Georgia State University History
Georgia State University also known as GSU or Georgia State is a public university constituent of the University System of Georgia and is based in the city of Atlanta, United States. The university was founded in 1913 as Evening School of Commerce of Georgia School of Technology and was eventually conferred university status in 1995.
Georgia State University Programs, Courses, and Schools
Georgia State University is home to 11 colleges which offer a wide range of programs ranging from bachelors, masters, and doctorates. The subjects on offer include Business Management, Law, Nursing, Public Health, Biomedical Sciences, Education, and Arts to name a few.
Georgia State University’s colleges include Honors College, Perimeter College, Andrew Young School of Policy Studies, College of the Arts, College of Arts & Sciences, J. Mack Robinson College of Business, College of Law, Byrdine F. Lewis College of Nursing and Health Professions, College of Education and Human Development, School of Public Health, and Institute for Biomedical Sciences.
Georgia State University Campuses
Georgia State University campus is located in downtown Atlanta and offers a fun and vibrant student life. The city of Atlanta is home to numerous dining, nightlife, recreational, and leisure opportunities in addition to its excellent connectivity to major cities in America and Europe. The university campus is a short walk from downtown and offers a wide range of services to students.
Georgia State University comprises of a largely urban campus with state-of-the-art lecture theatres, classrooms, libraries, study spaces, and parks. The university campus also houses tennis courts, gyms, health centres, restaurants, cafes, and shops in addition to on-campus accommodation.
Georgia State University Achievements
Georgia State University ranks 2nd and 3rd in the country for being the most innovative school and best undergraduate teaching respectively by US News and World Report. The university is also regarded as a research-intensive institution with very high research output by QS Top Universities.
Georgia State University is ranked amongst top 750 universities in the world by QS World University Rankings and in top 500 by Times Higher Education (THE) Rankings. Times Higher Education also puts the university in 601-800 brackets in US Rankings 2019.
Georgia State University USP
Georgia State University has an acceptance rate of 58.8% making this institution averagely selective. The university tuition fee ranges from USD 11,000 to USD 30,000 depending upon the type of student and course selected.
Georgia State University offers a number of scholarships and financial aids to meritorious students as well as numerous options to study abroad or go on a student exchange program within the United States and beyond.
Georgia State University Notable Alumni
Keisha Lance Bottoms (Mayor of Atlanta), John Burke (Grammy-nominated Pianist and Composer), Max Burns (former Congressman from Georgia), and Dru Castro (Musician and Grammy Award Winner).
Georgia State University Programs
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Georgia State University Cost of studies
Fees may vary for each program. Please visit the program page for specific fees.
Georgia State University Deadlines
Bachelors: FALL- April 1, SPRING- December 1, SUMMER- April 1
Masters: FALL- April 1, SPRING- December 1, SUMMER- April 1
Georgia State University Rankings
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