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.