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Emory University

Emory University

+1 404-727-6123

201 Dowman Dr Atlanta, GA USA 30322

Emory University is a private university founded in 1836, making it the second oldest university in Georgia. It is affiliated with the United Methodist Church, but students from diverse religious and spiritual backgrounds attend. The university has nine schools, including its highly regarded business, medical and law schools. Emory’s alumni include NFL players, Grammy Award Winners, famous playwrights – and even the CEO of Dollar Shave Club.

Ranked 26 among American universities, Emory boasts a competitive acceptance rate of 19%. Its graduation rate is 91%. Tuition is $54,660 per year, with generous financial aid available to those who qualify. Nearly 15,000 students are enrolled at Emory, and almost half are graduate students. Emory offers over 80 undergraduate degrees and over 60 graduate degrees and programs. The university follows a semester-based academic calendar.

Located in Atlanta, Emory cultivates a rich student life. Emory students participate in many intercollegiate sports and activities, and they enjoy access to Atlanta’s vibrant culture and nightlife. Plus, the university offers a wide array of community-building programs and professional development opportunities. Large, local employers, such as Coca Cola Company and the Atlanta International Airport, provide many exciting internship and career opportunities.

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