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University of Washington was established in 1861. It is one of the oldest universities situated on the west coast. The university’s main campus is spread on over 703-acres of land. The university has 140 departments. The University of Washington is one of the highest ranked public universities in the United States of America. 

In 1990, University of Washington opened its new campuses in Bothell and Tacoma as well. For the first time the freshmen classes in these campuses were started in 2006.

University Programs, Courses and School

The University of Washington’s 14 schools and colleges are located in three campuses Seattle, Bothell and Tacoma these campus offers wide learning opportunities and challenges to the students. The 14 school and colleges the University of Washington are;

  • College of Arts & Sciences
  • College of Built Environments
  • Michael G. Foster School of Business
  • Paul G. Allen School of Computer Science & Engineering
  • School of Dentistry
  • College of Education
  • College of Engineering
  • College of the Environment
  • The Graduate School
  • Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies
  • School of Law
  • The Information School
  • School of Medicine
  • School of Nursing
  • School of Pharmacy
  • Daniel J. Evans School of Public Policy & Governance
  • School of Public Health
  • School of Social Work

University Achievements

The University of Washington is a renowned university of the USA. It is ranked number 7 in the world on the U.S. News & World Report’s Best Global Universities rankings, the University of Washington educates more than 54,000 students every year.

University USP

The University of Washington is famous for its medical engineering and scientific research as well as its highly competitive computer science, information, engineering, law, architecture and business schools. 

University Alumni


Amit Ranade,



Ben Franz-Knight,

Past President


  • Kris Lambright,

  • Joe M. Davis II,
    Vice President

  • Nate Fulton, 


  • Bettina Carey,

  • Erin McCallum,
    Assistant Secretary and
    Legislative Advocacy Committee Chair

  • Paul Rucker,
    Executive Director
    Ex Officio


  • Courtney Acoff,
    At-Large Trustee

  • Emily Anderson,
    At-Large Trustee

  • Michael Brown,
    At-Large Trustee

  • Skyler Brown,
    At-Large Trustee

  • Pam Cleaver,At-Large Trustee,2020–23

  • Deborah Fournier,
    At-Large Trustee

  • Mark Glenn,
    At-Large Trustee

  • Evelyn Hernandez,
    At-Large Trustee

  • Tanya Kumar,
    At-Large Trustee

  • Solynn McCurdy,
    At-Large Trustee

  • Mark Ostersmith,
    At-Large Trustee

  • Sabrina Taylor, ’13
    At-Large Trustee

University Infrastructure and Services


The University of Washington has three campuses located in Washington;


University of Washington Bothell, is renowned for providing best student experience in close relationship with faculty as researchers, teachers and guides and the personal support of staff who are determined to student success. University’s faculty and staff are recognized for innovations in academic programming and support services which are designed to help students in graduating on time and that too debt-free.

University of Washington Bothell, places primarily value on community engagement, diversity and sustainability. This campus is also unique due its focus on connected learning and cross-disciplinary research, scholarship and creative practice.


University of Washington Seattle, is the main campus which is spread over in the area of 703-acres of land. It is one of the oldest university campuses situated on the west coast. This campus offers more than 12,000 bachelor’s, master’s, doctoral and professional degrees every year. Seattle consists of nearly 100-neighborhoods and districts, with a unique experience for everyone. Nearby the campus there are many restaurants, coffeehouses, retail shops, and other services which help students a lot.


The University of Washington Tacoma, encourages a growing and equitable society by educating diversity of learners and spreading knowledge through partnership and collaboration with all communities. As an urban education institution, it provides an environment and opportunity to every individual to succeed. It helps and encourages students in scholarship and research work to face the challenges. The university tries to partner and collaborate for the student’s betterment. The University of Washington Tacoma always values the excellence of students, diversity among individuals and innovative ideas.


The University of Washington libraries are student-centered academic libraries. It welcomes over 5 million users every year to its 16 libraries on three campuses. It provides 24/7 online help by collaborating with other academic libraries around the world. It also uses assessment tools to receive accurate feedback from students, faculty and staff to enhance their collections and services. The libraries are home to the largest library collection in the Pacific Northwest area with more than 9 million books, journals, millions of microforms, thousands of maps, rare books, film, audio and video recordings which provides knowledge to students. Students can access thousands of academic e-journals, e-books, databases, streamed audio and video online.

