University of New Mexico

United States of America

251st US-News World Ranking

Established in 1889, the University of New Mexico is a public university which situated in Albuquerque, New Mexico. It is one of the state’s largest employers and largest post secondary institution in total enrollment in all campuses. The university’s branch campuses are located in Los Alamos, Rio Rancho, Gallup, Los Lunas and Taos.

University of New Mexico has 15 schools/colleges: Anderson School of Management; College of Arts & Sciences; College of Education; College of Fine Arts; Graduate Studies;Honors College;College of Nursing; College of Pharmacy; College of Population Health; College of University Libraries & Learning Sciences; School of Architecture and Planning; School of Engineering; School of Law; School of Medicine; University College. The most popular majors at University of New Mexico include: Business, Management, Marketing, and Related Support Services, Education, Psychology, Biological and Biomedical Sciences and Social Sciences. University of New Mexico offers over 215 degree and certificate programs including 94 baccalaureate, 71 masters and 37 doctoral degrees. The university follows a semester-based academic calendar.

University of New Mexico has over 21,800 students of which more than 17,500 are enrolled in undergraduate courses. The student to faculty ratio at the university is 19:1 and the acceptance rate is 58%. The percentage of students granted financial aid is 96%.

With three Nobel laureates affiliated or associated, the university is categorized as an R1 doctoral university (highest research activity) in the Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education. The Princeton Review has listed University of New Mexico as a "Best Western College" and ranked its School of Engineering 14th out of the graduate engineering programs nationally.

Notable Alumni: Antoine Predock (American architect), Michael Cooper (American Basketball Coach), Gary Johnson (Former Governor of New Mexico)

 

 

Program
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Tuition Fees
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Standard Test
English

The UNM-ATEP includes both didactic (classroom) and clinical components. The clinical education allows the athletic training student (ATS) to apply theories and concepts learned in the classroom. The clinical education includes clinical hours with a variety of athletic teams at the high school, intercollegiate, clinical and professional levels. These experiences are invaluable in preparing the ATS for future employment opportunities.

Official high school transcripts, Typical SAT scores: Critical reading (520-660), Math (510-620), ACT Composite (19-25), Average GPA 2.5, TOEFL-PBT-520,CBT-190,IBT-68, IELTS-6.0,PTE-47

Athletic Trainers, Athletes & Sports Competitors, Umpires, Referees, & Other Sports Officials

15th Jun

English

Africana Studies is an interdisciplinary major degree-granting program which provides to the University community the African-American perspective to issues relevant to the education of all people, especially African Americans, for the 21st century. Some of the program courses are cross-listed with Political Science, Language, Literacy and Sociocultural Studies, American Studies, English, Communication and Journalism and other departments. All of these courses may be taken toward a degree, substitutes for required courses may be made with prior approval of the student s major department, or as electives

Official high school transcripts, Typical SAT scores: Critical reading (520-660), Math (510-620), ACT Composite (19-25), Average GPA 2.5, TOEFL-PBT-520,CBT-190,IBT-68, IELTS-6.0,PTE-47

Area, Ethnic, & Cultural Studies Teachers, Postsecondary

15th Jun

English

American Studies is designed for the student interested in the interdisciplinary study of American culture. It encourages flexibility and innovation within a general structure of areas of interest, including but not limited to: Cultural Studies; Southwest Studies; Environment, Science and Technology; Popular Culture; Gender and Sexuality Studies; Race, Class and Ethnicity. The student will work closely with an undergraduate advisor in putting together the major and must receive the advisor s approval for all course work. Nine hours of courses in American Studies may overlap with Arts and Sciences group requirements.

Official high school transcripts, Typical SAT scores: Critical reading (520-660), Math (510-620), ACT Composite (19-25), Average GPA 2.5, TOEFL-PBT-520,CBT-190,IBT-68, IELTS-6.0,PTE-47

Anthropology & Archeology Teachers, Postsecondary, Area, Ethnic, & Cultural Studies Teachers, Postsecondary, Middle School Teachers

15th Jun

English

The educational program is based on the premise that Anthropology more than any other discipline provides insights into who we are, how we became this way, and what our future might be. The more students understand about both the past and current nature of biological and cultural diversity, the better able they are to cope with complex problems and make meaningful contributions to society locally, nationally and internationally.

Official high school transcripts, Typical SAT scores: Critical reading (520-660), Math (510-620), ACT Composite (19-25), Average GPA 2.5, TOEFL-PBT-520,CBT-190,IBT-68, IELTS-6.0,PTE-47

Anthropology & Archeology Teachers, Postsecondary, Archeologists, Anthropologists, Social worker, Public administartor

15th Jun

English

The BAA is a pre-professional degree that prepares students for admittance to a two-year graduate program in architecture. The overall intent of the BAA degree program is to provide a firm grounding in the essential ideas, principles, theories and technologies that underlie the built environment.

Official high school transcripts, Typical SAT scores: Critical reading (520-660), Math (510-620), ACT Composite (19-25), Average GPA 2.5, TOEFL-PBT-520,CBT-190,IBT-68, IELTS-6.0,PTE-47

Architect, Urban and regional planner, Landscape architect

15th Jun

a) University online application or Application form

b) $25 application fee

c) Official high school transcript

d) Official SAT/ACT scores

e) Typical SAT scores: Critical reading (520-660), Math (510-620), ACT Composite (19-25)

f) Average GPA 2.5

g) TOEFL/IELTS/PTE scores if the applicant’s native language is not English.

h) TOEFL-PBT-520,CBT-190,IBT-68, IELTS-6.0,PTE-47

i) Acceptance rate: 45% (2014)

Requirements vary for each program. Please visit program page for specific requirements.

Fees

Undergraduate- Resident: $6,950, Non-resident: $22,800

Graduate- Resident: $7,780, Non-resident: $22,643

Fees vary for each program. Please visit program page for specific fees.

Cost of Living

The annual cost of living at University of New Mexico is $9,000 approx

Accommodation

Yes, the university has in campus dorm facilities.

Undergraduate: Fall-May 1, Spring-November 15, Summer-May 1

Graduate: Fall-May 1, Spring-October 1, Summer-March 1

Deadlines vary for each program. Please visit program page for specific deadlines.

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US News
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Shanghai
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Times Higher Education
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University Stats

21882

Students

797

International Students

17506

Undergraduates

4376

Postgraduate

2311

Faculty Strength

6

International Faculty

9

Student Faculty Ratio

45
%

Acceptance Rate

$
22800

Tuition Fees

$
9000

Living Cost

$
3800

Other Fees

2

Avg. GPA

* All cost are in USD