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Q.What is unique about the University?

Ans: The name and fame of the University is what attracts a number of applications every year. The wide range of courses that the university offers makes it one of the best Universities to study. It is known for its outstanding academic achievements and world-class faculties. The University has been able to have a mark globally. The university has been given the land-grant status and is also classified as “R1 Doctoral University” conducting high research activity.

Q. What is the ranking of the University of Arizona?

Ans: University of Arizona Rankings and Achievements are as follows:

According to the U.S News and World Report the rankings are as follows:

  • Ranked 103 in National Universities
  • Ranked 62 in best colleges for veterans
  • Ranked 122 in best value schools
  • Ranked 46 in most innovative schools
  • Ranked 143 in Top performers on social mobility
  • Ranked 46 in top public schools
  • Ranked 52 in best undergraduate engineering programs
  • Ranked 23 in Nursing

Other achievements are as follows:

  • According to the QS World Rankings the university is ranked 230.
  • According to the Center for World University Rankings, the University of Arizona ranked No. 52 in the world and 34 in the U.S.
  • The university is classified as “R1 Doctoral University” conducting high research activity.

 Q. Is it a large campus?

Ans: Yes it is huge campus. 

Q. What's the weather around the University of Arizona?

Ans: The weather is generally cold with temperatures dipping down to negative but at the same time summers are really hot and humid. 

Q. Who are the top Alumni of University of  Arizona?

Ans: University of Arizona Notable Alumni are as follows:

  • Terry Wimmer: Pulitzer prize winner
  • Roy J. Glauber: Nobel Prize winner
  • Nicolas Bloembergen: Nobel Prize winner
  • Jerry Bruckheimer: Film and television producer
  • Trevor Hoffman: baseball hall of fame
  • Brian Schmidt: Nobel Prize
  • Craig T. Nelson: Emmy award winning actor
  • Kristen Wiig: actress and comedian
  • Andre Lguodala: 2015 most valuable player
  • Dennis DeConcini: former U.S. Senator from Arizona

Q. Is it difficult to get into University of Arizona?

Ans: The University is quite lenient with its admission process and generally do accept the applications.

Q. What are the nearest Airports to reach University of Arizona?

Ans: University of Arizona Nearest Airports are as follows:

  • Tucson International airport
  • Phoenix esa gateway
  • Phoenix

Q. How many Campuses does the University have?

Ans. University of Arizona Campus is in Tucson. It is the main campus of the university that has around 179 buildings and also has the Arizona state museum. The campus is huge and magnificent. The campus is divided into four sections, the north, south, east and west.

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