Housing Services-

On-campus- University of Washington, Housing & Food Services (HFS) is an important partner of the University to provide exotic student life. HFS facilitates students with housing that meets their needs, promotes community, supports their academic success, encourages leadership development and social connections, and helps in campus involvement. As a self-sustaining department, HFS works without any outside financial assistance. The services it provides are paid directly by those who benefit from them like residents, customers and guests. According to 2021-22 data it can accommodate over 10,000 individuals. It has two residential dining places—Local Point and Center Table and three student community centers.

Off-campus- Apartments are residential places inside a large building. When an individual rents an apartment, students generally will have their own kitchen, bedroom, living room and bathroom. A studio apartment is the smallest type of apartment, with a combined kitchen, sleeping area and living area into a single room. In a shared house, a student rents a single room. Students might have to share a bathroom, kitchen and living room with other people. They may also have to contribute to household work.

Medical Services-

University of Washington Seattle offers a broad range of health and wellness services, from exceptional medical care and counselling services to recreation classes, safety resources, peer health issues, training and many other services are available. Most services on the university’s website are limited to current matriculated University of Washington Seattle students, while other facilities are open to faculty, staff members and to the general public.

Students Clubs-

Joining a club or society is one of the best possible ways to get more out of your time at the University of Washington. There is a large choice of things to do offered by the recreation department. Some of the activities are listed below-

  • Fitness
  • Golf range 
  • Friday activity nights
  • Gear garage
  • Intramural sports
  • Nutrition program
  • Personal training
  • Yoga & meditation

