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Commissioned by the state of Georgia in 1785, the University of Georgia is the origin of public higher education in America, launching its nation’s great belief of world-class public education. As Georgia's flagship institution, the university is renowned for its commitment to student appreciation through an emphasis on rigorous learning experiences both within and outside the classroom, including hands-on study and leadership opportunities. These activities lead to the unprecedented degree of retention, graduation and job placement at the university.

Among public universities, the University of Georgia has been one of the nation’s leading three producers of Rhodes Scholars over the past two eras, and its honours program is rated as one of the top 10 in the country. The university is also home to the Peabody Awards, the most esteemed prize in electronic media. Situated in the Classic City of Athens, nearly an hour northeast of Atlanta, the university flourishes in a community that combines a culture-rich college town with a powerful economic centre.

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World Ranking
401st
Source : US News
International Students
2,291
Acceptance Rate
46%
Student/Faculty Ratio
17:1
Male/Female Ratio
43:57
Average Tuition Fee Per Academic Year
$31,000
Average Cost of Living
$3,200
Application Fee
$70
Alumni Starting Salaries
Specializations/Levels Median Starting Salary
Food Science$54,500
Landscape Architecture$49,600
Biochemistry, Biophysics and Molecular Biology$49,200
Biology$43,800
Ecology, Evolution, Systematics, and Population Biology$43,300
Microbiological Sciences and Immunology$33,900
Management Information Systems (MIS)$66,800
International Business$62,900
Finance$61,000
Accounting$60,200
Real Estate$53,400
Marketing$51,500
Business Administration, Management and Operations$51,200
Specialized Sales, Merchandising and Marketing Operations$45,500
Public Relations & Advertising$46,700
Communication and Media Studies$45,700
Journalism$44,900
Computer Systems Networking and Telecommunications$45,800
Education$42,100
Mechanical Engineering (ME)$63,600
Agricultural Engineering (AE)$62,200
Civil Engineering$62,000
Environmental Engineering$53,600
English Language and Literature$45,900
Romance Languages$52,300
Dietetics and Clinical Nutrition Services$50,300
History$46,500
Criminal Justice$40,900
Mathematics$68,300
Mathematics & Statistics$61,800
Health and Physical Education/Fitness$43,800
Philosophy$53,400
Religious Studies$51,300
Geological and Earth Sciences$46,300
Chemistry$43,200
Psychology$41,600
Social Work$36,300
Economics$58,700
International Relations$51,200
Geography and Cartography$48,700
Political Science and Government$48,700
Sociology$46,600
Anthropology$45,900
Music$60,900
Design and Applied Arts$40,700
Film, Video and Photographic Arts$40,700
Fine and Studio Arts$40,400
Drama and Theater Arts$37,400
Cost of Living
Total
Average Cost

$3,200
Housing
$2,200
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.