University of San Francisco
United States of America
University of San Francisco (USF) was established in 1855. It is a private university located in San Francisco, California. The main campus is called as “The Hilltop”. Different classes are offered in multiple locations. The university campus has everything that a metropolitan city has to offer.
The University comprises of 5 schools and colleges such as College of Arts & Sciences, School of education, School of law, School of Management, School of nursing & health professions. USF offers more than 100 programs. Some of the most popular programs include Nursing/Registered Nurse, finance and psychology, Business Administration and Management, General and Marketing/Marketing Management. The university follows a 4-1-4 based academic calendar.
The overall student population of the university is over 10,700 of which more than 6,700 students are enrolled at the undergraduate level. The student to faculty ratio at the university is 14:1and the acceptance rate is 71%.
The university students are also provided with internships and externships around the bay area from the companies throughout San Francisco. USF is categorized as a more selective university, according to U.S. News & World Report. It has more than 40 institutional partnerships with other universities throughout the world.
Notable Alumni: Clint Catalyst (Writer, spoken word performer, journalist), John C. Houlihan (Former Mayor of Oakland, California), Alejandro Toledo (Former President of Peru), Joe Rosenthal (Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer), Delia Gallagher (CNN journalist)
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