University Location

1400 NE Campus Parkway, Seattle, WA, 98195-4550

Contact number- 206-543-2100

International Student Info

Courses Offered –

College of Arts and Sciences-

  • African Studies -- See Jackson School of International Studies
  • American Ethnic Studies
  • Afro-American Studies (AFRAM)
  • American Ethnic Studies (AES)
  • Asian-American Studies (AAS)
  • Chicano Studies (CHSTU)
  • Swahili (SWA)
  • Tagalog (TAGLG)
  • American Indian Studies (AIS)
  • Anthropology
  • Anthropology (ANTH)
  • Archaeology (ARCHY)
  • Biological Anthropology (BIO A)
  • Applied Mathematics
  • Applied Mathematics (AMATH)
  • Computational Finance and Risk Management (CFRM)
  • Arctic Studies (ARCTIC)
  • School of Art, Art History, and Design
  • Art (ART)
  • Art History (ART H)
  • Design (DESIGN)
  • Asian Languages and Literature
  • Asian Languages and Literature (ASIAN)
  • Bengali (BENG)
  • Chinese (CHIN)
  • Hindi (HINDI)
  • Indian (INDN)
  • Indonesian (INDO)
  • Japanese (JAPAN)
  • Korean (KOREAN)
  • Sanskrit (SNKRT)
  • South Asia (S ASIA)
  • Thai (THAI)
  • Urdu (URDU)
  • Vietnamese (VIET)
  • Astrobiology and Early Evolution (ASTBIO)
  • Astronomy (ASTR)
  • Biology (BIOL)
  • Botany -- See Biology (BIOL)
  • Canadian Studies -- See Jackson School of International Studies
  • Center for Statistics and Social Sciences (CS SS)
  • Center for Studies in Demography and Ecology (CSDE)
  • Center for the Humanities (HUM)
  • Chemistry (CHEM)
  • China Studies -- See Jackson School of International Studies
  • Cinema and Media Studies
  • Cinema and Media Studies (CMS)
  • Comparative Literature (C LIT)
  • Classics
  • Classical Archaeology (CL AR)
  • Classical Linguistics (CL LI)
  • Classics (CLAS)
  • Greek (GREEK)
  • Latin (LATIN)
  • Communication
  • Communication (COM)
  • Communication Leadership (COMMLD)
  • Comparative History of Ideas (CHID)
  • Comparative Religion -- See Jackson School of International Studies
  • Computer Science (See Computer Science and Engineering)
  • Dance (DANCE)
  • Digital Arts and Experimental Media (DXARTS)
  • Disability Studies (DIS ST)
  • Drama (DRAMA)
  • Economics (ECON)
  • English (ENGL)
  • European Studies -- See Jackson School of International Studies
  • French and Italian Studies
  • French (FRENCH)
  • Italian (ITAL)
  • Textual and Digital Studies (TXTDS)
  • Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies (GWSS)
  • General Studies
  • General Studies (GEN ST)
  • Individualized Studies (INDIV)
  • Geography (GEOG)
  • German Studies (GERMAN)
  • Greek (Modern) -- See International Studies (Language) (JSIS C)
  • Hellenic Studies -- See Jackson School of International Studies
  • History
  • Ancient and Medieval History (HSTAM)
  • Comparative and Transregional History (HSTCMP)
  • History of Africa and the Middle East (HSTAFM)
  • History of Asia (HSTAS)
  • History of Latin America and the Caribbean (HSTLAC)
  • History of Modern Europe (HSTEU)
  • History of North America (United States and Canada) (HSTAA)
  • History Seminars and Independent Studies (HSTRY)
  • History and Philosophy of Science (HPS)
  • Honors -- See Undergraduate Interdisciplinary Programs
  • Humanities (See Center for the Humanities)
  • Integrated Science (INTSCI)
  • Integrated Social Sciences (ISS)
  • Jackson School of International Studies
  • Comparative Religion (RELIG)
  • International Studies (Gateway/Core) (JSIS)
  • International Studies (Area Studies) (JSIS A)
  • International Studies (Global/Thematic) (JSIS B)
  • International Studies (Comparative Religion/Jewish Studies) (JSIS C)
  • International Studies (JSIS D)
  • International Studies (Language) (JSIS E)
  • Jewish Studies (JEW ST)
  • Japan Studies -- See Jackson School of International Studies
  • Jewish Studies -- See Jackson School of International Studies
  • Korean Studies -- See Jackson School of International Studies
  • Labor Studies (LABOR)
  • Latin America and Caribbean Studies -- See Jackson School of International Studies
  • Law, Societies, and Justice (LSJ)
  • Linguistics
  • American Sign Language (ASL)
  • Linguistics (LING)
  • Mathematics (MATH)
  • Microbiology (MICROM) -- See Microbiology under School of Medicine
  • Music
  • Music (MUSIC)
  • Music - Applied (MUSAP)
  • Music Education (MUSED)
  • Music Ensemble (MUSEN)
  • Music History (MUHST)
  • Music Performance (MUSICP)
  • Near Eastern Languages and Civilization
  • Arabic (ARAB)
  • Aramaic (ARAMIC)
  • Coptic (COPTIC)
  • Egyptian (EGYPT)
  • Ge'ez (GEEZ)
  • Hebrew
  • Biblical Hebrew (BIBHEB)
  • Modern Hebrew (MODHEB)
  • Near Eastern Languages and Civilization (NEAR E)
  • Persian (PRSAN)
  • Turkic (TURKIC)
  • Chagatai (CHGTAI)
  • Kazakh (KAZAKH)
  • Kyrgyz (KYRGYZ)
  • Uygur (UYGUR)
  • Uzbek (UZBEK)
  • Turkish (TKISH)
  • Ugaritic (UGARIT)
  • Neuroscience
  • Neurobiology (NBIO)
  • Neuroscience (NEUSCI)
  • Philosophy
  • Ethics (ETHICS)
  • Philosophy (PHIL)
  • Physics (PHYS)
  • Political Science (POL S)
  • Psychology
  • Applied Child and Adolescent Psychology (PSYCAP)
  • Clinical Psychology (PSYCLN)
  • Psychology (PSYCH)
  • Romance Languages and Literature
  • See French and Italian Studies
  • See Spanish and Portuguese Studies
  • Russian and Eastern European Studies -- See Jackson School of International Studies
  • Scandinavian Studies
  • Danish (DANISH)
  • Estonian (ESTO)
  • Finnish (FINN)
  • Latvian (LATV)
  • Lithuanian (LITH)
  • Norwegian (NORW)
  • Scandinavian (SCAND)
  • Swedish (SWED)
  • Slavic Languages and Literatures
  • Bosnian/Croatian/Montenegrin/Serbian (BCMS)
  • Bulgarian (BULGR)
  • Czech (CZECH)
  • Georgian (GEORG)
  • Global Literary Studies (GLITS)
  • Polish (POLSH)
  • Romanian (ROMN)
  • Russian (RUSS)
  • Slavic Languages and Literatures (SLAVIC)
  • Slovenian (SLVN)
  • Ukrainian (UKR)
  • Sociology (SOC)
  • South Asian Studies -- See Jackson School of International Studies
  • Southeast Asian Studies -- See Jackson School of International Studies
  • Spanish and Portuguese Studies
  • Portuguese (PORT)
  • Spanish (SPAN)
  • Spanish Linguistics (SPLING)
  • Speech and Hearing Sciences (SPHSC)
  • Statistics (STAT)
  • Women Studies (WOMEN) -- See Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies (GWSS)
  • Zoology -- See Biology (BIOL)

