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University of Arizona

Founded
1885
Total students
46,932
International students
4,000
Student to staff ratio
17:1
Nationalities represented
120

Why University of Arizona?

As a global and national top-100 university, the University of Arizona can make a difference in a student’s education and résumé. Learn from award-winning faculty, including three Nobel Prize winners. Our students’ research can reach for the moon via our long-term partnership with NASA. See how we can take you to the top. From our main campus in Tucson to our UA Global Direct options, we are dedicated to helping international students start their academic journey from wherever they choose to learn. No matter where or how students start their studies, we can help them turn their US degree into a fulfilling career.

The world 100 university: where business meets tech

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Campus and location

University of Arizona campuses

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UA Campus

Tucson Campus

Tucson, home of the University of Arizona, is known for its Southwestern beauty. This region of the US is recognizable in films for its swirls of earthy orange rock formations and vivid candy-colored sunsets. Tourist destinations, like the Grand Canyon, are accessible by car in just over five hours.

Costs and Entry Requirements

Typical costs

While tuition fees, accommodation prices and food costs may vary depending on your chosen degree, student residences and personal spending habits, below you'll find an estimated cost of attendance at UA.

Academic year
2023/24

Cost

Approximate amount per year (USD)

Tuition Fees

$32,333 - $48,558

Accommodation

$6,600 - $13,900

Meals

$2,100 - $6,510

Insurance

$2,765 - $2,765

ESTIMATED TOTAL

$43,798

-

$71,733

Scholarships

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Entry requirements

Typical entry requirements for UA are shown below. Please note that specific admissions requirements may vary by academic program.

Academic Entry Requirements

GPA: 3 (3.5 GPA required for Freshman Engineering 3.7 GPA required for Freshman Pre-nursing)

English Language Requirements

IELTS: a minimum score of 6 (6.5 for competitive majors) (UG: Nursing, B.A. in Law, and all Engineering and Business programs require IELTS 6.5.Individual Graduate Programs may require higher scores than the Graduate College. Please review the Graduate Programs Catalog for more information.) TOEFL: a minimum score of 70 is required (79 for competive majors) (UG: Nursing, B.A. in Law, and all Engineering and Business programs require IELTS 79. Individual Graduate Programs may require higher scores than the Graduate College. Please review the Graduate Programs Catalog for more information.) Duolingo: 100 (105 for competitive majors) (UG: Nursing, B.A. in Law, and all Engineering and Business programs require Duolingo 105.) PTEA: a minimum score of 53 is required (Individual Graduate Programs may require higher scores than the Graduate College. Please review the Graduate Programs Catalog for more information.) TOEFL My Best Score Accepted?: Y Other Tests: ACT English 21, CEPT Full Academic Test 100, SAT Evidence-Based Reading and Writing 580 or higher, TOEFL Essentials Non-Competitive Majors Minimum Requirement 7.5, TOEFL Essentials Competitive Majors Minimum Requirement 8.5 Country Specific (UG: Nursing, B.A. in Law, and all Engineering and Business programs require CEPT Full Academic Test 110) Country Specific Link(s): https://everywhere.arizona.edu/country-requirements

Typical costs

While tuition fees, accommodation prices and food costs may vary depending on your chosen degree, student residences and personal spending habits, below you'll find an estimated cost of attendance at UA.

Academic year
2023/24

Cost

Approximate amount per year (USD)

Tuition Fees

$32,333 - $48,558

Accommodation

$6,600 - $13,900

Meals

$2,100 - $6,510

Insurance

$2,765 - $2,765

ESTIMATED TOTAL

$43,798

-

$71,733

Scholarships

Graduate ScholarshipsThis link will open in a new tab

Entry requirements

Typical entry requirements for UA are shown below. Please note that specific admissions requirements may vary by academic program.

