Location: Lawrence, KS - USA
The University of Kansas (KU), founded in 1865, is a major public institution enrolling over 28,000 students at its Lawrence, Kansas. KU consistently earns high rankings for its academic programs and is ranked # 115 by the US News & World Report as a " Best National University."
Students find Kansas University is very popular as there are over 200 clubs, student organizations, activities, student government, athletics, social organizations, recreational opportunities and campus work options available on the campus.
Kansas University offers almost 350 degree program in areas including liberal Arts & Sciences; Art; Public Affairs & Administration; Architecture; Design & Planning; Business; Education; Engineering; Health Professions; Journalism & Mass Communications; Law; Medicine; Music; Nursing; Pharmacy; and Social Welfare and many more.
There are more than 190 undergraduate majors in the sciences, arts, and humanities that provide a firm foundation for almost any career choice.
The Agreement with the University of Kansas is a pathways program (includes English language study) and allows Undergraduate students and select Graduate students who need to enroll in either the Fall or Spring semester. Commission is paid for all programs.
Classes with fewer than 20 students – 52.2%
20-49 – 37%
50 or more – 10.8%
STUDENT GENDER DISTRIBUTION
Female – 51%
Male – 49%
Tuition and fees $26,592 (2017-18)
Room and board $10,060 (2017-18)