Coral Gables, FL
University of Miami, Coral Gables, FL 33146
University of Miami is a private university located in Coral Gables, FL. It is a well-regarded institution, currently ranked 79th in America, with somewhat selective admissions (32% acceptance rate). It has a middle sized student body with 9,705 full-time undergrads enrolled. University of Miami offers 99 majors across eight academic disciplines. The most popular options are Finance, Nursing, and Economics, with 7% of graduates receiving a Bachelor's degree in Finance. 7% and 5% of students study Nursing and Economics, respectively. It has impressive sports management and physical therapy programs, both ranking 5th in the nation. It also has the #1 philosophy and film programs Florida. Additionally, it ranked 1st in FL on our best early action colleges, best early decision colleges, and best colleges that accept the common app lists. For applicants based in Florida, full price tuition runs $52,737. Students residing in other states must pay $47,714 per year. Before you rule out applying due to the price, be aware that around seven out of ten students receive at least some financial support. 81% of University of Miami undergraduates end up receiving a degree, green and awaiting to land a great job. The median alumnus earns $47,500 two years after university. After an additional four years of work experience, the alumni's median yearly income rises 26.5% to $60,100, which is 49.9% greater than the national median earnings. Some of you might also want to know that its undergraduates typically scored between 8 and 9 on the writing section of the ACT. Additionally, 92% of first-time students continue pursuing their studies the next year. With respect to your checkbook, be aware that the average amount of aid awarded through federal grants is $6,999 and 13% of undergraduates receive federal grants. For its location, it received a 9.53 and its overall rating on School Authority is 10. On the subject of campus life, 90% of first-year students live in on-campus housing. To conclude, two years after completing their studies, 9% of alums are out of work and six years after receiving their diplomas, one out of every four graduates make $38,200 or less.
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