Ranking  129      44
Country United States
City Druid Hills
Town Atlanta
Bachelor (foreigners)43,000 USD/year.
Master (foreigners)39,000 USD/year.
Bachelor (citizens)20,000 USD/year.
Master (citizens)20,000 USD/year.
Cost of living $859-1,425 USD/Month.
Acceptance Rate 30%
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General information
Finance type Nonprofit
Organization type Private
Established 1836
Teachers 1,962
Students 13,535
Foreigners 14%
Academic calendar Semesters
AdmissionBased on grades and examinations
Gender limitation No limits
Colors Blue and gold
Campus type Suburban
Housing Available
Financial aid Available
Distance learning Available
Exchange programs Available
Library Available
The wise heart seeks knowledge
• Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges
• 568 Group
• Association of American Universities (AAU)
• Oak Ridge Associated Universities (ORAU). Sport affiliations and memberships: National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA)
World ranking129
Country ranking44
Academic Reputation295
Quality of teaching104
International Faculty311
International Students326
Citations per Faculty58
Ranking in world by sphere
Arts and Humanities286
Life Sciences and Medicine61
Natural Science381
Social Sciences and Management328
Ranking in world by discipline
Economics & Business51
International rankings
UniPage World University Ranking129
QS World University Rankings166
ARWU Academic Ranking101
Webometrics Ranking107
Alternative title
Arabic جامعة إيموري
German Emory-Universität
Spanish Universidad de Emory
French Université d'Emory
Japanese エモリー大学
Korean 에모리대학교
Portuguese Universidade de Emory
Russian Университет Эмори
Chinese 埃莫里大学
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Emory University - private nonprofit higher education institution in United States.

Emory University - Description

Located just 15 minutes from downtown Atlanta in the tree-lined suburban neighborhood of Druid Hills, Emory University is positioned along the Clifton Corridor, which also includes the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the American Cancer Society. Emory University is home to nine major academic divisions, numerous centers for advanced study, and a host of prestigious affiliated institutions. In addition to Emory College, the University encompasses a graduate school of arts and sciences; professional schools of medicine, theology, law, nursing, public health, and business; and Oxford College, a two-year undergraduate division on the original campus of Emory in Oxford, Ga. Emory was founded at Oxford by the Methodist Church in 1836. Led by President James W. Wagner, the University has 11,300 students and 2,500 faculty members who represent all regions of the United States and more than 100 foreign nations.

Description of Emory University

Emory University is an inquiry-driven, ethically engaged, and diverse community whose members work collaboratively for positive transformation in the world through courageous leadership in teaching, research, scholarship, health care, and social action. The University is recognized internationally for its outstanding liberal arts college, superb professional schools, and one of the leading health care systems in the Southeast. Emory is enriched by the legacy and energy of Atlanta, whose downtown area is just fifteen minutes away. Through collaboration among its schools, units, and centers, as well as with affiliated institutions such as The Carter Center and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Emory is committed to working for positive transformation in the world. Emory’s future is being guided by an ambitious strategic plan, “Where Courageous Inquiry Leads.” Within this plan, the University has committed its unique combination of resources to address some of the world’s toughest challenges and greatest opportunities. Implementation of Emory’s strategic plan will transform its campus and positively influence local and global communities. One of Emory’s most compelling features is its location in the vibrant, international city of Atlanta. The University’s campus master plan outlines a bold vision for campus development, while retaining its distinctive sense of place and a commitment to sustainability. Emory dedicates more than half of the campus as protected green space, integrates sustainability into the curriculum, supports alternative transportation, campus recycling efforts, energy and water conservation practices, and promotes local and sustainably grown food to serve on campus. Additionally, the University’s approach to sustainable development has resulted in Emory holding the distinction of having one of the largest inventories by square footage of LEED-certified building space among campuses in the country. The Urban Land Institute Atlanta District Council gave Emory its Sustainable Development Award in 2009 for projects and programs in Atlanta and for sustainable campus development principles and practices. In recognition of its commitment to the community, Emory received the 2008 Presidential Award for General Community Service—the highest federal recognition a college or university can receive for its commitment to volunteering, service learning, and civic engagement. The award recognized “the breadth and quality of an institution’s community service, service learning, and civic engagement programs.” Emory has also been recognized by the Chronicle of Higher Education’s 2009 “Great Colleges to Work for” program, which placed Emory on the honor roll for the second straight year. Emory was ranked as the fifth “Best Place to Work in Academia in the United States” by readers of the Scientist magazine.

