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Why UR

UR ranked No. 7 in the Institute of International Education’s Open Doors Survey of top 40 baccalaureate colleges hosting international students in 2014-15 and No. 27 among the nation’s best liberal arts colleges by U.S. News & World Report. Additionally, the Robins School of Business ranked No. 2 for academic quality and No. 16 among undergraduate business programs by Bloomberg Businessweek. Check out additional rankings and accolades.

Here are just a few things that help the University provide exceptional educational opportunities for students from around the world:

  • On-campus international student resources: The Office of International Education is the primary "port of call" for international students, advising on immigration, employment, health insurance, personal, cultural, and practical matters.
  • Engaging curricular and co-curricular programs: Thanks to the University's active campus life, students have regular opportunities to engage in a wide variety of interests and activities—both inside and outside of the classroom. Nearly all undergraduate students choose to live on campus, taking advantage of on-campus housing, dining, and recreation facilities.

Ask a Current International Student

International student peer mentors are available to provide international students with information they need to excel at the University, including information about University policies and procedures, and insight into the University's many academic, social, and cultural programs.