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University of Kansas is a public university located on a striking campus in Lawrence, KS. It is a relatively well-rated college, currently ranked one hundred and twenty-ninth in the United States, and has an acceptance rate of 92%. It is a bigger sized university with 18,008 full-time undergrads enrolled. 5% of graduates are awarded a Bachelor's degree in Journalism. Alternative highly demanded picks include Finance, Nursing, and Biology, but there are 85 options to select from. Its pharmacy program is ranked 15th in America, and its math, pharmacy, foreign languages, chemistry, and communications programs all ranks first in Kansas. Additionally, Kansas is 1st in KS for top colleges for international students and top colleges for veterans. Without any aid, in-state tuition is $11,705 a year, but for applicants living outside of Kansas, tuition costs $28,725. Before you decide against applying because of the price, keep in mind that more than four fifths of Kansas undergrads are awarded at least some monetary aid. 66% of University of Kansas students finish their schooling with a degree, wanting to land their dream jobs. On average, alumni earn a yearly salary of $39,200 two years after college. After 4 more years of work experience, the alumni's median annual salary rises 24.5% to $48,800, which is 21.7% on top of the national median income. Many of you may like to be informed that more than 1/2 of the students achieved scores between 22 and 30 on the English section of the ACT. Furthermore, Kansas receives around $13,519 in research funding per student. In terms of expenses, be aware that students awarded institutional grants receive $8,212 in monetary aid on average. Related to demographics, the faculty is comprised of 42% female professors and 8% of students are Hispanic. When it comes to the student experience, at University of Kansas, students can sign up for a range of different music clubs such as Concert Band or Choral Groups. Lastly, the lowest-earning 1/4 of graduates pull in a starting salary of $26,100 or less and six years after graduating, a fourth of graduates make $32,100 or less.
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