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What the University of Colorado Denver Has to Offer
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Why University of Colorado Denver?
Denver is the #2 best place to live in the United States according to US News & World Report. It’s a fast-growing city and an ideal location to launch students careers. The metropolitan area is home to hundreds of businesses, from entrepreneurial startups to Fortune 500 companies, nonprofits, health care facilities, and a major international airport. CU Denver works hard to connect students to real-world experiences that are relevant to their long-term career goals. CU Denver students are awarded over 600 highly coveted internships around the country every year. Students get mentorship and support before, during and after their internship to make sure they maximize their learning and professional experience. CU Denver strives to create welcoming and respectful learning environments, and foster a culture of inclusion. CU Denver has a great international community of 1,100 international students from 130 countries enrolled.
University of Illinois Chicago (UIC)
University of Colorado Denver (CU Denver) was founded in 1883 and is one top public urban research universities in the US, offering students teaching, learning, and research in the city. CU Denver is ranked in the top 5% of all universities in the US (US News & World Report), and has nine graduate programs ranked in the top 100. CU Denver is known for mentorship, research, business partnerships, and internationally renowned faculty, preparing students for emerging fields, and real-world learning environments. The school is located in Denver, Colorado, a thriving city located in the United States. Denver offers one of the strongest city economies, with one of the most educated workforces. There are more than 14,000 students on campus, making CU Denver one of the most diverse universities in Colorado. They have more than 42% of the study body coming from communities of color, and 7% international students.
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2. Environment Management & Policies
3. Business Programs
4. Public Administration & Management
5. Biomedical Engineering & Bioengineering
200+ Academic Programs to Choose From at University of Colorado Denver
- Bachelor of Arts – Computer Science
● Bachelor of Arts – Criminal Justice
● Bachelor of Arts – English – Creative Writing
● Bachelor of Arts – English – Film Studies
● Bachelor of Arts – Geography – Environmental Science
● Bachelor of Arts – International Studies
● Bachelor of Arts – Education and Human Development – Elementary Education
● Bachelor of Arts – Economics
● Bachelor of Arts – Anthropology
● Bachelor of Arts – English – Literature
● Bachelor of Arts – Fine Arts – Art History
● Master of Arts – Early Childhood Education
● Master of Arts – Economics
● Master of Arts – History
● Master of Arts – Political Science
● Master of Arts – Research and Evaluation Methods
● Master of Arts – Communication
Language Proficiency Requirements
IELTS: Minimum 6.5 Overall
Reading: 5.5 Minimum
Writing: 5.5 Minimum
Listening: 5.5 Minimum
Speaking: 5.5 Minimum
**Above score are for UG and PG Programs
International Freshman Scholarship Awarded for applications who demonstrate academic excellence.Scholarships range from $1,000 to $16,250.
*Disclaimer: Tuition fees, living costs, scholarships, and language requirements are subject to change and may vary by program.