College of Built Environments-

  • Architecture (ARCH)
  • Built Environment (B E)
  • Construction Management (CM)
  • Landscape Architecture (L ARCH)
  • Real Estate (R E)
  • Urban Planning
  • Community, Environment, and Planning (CEP)
  • Infrastructure Planning and Management (IPM)
  • Urban Planning (URBDP)

Foster School of Business-

  • Accounting (ACCTG)
  • Business Administration
  • Administration (ADMIN)
  • Business Administration (B A)
  • Business Administration Research Methods (BA RM)
  • Business Analytics (BUS AN)
  • Business Communications (B CMU)
  • Business Economics (B ECON)
  • Entrepreneurship (ENTRE)
  • Finance (FIN)
  • Information Systems (I S)
  • Information Systems Master of Science (MSIS)
  • International Business (I BUS)
  • Management (MGMT)
  • Marketing (MKTG)
  • Operations Management (OPMGT)
  • Quantitative Methods (QMETH)
  • Supply Chain Management (SCM)

School of Dentistry-

  • Dentistry
  • Dental Clinical (DENTCL)
  • Dental Electives (DENTEL)
  • Dental Foundations (DENTFN)
  • Dental General Practice (DENTGP)
  • Dental Hygiene (D HYG)
  • Dental Pre-Clinical (DENTPC)
  • Dental Public Health Sciences (DPHS)
  • Dental Selective (DENTSL)
  • Dentistry (DENT)
  • Oral Surgery (O S)
  • Pedodontics (PEDO)
  • Endodontics (ENDO)
  • Oral Biology (ORALB)
  • Oral Health Sciences (OHS)
  • Oral Medicine (ORALM)
  • Orthodontics (ORTHO)
  • Periodontics (PERIO)
  • Prosthodontics (PROS)
  • Restorative Dentistry (RES D)

College of Education-

  • Curriculum and Instruction (EDC&I)
  • College of Education (EDUC)
  • Early Care and Education (ECE)
  • Early Childhood and Family Studies (ECFS)
  • Education (Teacher Education Program) (EDTEP)
  • Educational Leadership and Policy Studies (EDLPS)
  • Educational Psychology (EDPSY)
  • Special Education (EDSPE)

College of Engineering-

  • Aeronautics and Astronautics
  • Aeronautics and Astronautics (A A)
  • Aerospace Engineering (A E)
  • Chemical Engineering
  • Chemical Engineering (CHEM E)
  • Nanoscience and Molecular Engineering (NME)
  • Civil and Environmental Engineering
  • Civil and Environmental Engineering (CEE)
  • Construction, Energy, and Sustainable Infrastructure (CESI)
  • Environmental Engineering (CEWA)
  • Structural and Geotechnical Engineering and Mechanics (CESG)
  • Transportation Engineering (CET)
  • Computer Science and Engineering
  • Computer Science and Engineering (CSE)
  • Computer Science and Engineering -- Accelerated Master’s Program (CSE M)
  • Computer Science and Engineering -- Data Science (CSE D)
  • Computer Science and Engineering -- Professional Master’s Program (CSE P)
  • Electrical and Computer Engineering (E E)
  • Engineering (ENGR)
  • Human Centered Design and Engineering (HCDE)
  • Industrial Engineering (IND E)
  • Materials Science and Engineering (MSE)
  • Mechanical Engineering (M E)

College of the Environment-

  • Aquatic and Fishery Sciences (FISH)
  • Atmospheric Sciences (ATM S)
  • College of the Environment
  • College of the Environment (C ENV)
  • Science Teaching (SCI T)
  • Earth and Space Sciences (ESS)
  • Program on the Environment (ENVIR)
  • School of Environmental and Forest Sciences
  • Bioresource and Science Engineering (BSE)
  • Environmental Science and Resource Management (ESRM)
  • School of Environmental and Forest Sciences (SEFS)
  • Friday Harbor Labs (FHL)
  • School of Marine and Environmental Affairs (SMEA)
  • Marine Biology (MARBIO)
  • Oceanography (OCEAN)
  • Center for Quantitative Science
  • Quantitative Science (Q SCI)
  • Quantitative Ecology and Resource Management (QERM)
  • Quaternary Sciences (QUAT)