Academic Entry Requirements

GPA: GPA 3.0 based on a 4.00 scale (3.5 GPA required for Freshman Engineering 3.7 GPA required for Freshman Pre-nursing)

English Language Requirements

IELTS: 7.0 (with no subject test below 6.0) (UG: Nursing, B.A. in Law, and all Engineering and Business programs require IELTS 6.5.Individual Graduate Programs may require higher scores than the Graduate College. Please review the Graduate Programs Catalog for more information.) TOEFL: a minimum score of 79 is required (UG: Nursing, B.A. in Law, and all Engineering and Business programs require IELTS 79. Individual Graduate Programs may require higher scores than the Graduate College. Please review the Graduate Programs Catalog for more information.) Duolingo: Not accepted for GD programs (UG: Nursing, B.A. in Law, and all Engineering and Business programs require Duolingo 105.) PTEA: a minimum score of 60 is required (Individual Graduate Programs may require higher scores than the Graduate College. Please review the Graduate Programs Catalog for more information.) TOEFL My Best Score Accepted?: Y Other Tests: CEPT Full Academic Test 110, TOEFL Essentials Minimum 9.5 (UG: Nursing, B.A. in Law, and all Engineering and Business programs require CEPT Full Academic Test 110) Country Specific Link(s): https://grad.arizona.edu/catalog/intladmissionsreqs/

Top Ranked Subjects

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Graduate: Business - Part-time Mba

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Graduate: Nursing - Master's

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Graduate: Law

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Graduate: Education

Careers

Careers after University of Arizona

  • Our robust career development team and employment fairs foster career success.

  • Take advantage of employability services including Handshake and Design Your Search.

  • See the results of an expert education. Fulbright scholars, Guggenheim fellowships, Nobel and Pulitzer Prize winners and members of the National Academies of Engineering, Inventors and Science are all among our awarded faculty.

A UA degree today. A career tomorrow.

  • 87% of undergraduates employed or enrolled in graduate studies full time 90 days after graduation.

  • 86% of graduates were employed full time at 90 days after graduation.

  • 89% of employers say UA grads exceed their peers.

Accommodation

Information about accommodation can be found on the University of Arizona’s website.

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Services and facilities

Bring your ideas to life with UA facilities.

  • Five state-of-the-art libraries to engage in your studies including ones specializing in science, engineering and health sciences.

  • The STEM Learning Center which facilitates institutional partnerships and access to high quality STEM experiences, resources, tools, and expertise.

  • The University of Arizona Center for Innovation (UACI) is designed to provide advising, resourcing and networking to startups with locations across the Southern Arizona region. By connecting startups to the University of Arizona, the UACI serves as a bridge between you and tech business leaders. The result of this relationship: high-paying jobs and fueling Southern Arizona’s economy.

  • UA’s Tech Launch Arizona turns the work of faculty, researchers and graduate students into commercial products. Tech Launch Arizona protects, analyzes and commercializes discoveries by directing them to licensing options, connecting researchers to industries and transforming inventions into intellectual property.

  • UA’s Tech Park partners with companies that specialize in advanced energy; arid lands agriculture and water; health and biosciences; defense and security; Intelligent transportation systems and smart vehicles; sustainable mining; and cross-cutting sectors of informatics, sustainability, and imaging.

  • The UA NASA space grant program is a fellowship that accepts six graduate students per year to promote space-related research to the public

How to apply

How to apply

Application deadlines

Fall: May 1 Spring: November 1 The Graduate College does not have specific application deadlines, we allow each department to set their own deadline.Please consult Graduate Catalog & Programs of Study to review each departments application deadline: https://grad.arizona.edu/catalog/

Application documents required to receive an offer

High School Transcripts: If you are currently in high school, the University of Arizona needs to see 9 11 grade work. If you have completed high school then Arizona needs to see 10 12 grade work. High School Diploma: If already completed high school English Test Score: https://everywhere.arizona.edu/english-proficiency Accounting Of Time: INTO AoC, Email, or University for required: All first-year students can apply through our Future Wildcat Application Portal, the Common Application, or the Coalition Application. University Transcript (transfer students): Have you attended any college or university outside of the United States during or post-high school? Unofficial transcripts from each institution you have attended are sufficient for initial evaluation.Have you attended any college or university inside the United States during or post-high school? You must submit official transcripts from each institution you have attended; send them electronically to REG-transcripts@email.arizona.edu Unofficial documents are permitted for evaluation purposes. You may upload unofficial transcripts for initial admission evaluation. If a transcript is not in English, a certified literal English translation must accompany the transcript. Programs requiring additional applications: https://www.nursing.arizona.edu/academics/bachelor-science-nursing-bsn/admissions

Testing codes

TOEFL: 4832 SAT: 4832 ACT: 0096 GRE: 4832 GMAT: 4832

Post-offer process

Confirmation deadlines

Fall: July 15 Spring: December 15 Confirmation dates may change. Please check with your admissions advisor for the latest information.

