University of Alabama

Opened 1820
Type Public research university
Location Tuscaloosa, Alabama, USA
National ranking 170
Rankings 14 in Law among public universities
Total enrollment 39623
Scholarship Yes

Description

University of Alabama is a public American research university established in 1820 earning it a title of the oldest public university of Alabama. Although the campus is based in a small town of Tuscaloosa, it receives about 40,000 students yearly, among which the vast majority are undergraduates receiving their baccalaureate in one of the many majors provided by the university with the most popular ones among its students being Business, Management, Marketing and Engineering. As stated earlier, scholars have opportunities for continuation of their education on higher levels and even earning a PhD. Good News for international students is high acceptance rate and relatively low tuition fees that stem from it being a public state school. The university has a large campus made up of 297 buildings, among which are several museums and historical landmarks that combined with complex social change history enrich its students’ culture and creativity. College libraries have comprehensive resources for learning outside the auditoriums with many specialized rooms. UA is among top 100 public American public colleges and despite its size, demand, the school has low student /faculty ratio allowing for wholesome learning experience with excellent educators. University of Alabama is best-known for its law school that is also the only recognized one in the state. The university provides financial aid programs to international students.

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