The Information School-

  • Informatics (INFO)
  • Information Management and Technology (IMT)
  • Information Science (INSC)
  • Information Technology Applications (ITA)
  • Library and Information Science (LIS)
  • Library Information Technology in Schools (LITS)

Interdisciplinary Graduate Programs-

  • Biomolecular Structure and Design (BMSD)
  • Data Science (DATA)
  • Graduate School (GRDSCH)
  • Human-Computer Interaction Design (HCID)
  • Individual PhD (IPHD)
  • Molecular and Cellular Biology (MCB)
  • Molecular Engineering (MOLENG)
  • Museology (MUSEUM)
  • Near and Middle Eastern Studies (N MES)
  • Neurobiology and Behaviour (NEUBEH)
  • Neuroscience (NEURO)
  • Nutritional Science (NUTR)
  • Science, Technology, and Society Studies (STSS)
  • Technology Innovation (TECHIN)

Interschool or Intercollege Programs-

  • Bioengineering
  • Bioengineering (BIOEN)
  • Pharmaceutical Bioengineering (PHARBE)
  • Global Health (G H)
  • University Conjoint Courses (UCONJ)

School of Law-

  • Law (LAW)
  • Law A (LAW A)
  • Law B (LAW B)
  • Law C (LAW C)
  • Law E (LAW E)
  • Law (Health) (LAW H)
  • Law (Intellectual Property) (LAW P)
  • Law (Taxation) (LAW T)

School of Medicine-

  • Anaesthesiology (ANEST)
  • Biochemistry (BIOC)
  • Bioethics and Humanities (B H)
  • Biological Structure (B STR)
  • Biomedical Informatics and Medical Education (BIME)
  • Comparative Medicine (C MED)
  • Conjoint Courses (CONJ)
  • Family Medicine (FAMED)
  • Genome Sciences (GENOME)
  • Global Health (G H)
  • Health Metrics Sciences (HMS)
  • Human Biology (HUBIO)
  • Immunology (IMMUN)
  • Laboratory Medicine (LAB M)
  • Medicine, Department of
  • Emergency Medicine (MED EM)
  • Genetic Counselling (GCNSL)
  • Medicine (MED)
  • Medicine Elective Clerkships (MEDECK)
  • Medicine Required Clerkships (MEDRCK)
  • Medical Science (MEDSCI)
  • Microbiology (MICROM)
  • Neurological Surgery (NEUR S)
  • Neurology (NEURL)
  • Obstetrics and Gynaecology (OB GYN)
  • Ophthalmology (OPHTH)
  • Orthopaedics (ORTHP)
  • Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery (OTOHN)
  • Pathology (PATH)
  • Paediatrics (PEDS)
  • Pharmacology (PHCOL)
  • Physiology and Biophysics (P BIO)
  • Psychiatry and Behavioural Sciences (PBSCI)
  • Radiation Oncology (R ONC)
  • Radiology (RADGY)
  • Rehabilitation Medicine
  • Prosthetics and Orthotics (RHB PO)
  • Rehabilitation Medicine (REHAB)
  • Surgery (SURG)
  • Urology (UROL)

School of Nursing-

  • Nursing
  • Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health (IECMH)
  • Nursing (NSG)
  • Nursing (NURS)
  • Nursing Clinical (NCLIN)
  • Nursing Methods (NMETH)

School of Pharmacy-

  • School of Pharmacy

  • Health Economic Outcomes Research (HEOR)
  • Medicinal Chemistry (MEDCH)
  • Pharmaceutics (PCEUT)
  • Pharmacy (PHARM)
  • Pharmacy (PHRMCY)
  • Pharmacy Practice (PHARMP)
  • Pharmacy Practice (PHRMPR)
  • Pharmacy Regulatory Affairs (PHRMRA)

Daniel J. Evans School of Public Policy and Governance-

  • Public Affairs Executive MPA (PA EX)
  • Public Policy (PUBPOL)
  • Public Policy and Management (PPM)