Programs - Bachelor - Emory University

Bachelor Administration
Bachelor African American Studies
Bachelor African Studies
Bachelor Allied Health
Bachelor American Studies
Bachelor Anthropology
Bachelor Anthropology and Human Biology
Bachelor Anthropology and Religion
Bachelor Arabic
Bachelor Architectural Studies
Bachelor Art History
Bachelor Arts
Bachelor Asian and Asian American Studies
Bachelor Astronomy
Bachelor Biology
Bachelor Catholic Studies
Bachelor Chemistry
Bachelor Chinese Language and Literature
Bachelor Classical Civilization
Bachelor Classical Studies
Bachelor Classics
Bachelor Classics and English
Bachelor Classics and History
Bachelor Classics and Philosophy
Bachelor Community Building and Social Change
Bachelor Comparative Literature
Bachelor Computer Science
Bachelor Dance and Movement Studies
Bachelor East Asian Studies
Bachelor Economic
Bachelor Economics and History
Bachelor Economics and Mathematics
Bachelor Educational Studies
Bachelor Engineering Dual Degrees
Bachelor English
Bachelor English and History
Bachelor English/Creative Writing
Bachelor Environmental Studies
Bachelor Ethics
Bachelor Film Studies
Bachelor French Studies
Bachelor German Studies
Bachelor Greek
Bachelor Hebrew
Bachelor Hindi
Bachelor History
Bachelor History and Religion
Bachelor Interdisciplinary Studies In Society and Culture
Bachelor International Studies
Bachelor Irish Studies
Bachelor Italian Studies
Bachelor Japanese
Bachelor Jewish Studie
Bachelor Journalism
Bachelor Latin
Bachelor Latin American and Caribbean Studies
Bachelor Linguistics
Bachelor Linguistics / Russian
Bachelor Mathematics
Bachelor Mathematics and Computer Sciences
Bachelor Mathematics/Political Science
Bachelor Medieval and Renaissance Studies
Bachelor Mediterranean Archeology
Bachelor Middle Eastern Studies
Bachelor Music
Bachelor Nursing
Bachelor Persian Language and Literature
Bachelor Philosophy
Bachelor Philosophy and Religion
Bachelor Physics
Bachelor Physics and Astronomy
Bachelor Political Science
Bachelor Portugese
Bachelor Pre Business Administration
Bachelor Pre Dentistry
Bachelor Pre Law
Bachelor Pre Medicine
Bachelor Pre Nursing
Bachelor Pre Physical Therapy
Bachelor Pre Physician Associate
Bachelor Pre Theology
Bachelor Pre Veterinary Medicine:
Bachelor Pre-Pharmacy
Bachelor Psychology
Bachelor Psychology/Linguistics
Bachelor Religion
Bachelor Religion and Classical Civilization
Bachelor Religion and Sociology
Bachelor Religion: Judaic Studies
Bachelor Russian and East Asian Languages and Cultures
Bachelor Russian and East European Studies
Bachelor Russian Languages and Culture
Bachelor Sanskrit
Bachelor Science
Bachelor Science, Culture and Society
Bachelor Sociology
Bachelor Spanish
Bachelor Theater Studies
Bachelor Visual Arts
Bachelor WomenS Studies
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Programs - Master - Emory University

Master Anthropology
Master Art History
Master Behavioral Sciences and Health Education
Master Biochemistry, Cell and Developmental Biology
Master Bioethics
Master Biomedical Engineering
Master Biostatistics
Master Business
Master Cancer Biology
Master Chemistry
Master Clinical Psychology
Master Clinical Research
Master Cognition and Development (Psychology)
Master Comparative Literature
Master Computer Science and Informatics
Master Development Practice
Master Economics
Master Educational Studies
Master English
Master Environmental Health Sciences
Master Epidemiology
Master Film Studies
Master French
Master Genetics and Molecular Biology
Master Graduate Division of Biological and Biomedical Sciences
Master Health Services Research and Health Policy
Master History
Master Immunology and Molecular Pathogenesis
Master Mathematics
Master Microbiology and Molecular Genetics
Master Molecular and Systems Pharmacology
Master Music
Master Neuroscience
Master Neuroscience and Animal Behavior (Psychology)
Master Nursing
Master Nutrition and Health Sciences
Master Philosophy
Master Physics
Master Political Science
Master Population Biology, Ecology, and Evolution
Master Religion
Master Sociology
Master Spanish
Master WomenS, Gender, and Sexuality Studies
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