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University of Kansas

  • QS World University Rankings
    387
  • StatusPublic
  • Research OutputVery High
  • Student/Faculty Ratio7
  • ScholarshipsYes
  • International Students2,014
  • SizeL
  • Total Faculty3,357

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The University of Kansas is a major public comprehensive research and teaching university fully accredited by the North Central Association/Higher Learning Commission. KU offers the highest-quality academic programs (149 bachelor, 123 masters, 96 doctorate and professional degree programs, and 61 graduate certificate programs.) The academic programs are supported by 12 libraries and several museums, including art and natural history. Top national ranked graduate programs in public administration, special education, occupational therapy, speech-language-pathology, environmental policy and management, education, petroleum engineering, and physical therapy provide outstanding academic opportunities. Excellent graduate programs are available in architecture, art, business, design, education, engineering (aerospace, architectural, bioengineering, chemical, civil, computer, computer science, electrical, environmental, engineering physics, engineering and project management, mechanical, and petroleum), health professions-including audiology, dietetics and nutrition, nurse anesthesia, and respiratory care, journalism, liberal arts, law, medicine, music, nursing, pharmacy  (medicinal chemistry, pharmaceutical chemistry, pharmacology and toxicology), and social welfare. The student population is 22% minority and comes from all 50 US states and 109 countries. The university has 2,900 faculty. The Applied English Center is fully accredited by CEA. The university provides a full range of student services, on-campus apartments, Graduate Teaching and Graduate Research Assistantships and other part-time employment opportunities. There are endless opportunities at the university, tuition/fees and housing costs are reasonable, and a graduate or professional degree from the University of Kansas is valued all over the world. Over the past several years the University has built several large buildings to support integrated learning and research. The new facilities include Engineering labs - Acoustic Reverberation Suite/ Anechoic Chamber; Biomaterials, Materials Characterization, Surface Characterization, Composite Materials Labs; Biofuels Research Suite; Engine Test Cell; Multi-use Innovation Labs and Greenhouse; Lutz Fracture & Fatigue, Sustainable Building Labs. Chemistry, Medicinal Chemistry, Physics, and Molecular Biosciences labs - low vibration area for materials and biology imaging work, fabrication clean room that will enable experiments on biomaterials and electronics, the University is home for NIH funded Center of Biotechnology.  Geology and Petroleum Engineering labs - Shared PVT and Micro Imaging facilities; Fluid Inclusion Geochemistry and Microscopy; Digital Rock Physics and Petrophysics; Geospectroscopy; Microscopy; Isotope Geochemistry; Keck-NSF Paleoenvironmental and Environmental Stable Isotope; Advanced PVT; 3D Visualization ; Biogeochemistry; Reservoir Teaching; Machine Learning; Organic Geochemistry and Paleontology; Groundwater Contaminant Remediation. Film, TV, Media fields have new state of the arts facilities with two-story sound stage, recording studio, high tech computer editing and animation lab facilities. The University of Kansas Medical Center is one of only 26 universities in the U.S. to be recognized with national designation by the National Institutes of Health for our cancer center, Alzheimer's disease center, and clinical and translational science institute. The Medical Center has a major new teaching facility for Medicine, Nursing and Health Professions fields that includes 6 simulation patient rooms - operating, labor & delivery, post-operating, anesthesia care, intensive care, med-surge, and emergency.

About

The University of Kansas is a major public comprehensive research and teaching university fully accredited by the North Central Association/Higher Learning Commission. KU offers the highest-quality academic programs (149 bachelor, 123 masters, 96 doctorate and professional degree programs, and 61 graduate certificate programs.) The academic programs are supported by 12 libraries and several museums, including art and natural history. Top national ranked graduate programs in public administration, special education, occupational therapy, speech-language-pathology, environmental policy and management, education, petroleum engineering, and physical therapy provide outstanding academic opportunities. Excellent graduate programs are available in architecture, art, business, design, education, engineering (aerospace, architectural, bioengineering, chemical, civil, computer, computer science, electrical, environmental, engineering physics, engineering and project management, mechanical, and petroleum), health professions-including audiology, dietetics and nutrition, nurse anesthesia, and respiratory care, journalism, liberal arts, law, medicine, music, nursing, pharmacy  (medicinal chemistry, pharmaceutical chemistry, pharmacology and toxicology), and social welfare. The student population is 22% minority and comes from all 50 US states and 109 countries. The university has 2,900 faculty. The Applied English Center is fully accredited by CEA. The university provides a full range of student services, on-campus apartments, Graduate Teaching and Graduate Research Assistantships and other part-time employment opportunities. There are endless opportunities at the university, tuition/fees and housing costs are reasonable, and a graduate or professional degree from the University of Kansas is valued all over the world. Over the past several years the University has built several large buildings to support integrated learning and research. The new facilities include Engineering labs - Acoustic Reverberation Suite/ Anechoic Chamber; Biomaterials, Materials Characterization, Surface Characterization, Composite Materials Labs; Biofuels Research Suite; Engine Test Cell; Multi-use Innovation Labs and Greenhouse; Lutz Fracture & Fatigue, Sustainable Building Labs. Chemistry, Medicinal Chemistry, Physics, and Molecular Biosciences labs - low vibration area for materials and biology imaging work, fabrication clean room that will enable experiments on biomaterials and electronics, the University is home for NIH funded Center of Biotechnology.  Geology and Petroleum Engineering labs - Shared PVT and Micro Imaging facilities; Fluid Inclusion Geochemistry and Microscopy; Digital Rock Physics and Petrophysics; Geospectroscopy; Microscopy; Isotope Geochemistry; Keck-NSF Paleoenvironmental and Environmental Stable Isotope; Advanced PVT; 3D Visualization ; Biogeochemistry; Reservoir Teaching; Machine Learning; Organic Geochemistry and Paleontology; Groundwater Contaminant Remediation. Film, TV, Media fields have new state of the arts facilities with two-story sound stage, recording studio, high tech computer editing and animation lab facilities. The University of Kansas Medical Center is one of only 26 universities in the U.S. to be recognized with national designation by the National Institutes of Health for our cancer center, Alzheimer's disease center, and clinical and translational science institute. The Medical Center has a major new teaching facility for Medicine, Nursing and Health Professions fields that includes 6 simulation patient rooms - operating, labor & delivery, post-operating, anesthesia care, intensive care, med-surge, and emergency.

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University highlights

University of Kansas is one of the top Public universities in Lawrence, United States. It is ranked #387 in QS Global World Rankings 2022.

QS World University Rankings

  • 2012
    #401- 450
  • 2014
    #=376
  • 2015
    #=371
  • 2016
    #393
  • 2017
    #373
  • 2018
    #=386
  • 2019
    #=367
  • 2020
    #372
  • 2021
    #383
  • 2022
    #387

Ranking criteria

28.8
Overall
15.3
Academic Reputation
13.3
Citations per Faculty
16.8
Employer Reputation
78.6
Faculty Student Ratio
39.5
International Faculty Ratio
11
International Students Ratio

Student & Staff

Total students
24,377

26%
74%

International students
2,014

48%
52%

Total faculty staff
3,357

967
2390

Total students
24,377

26%
74%

International students
2,014

48%
52%

Total faculty staff
3,357

2390
967

Scholarships

Yes
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