University of Arizona

At the University of Arizona, we are driven to do great things. It’s our passion to transform the lives of our nearly 50,000 student Wildcats and to solve some of the biggest challenges facing our state and the world. But what makes us unique is how we do it. We live our purpose, mission and values every day. And we do this in one of the most incredible places on Earth – Tucson, Arizona. Surrounded by majestic mountains, days filled with sunshine and evenings watching cotton candy sunsets, everywhere you look at the University of Arizona is filled with wonder.

Overview

At the University of Arizona, we are driven to do great things. It’s our passion to transform the lives of our nearly 50,000 student Wildcats and to solve some of the biggest challenges facing our state and the world. But what makes us unique is how we do it. We live our purpose, mission and values every day. And we do this in one of the most incredible places on Earth – Tucson, Arizona. Surrounded by majestic mountains, days filled with sunshine and evenings watching cotton candy sunsets, everywhere you look at the University of Arizona is filled with wonder.

Founded in 1885, the University of Arizona has been educating high-achieving students for over 100 years at the Bachelor, Master and Doctoral degree level. International students can choose from over 300 undergraduate and 200 graduate fields of study ranging from health sciences, engineering, business, communication and so much more.

Not only do you have academic choices, the University of Arizona is ranked as one of the TOP institutions in the world: Top 1% of Universities Globally and #20 Public Research University in the U.S. Check out the video below to learn more:

 

Student Life

Step into Wildcat Life, where the sun shines brighter, the people are friendly, and you have access to everything you need to be the best version of yourself.

Campus Housing

Stepping onto the UArizona campus is like entering its own city. Students will find 5 libraries, a planetarium, multiple museums, restaurants, and 23 dormitories from which they can choose. These dorms offer students a combination of living arrangements, so each student can pick the best option for them. Learn more about UArizona's campus dorms by watching the below video:

 

Student Involvement 

UArizona offers over 600 student clubs and organizations where students can create community, share academic interests, and explore hobbies. Whether you are interested in government, sports, entrepreneurship or skiing, you’ll find your place in a campus club.

Beyond clubs and organizations, the University of Arizona has an extensive Greek network with over 50 Greek Life organizations focused on friendship, leadership and volunteering.

Finally, many students find a campus job is the perfect way to build their skills and earn money during their studies. With over 10,000 campus work opportunities, international students can easily find a job or research opportunity on campus.

 

Location

The University of Arizona is located in a sunny, laid-back College Town called Tucson. Tucson is located in the Southwest United States and has a metro population of nearly one million people. International students are bound to fall in love with this funky, quirky city that celebrates individuality and diversity. Here are some of the most appealing aspects about Tucson.

Weather: Tucson is a desert-town with over 300 days of sunshine. Winter temperatures range fro 18-22 degrees Celsius and you’ll find yourself spending the majority of the year outside enjoying our perfect climate.

Adventure: Bike, hike, run, rock climb and more! Surrounded by mountain ranges, Tucson makes for a perfect place to embrace the outdoors. Not a big fan of outdoor activity? Hang a hammock on campus and enjoy the scenery while reading or studying.

Chill: Tucson has a laid-back feel that provides the perfect athmosphere to study. Unwind after class in any of the many coffee or tea shops or jump in a pool at one of the local resorts. With a one million population, Tucson has the amenities of a big city while still offering a quiet, safe place to live.

Culture: Tucson is an inclusive city that celebrates diversity. There are over 120 countries represented on campus, and a variety of events take place throughout the year that help us to embrace our student’s culture as well as the city’s. Tucson Meet Yourself is a food and culture festival all about celebrating difference, and Tucson hosts the largest Dia de los Muertos festival in the United States.

Food: Welcome to food-lovers paradise! As a UNESCO city of Gastronomy, international students will find food from all over the world in Tucson. Just to give you an example, enter campus from Univeristy Boulevard and you'll pass food from the Middle East, India, Japan, Vietnam, Hawaii, and more. And that’s just one street!  

 

Apply now!

The University of Arizona welcomes undergraduate and graduate students to pursue their studies with us! International students can apply to study on Main Campus in Tucson, Arizona or enroll online through Global Direct. Get in touch with us to find your best fit program!
 
 

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Tuition

$30,000—$35,000 Year

Fast facts

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Affiliation

Public

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Top Programs

Business Administration, Communication, Engineering

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Type of School

University



  • School Size

    Large
  • Student Body Gender

    Co-ed
  • Religious Affiliation

    No Affiliation
  • Scholarships for International Students

    Yes
  • Conditional Admission Available

    Yes
  • Setting

    City
  • Accreditation and Certification

    UCIEP Member, HLC, AACSB, NASM, ABET, CHEA
  • Type of Housing

    Residence Hall, Apartment
  • Test Scores

    TOEFL: 70+ , IELTS: Band 6+, PTE Academic: 50+, Duolingo: 100+, ACT Eng: 20+, SAT Eng: 580+

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