University of North Carolina Charlotte

United States of America

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Established in 1946, the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, also known as UNC Charlotte, is a public research university located in Charlotte, North Carolina, United States. UNC Charlotte has three campuses: Charlotte Research Institute Campus, Center City Campus, and the main campus, located in University City. Students at the University of North Carolina Charlotte have the luxury of being by the state’s largest metropolitan area while still living in the nature-filled wooded campus.

UNC Charlotte offers 62 master’s programs, 23 doctoral degrees and 77 bachelor’s degree programs through nine colleges: the College of Arts and Architecture, the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences, the Belk College of Business, the College of Computing and Informatics, the Cato College of Education, College of Engineering, the College of Health and Human Services, the Honors College, and the University College. The most popular majors at University of North Carolina--Charlotte include: Business, Management, Marketing, and Related Support Services; Engineering; Health Professions and Related Programs; Psychology; and Social Sciences.

 The total student population at the university is more than 27,900 of which over 22,700 are enrolled in the undergraduate programs. The student to faculty ratio at the university is 19:1 and the acceptance rate is 63%. The university attracts students from over 100 countries across the globe.

Entrepreneurship is preached at Charlotte through the Partnership Outreach and Research to Accelerate Learning (PORTAL) facility, which is a center for global business pioneers. Students can apply for financial aid through FAFSA and they receive an aid offer that includes a combination of aid, based on their financial need and eligibility. Students can earn more than one type of financial aid.

Notable Alumni: Anne Magee Tompkins (American lawyer who served as the United States Attorney for the United States District Court for the Western District of North Carolina), Nicole Atkins (American singer-songwriter)

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Tuition Fees
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English

Econometrics is application of statistical methods to economic problems. For example, econometrics can be used to determine which factors predict whether a borrower will default on a loan and can be used to forecast trends.

Unofficial transcripts, Three letter of recommendation, Statement of purpose, TOEFL: IBT-83, IELTS-6.5

Economist, Financial risk analyst, Actuarial analyst, Chartered accountant, Forensic accountant, Investment analyst, Statistician and Management consultant

NA

English

Sleep science and neurodiagnostics are unique emerging health care professions dedicated to recording and studying the electrical activity of the brain, spinal cord, and peripheral nerves, the function of the cardiovascular system, and the function of the respiratory system. These procedures are vital in diagnosis and treatment of sleep disorders, diagnosis of nervous system disorders, as well as aiding in the diagnosis of behavioral, and psychiatric disorders.

Unofficial transcripts, Three letter of recommendation, Statement of purpose, TOEFL: IBT-83, IELTS-6.5

Neurodiagnostics and Neurodiagnostic Technologist

NA

English

The Bachelors of Science in Respiratory Therapy degree enhances the student s professional career in Respiratory Therapy with additional education in administration, research, education, and critical care. This program is a 2+2 program meaning that individuals are admitted to the University with an associate degree and they complete the last two years of the bachelor degree online through this program.

Unofficial transcripts, Three letter of recommendation, Statement of purpose, TOEFL: IBT-83, IELTS-6.5

Respiratory Therapists, Respiratory Therapy Technicians, Pulmonary Function Technologists and Health and Medical Services Managers.

NA

English

Preparation for a career in applied anthropology involves developing a special set of job skills, in addition to a breadth of anthropological knowledge. Students who pursue a Concentration in Applied Anthropology complete coursework that will help them develop these skills.

Official high school transcript, Typical SAT scores: Math (510-600), Critical reading (500-580), Writing (470-560), ACT Composite (22-25), Average GPA 3.90, TOEFL: IBT-70, PBT-523, IELTS-6.0

Community development worker, Social researcher, Market researcher, International aid/development worker, Museum/gallery curator, UX analyst and Higher education lecturer.

1st Feb

English

The Concentration in Applied Anthropology is designed to equip anthropology majors with the skills needed for a career in applied anthropology, an area with growing employment opportunities. Applied anthropologists work in educational institutions, museums, zoos, health care organizations, non-profits, the business world, and elsewhere. Preparation for a career in applied anthropology involves developing a special set of job skills, in addition to a breadth of anthropological knowledge. Students who pursue a Concentration in Applied Anthropology complete coursework that will help them develop these skills.

Official high school transcript, Typical SAT scores: Math (510-600), Critical reading (500-580), Writing (470-560), ACT Composite (22-25), Average GPA 3.90, TOEFL: IBT-70, PBT-523, IELTS-6.0

Anthropologist, Archaeologists, Geographers, Consultants

1st Feb

a) University online application

b) $60 application fee

c) Official high school transcript

d) Official SAT or ACT test scores.

e) Typical SAT scores: Math (510-600), Critical reading (500-580), Writing (470-560), ACT Composite (22-25)

f) Average GPA 3.90

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

h) TOEFL: IBT-70, PBT-523, IELTS-6.0

i) Acceptance rate: 64.1% (2014)

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

Fees

Undergraduate: Non-resident: $20,500

Graduate: Non-resident: $21,000

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

Cost of Living

The annual cost of living at the University of North Carolina, Charlotte is $12,450 approx.

Accommodation

Yes, the university has in campus dorm facilities.

Undergraduate: November 1

Graduate: Fall-August 15, Spring-January 1

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

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University Stats

27983

Students

643

International Students

22732

Undergraduates

5251

Postgraduate

1551

Faculty Strength

5

International Faculty

18

Student Faculty Ratio

$
20500

Tuition Fees

$
12450

Living Cost

3.9

Avg. GPA

37

Avg. IB

87
%

Avg. Percentage

* All cost are in USD