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University of Alabama - Birmingham is a public university in Birmingham, AL. It is a relatively well-rated college, currently ranked two hundred and twenty-third in the United States, with an acceptance rate of 92%. It is a larger sized institution with full-time enrollment of 10,160 undergraduates. Alabama - Birmingham offers 49 total majors across eight academic disciplines. The most often selected focuses are Nursing, Business, and Psychology, which collectively are chosen by 25% of the student body. If you are interested in majoring in health care management or public health in Alabama but don't have the best grades, Alabama - Birmingham is an excellent choice for you, because it ranks first in the state for both these subjects. Also, Alabama - Birmingham ranks 1st in Alabama on our most diverse colleges and best college locations lists. For in-state students, tuition costs $8,139 a year. Non-Alabama residents must pay $18,718 per year. Before you decide against applying due to cost constraints, be aware that an overwhelming majority of Alabama - Birmingham students receives at least some grant or scholarship funding. 59% of University of Alabama - Birmingham undergraduates graduate, awaiting to land their dream jobs. A couple years after college, graduates make a median yearly salary of $35,100. After four additional years in the job market, the alumni's average income grows 17.4% to $41,200, which is 2.7% greater than the national median salary. You may like to be aware that your high school GPA is required to apply and your high school rank is neither required nor recommended to apply. Furthermore, it does not have evening degree programs. Concerning your personal finances, be aware that Alabama - Birmingham offers a program that guarantees your tuition will stay the same during your enrollment and the average tuition for students from households with an income of $49k to $75k a year is about $16,997. Our college experts rated Alabama - Birmingham an 8.97 for its on-campus food and Alabama - Birmingham's professor rating on School Authority is 9.21. When it comes to life on campus, Alabama - Birmingham has on campus housing. To conclude, the highest-earning 25% of graduates rake in a starting salary of $50,800 or more and on average, Alabama - Birmingham students graduate with debts of $6,653 per year.
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