School of Public Health-

  • Biostatistics (BIOST)
  • Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences
  • Environmental Health (ENV H)
  • Epidemiology (EPI)
  • Global Health (G H)
  • Health Systems and Population Health
  • Health Informatics and Health Information Management (HIHIM)
  • Health Services (HSERV)
  • Health Services Management (HSMGMT)
  • Nutritional Science (NUTR) -- See Interdisciplinary Graduate Programs
  • Pathobiology (PABIO)
  • Public Health Genetics (PHG)
  • School of Public Health
  • Public Health Interdisciplinary (PHI)
  • School of Public Health (SPH)

Reserve Officers Training Corps Programs-

  • Aerospace Studies (A S)
  • Military Science (M SCI)
  • Naval Science (N SCI)

Social Work-

  • Social Welfare BASW (SOC WF)
  • Social Welfare (SOC WL)
  • Social Work (MSW) (SOC W)

Undergraduate Interdisciplinary Programs-

  • Arctic Studies (ARCTIC)
  • Honors (HONORS)
  • Leadership (LEAD)

International Student Support-

The University of Washington is home to about 8,000 international students which represents more than 100 countries. International Student Services (ISS) staff helps international students with F-1 or J-1 visas who are enrolled in undergraduate, graduate, and professional degree programs. ISS helps in various ways-

  • guides on F-1 or J-1 immigration status while being in the university
  • helps in getting F-1 and J-1 immigration benefits
  • ensure university and student consent with immigration policies
  • provides educational tools, including workshops and tutorials to score good in academics

International Student Contact-

In-Person Front Desk
Schmitz Hall 459
Mon-Thurs: 1 PM - 4PM

ISS Virtual Front Desk Hours
Mon-Friday: 9 am - 11 am
Friday: 2 pm - 4 pm

Contact Number- 206-221-7857

Student Life

Student Society-

The student society motivates University of Washington students to enrol themselves in student activities as it is an amazing way of experiencing personal growth, meet new students, share common interests with other students, teachers and staff. The goal of student activities is to help students in developing skills in leadership, event planning and management, decision-making, communication, goal setting, marketing and promotion, but the main purpose is to make an individual's life fun and memorable.

Sports and Fitness-

Joining a sports club is one of the best possible ways to get more out of your time at the University of Washington. There is a large choice of things to do offered by the recreation department. Some of the sports activities are listed below-

  • Fitness
  • Golf range 
  • Friday activity nights
  • Gear garage
  • Intramural sports

Food and Drinks-

Hungry Husky manages the food pantry department at University of Washington. The Housing and food services (HFS) helps the hungry husky to provide groceries to students as well as HFS provide nutritious food to the students in the campus. Many restaurants are also present around the campus to eat delicious food. 

Short-term getaways-

There are many options available for weekend getaways within a short drive or ferry ride. From the peaks of the North Cascades to the tourist friendly San Juan Islands. Famous places to visit around University of Washington are Olympic National Park, Deception Pass, and the Winthrop Valley gives the fun experience.

Student Safety

Students of University of Washington can seek help from the university’s office. Students can report a concern if they experience any sexual violence, harassment or bullying. The University of Washington police departments are ready to help students at any time.


The University of Washington provides scholarships in everything from academic and research activities to community service and musical talents. Students are considered for some scholarship programs automatically as part of their admission or financial aid applications, while other scholarships are available through different departments once an individual is enrolled as a student.


Global Rankings-

  • US News- 7
  • QS- 85
  • Times Higher Education- 29
  • GTU Rank- 29

Application Requirement

Average Academic Score

  • GPA- 3.6
  • IB-37
  • Percentage- 80%
  • Acceptance Rate- 45%

Average Entrance Score 

  • IELTS- 6
  • TOEFL- 76
  • SAT-1325
  • ACT- 29
  • GRE-316
  • GMAT- 696
  • GRE Quantitative- 151
  • GRE Verbal- 165


Freshman deadlines

September 1: University of Washington section of the Coalition Application opens.

November 16: application deadline for summer and autumn quarters 

December 31: test score deadline for summer and autumn quarters

Postbaccalaureate deadlines

December 15: application opens for summer and autumn quarters

February 15: application deadline for summer and autumn quarters 

University of Washington Programs

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IELTS score requirements

A strong proficiency in the English language is essential for admission into universities in United States of America. To be able to get a successful admission in University of Washington in United States of America students need to complete IELTS with a minimum score of 6.

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University of Washington Cost of studies


Bachelors: $38,340

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


University of Washington Deadlines

Undergraduate: Autumn and Summer: November 15, Winter: September 1

Graduate: Deadlines vary for each program.

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

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