering UAlbany you get the chance to take your internship at Albany Medical Center and a unique partnership with Albany Law School.
Through the UAlbany and SUNY-wide exchange programs, students have more than 600 study-abroad programs to choose from.

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