Preparing for arrival

Before arrival

Create Online Student Account: https://nextsteps.arizona.edu/nextsteps Register for Orientation: https://nextsteps.arizona.edu/nextsteps Apply for Housing (On-Campus and/or Off-Campus): https://housing.arizona.edu/yourUAhome Airport Transfer Options Available: https://global.arizona.edu/international-students/new-students Complete Immunization and Health Forms: https://nextsteps.arizona.edu/nextsteps Enroll in Student Health Insurance: https://health.arizona.edu/student-health-insurance Submit Final/Official Transcripts and Test Scores: Once formally admitted to the University of Arizona, official versions of transcripts from all previous colleges and universities attended will be required. Pay Tuition and Fees

After arrival

Attend Orientation: https://orientation.arizona.edu/international-student-orientation Register for Classes: https://nextsteps.arizona.edu/nextsteps Submit Final/Official Transcripts and Test Scores if not sent earlier: https://nextsteps.arizona.edu/nextsteps Pay Remaining Tuition and Fees if applicable: https://bursar.arizona.edu/payment/options How to Pay: https://bursar.arizona.edu/payment/options Health Screening: https://health.arizona.edu/international-students

How to apply

Apply via the University website and submit a DEW form https://apply.grad.arizona.edu/users/login https://dewaiverform.intoglobal.com/

Application deadlines

Fall: Varies by program Spring: Varies by program The Graduate College does not have specific application deadlines, we allow each department to set their own deadline.Please consult Graduate Catalog & Programs of Study to review each departments application deadline: https://grad.arizona.edu/catalog/

Application documents required to receive an offer

English Test Score: https://grad.arizona.edu/admissions/requirements/international-applicants#english-proficiency Accounting Of Time: https://apply.grad.arizona.edu/users/login University Transcript Proof of Degree: Yes if already holds a degree GRE/GMAT: The University of Arizona Graduate College does not require entrance exams, such as the Graduate Record Exam (GRE). However, many academic departments may require GRE scores. Please refer to our Program Descriptions guide for program-specific requirements. Reference Letters: https://grad.arizona.edu/admissions/admin/letters-recommendation Unofficial documents are permitted for evaluation purposes. Applicants must upload unofficial pdf versions of all transcripts when submitting their application in our GradApp system.

Testing codes

TOEFL: 4832 SAT: 4832 ACT: 0096 GRE: 4832 GMAT: 4832

Post-offer process

Confirmation deadlines

Confirmation dates may change. Please check with your admissions advisor for the latest information.

Preparing for arrival

Before arrival

Create Online Student Account: https://nextsteps.arizona.edu/nextsteps Register for Orientation: https://nextsteps.arizona.edu/nextsteps Apply for Housing (On-Campus and/or Off-Campus): https://housing.arizona.edu/yourUAhome Airport Transfer Options Available: https://global.arizona.edu/international-students/new-students Complete Immunization and Health Forms: https://nextsteps.arizona.edu/nextsteps Enroll in Student Health Insurance: https://health.arizona.edu/student-health-insurance Submit Final/Official Transcripts and Test Scores: https://nextsteps.arizona.edu/nextsteps Pay Tuition and Fees: https://bursar.arizona.edu/payment/options How to Pay: https://bursar.arizona.edu/payment/options

After arrival

Attend Orientation: https://orientation.arizona.edu/international-student-orientation Register for Classes: https://nextsteps.arizona.edu/nextsteps Submit Final/Official Transcripts and Test Scores if not sent earlier: https://nextsteps.arizona.edu/nextsteps Pay Remaining Tuition and Fees if applicable: https://bursar.arizona.edu/payment/options Health Screening: https://health.arizona.edu/international-students

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