About University of Illinois at Chicago
Located in Chicago, the 3rd largest city in America, the University of Illinois at Chicago is the city’s premier public research university. With their land-grant heritage as a foundation, they pioneer innovative research that tackles global problems and expands the human experience. Illinois transformative learning experiences, in and out of the classroom, are designed to produce alumni who desire to make a significant, societal impact.
As Chicago’s only public research university, real-world problems are solved through innovation and discovery. Research at the University of Illinois at Chicago is re-shaping educational policy; developing cleaner, more sustainable energy; helping to make sense of today’s vast amounts of computer-generated data; and driving economic development by moving research to practical application.
 
Outstanding programs range from the creation of new medical diagnostic techniques to turning carbon dioxide into fuel. You will find opportunities to pursue your interests in depth with researchers on the cutting edge of discovery in the humanities, social sciences, natural and medical sciences and engineering.
 
Why Studying at University of Illinois at Chicago
The largest university in one of the world’s most vibrant cities. The University of Illinois at Chicago is an acclaimed research institution with 15 colleges dedicated to the discovery and distribution of knowledge.
For undergraduate students, UIC offers:
  • 86 bachelor’s programs to explore your interests and find the right program.
  • A low student-to-teacher ratio with 1 faculty member to every 18 students.
  • Top-tier faculty and dedicated staff to help you prepare for a fulfilling career.
As one of the most ethnically and culturally diverse universities in the country, UIC’s welcoming environment gives you the chance to study, work and grow with classmates who will broaden your perspectives and worldview.



Faculties

College of Applied Health Sciences
The college has five departments: biomedical and health information sciences, disability and human development, kinesiology and nutrition, occupational therapy, and physical therapy. 
 
College of Applied Health Sciences
The college has four schools: architecture, art and art history, design, and theatre and music. 
 
College of Business Administration
The college focuses on the core disciplines: accounting, finance, information management, marketing and management. 
 
College of Dentistry
Besides the Doctor of Dental Medicine degree, the college offers graduate degrees for future researchers and educators. 
 
College of Education
The college offers undergraduate and graduate programs to develop teachers, principals, researchers and community leaders. The goal: social change through education that fosters self-worth, self-confidence and self-advocacy.
 
College of Engineering
Engineering and computer science graduates excel in areas from biotechnology, cybersecurity and information technology to nanotechnology, civil infrastructure, and energy/environmental technology.
 
College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
By taking courses across a broad range of disciplines — including literature, biology, history, economics, foreign languages and more — students gain the critical skills to succeed in any field. 
 
College of Medicine
At the UIC College of Medicine, clinical experience begins in the first two years. Through joint degree programs, medical students can also earn a graduate degree in business, public health, law or science.
 
College of Nursing
 
College of Pharmacy
 
School of Public Health
Through partnerships with community groups and government agencies, students and faculty are involved in projects that include violence prevention, HIV/AIDS prevention, water quality, maternal and child health, emergency and disaster preparedness, asthma education and health disparities.
 
Jane Addams College of Social Work
As a premier institution for graduate study, the college is a recognized leader in social work research, education and service. 
 
College of Urban Planning and Public Affairs
The college and its two departments of Public Administration and Urban Planning and Policy improve the quality of urban life through education, research and community engagement in transportation, housing, economic development, policy analysis, government finance and more. 


Campuses

  • University of Illinois at Chicago Main Campus :
    1200 W Harrison St, Chicago, IL 60607, USA

  • Financials

  • Application Fee : $50
  • Tuition fees (Estimated) :
  • Undergraduate : $33,448 - $42,796
  • Postgraduate (Coursework) : $33,448 - $42,796
  • Postgraduate (Research) : $33,448 - $42,796


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