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Emory University, a leading private institution globally known for its excellent liberal arts colleges, graduate and technical schools, and one of the world's leading health care networks, is situated on a magnificent campus in Atlanta, Georgia's historic Druid Hills neighborhood. Established in 1836 as a leading research university and one of only 65 universities in the Association of American Universities (AAU), Emory's passion, mission and resolve help to maintain and strengthen global societies through individual efforts and collective impacts.

The university empowers the active and enthusiastic pursuit of learning for a better future. Through teaching, research, and service, its faculty members play a key role in helping Emory achieve its vision of a research-driven, ethically committed, and diverse intellectual culture.

The University offers academic degrees and programs across nine campuses, with more than 70 undergraduate courses and hundreds of graduate and technical specialties. Students, faculty, and staff are building a welcoming and enterprising cultur... Read more

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World Ranking
80th
Source : US News
International Students
2,928
Acceptance Rate
16%
Student/Faculty Ratio
9:1
Male/Female Ratio
40:60
Average Tuition Fee Per Academic Year
$53,868
Average Cost of Living
$3,230
Application Fee
$75
Alumni Starting Salaries
Specializations/Levels Median Starting Salary
Neurobiology and Neurosciences$63,800
Ecology, Evolution, Systematics, and Population Biology$46,300
Biology$44,300
Real Estate$102,000
Finance$76,800
Accounting$73,600
Marketing$64,400
Business Administration, Management and Operations$63,200
Journalism$45,600
English Language and Literature$50,700
Rhetoric and English Composition$47,600
Romance Languages$69,600
Nursing$58,800
History$63,200
Mathematics$67,700
Applied Mathematics$65,800
Psychology$46,100
Economics$66,900
Political Science and Government$55,700
Sociology$44,300
Anthropology$37,800
Fine and Studio Arts$66,500
Film, Video and Photographic Arts$45,400
Cost of Living
Total
Average Cost

$3,230
Housing
$2,270
Food
$690
Daily Life
$100
Clothing
$170
These are the approx. & quarterly expenses that need to be incurred under various heads that are mentioned above.
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*All the data points mentioned above are approx. figures and has been collated from various sources based on the data of 2019-2020.