The University of Georgia, located in Athens, Georgia, US is the birthplace of public higher education in America.
Programs, Campus and Residence
- UGA is composed of 17 schools and colleges which offer more than 170 courses. The university offers 25 Bachelor’s degrees, 30 Master’s degrees, and 4 Doctoral degrees.
- Its main campus is expanded over 756 acres and includes 465 buildings. There are 3 extended campuses of UGA – Gwinnett campus, Griffin campus and Tifton campus.
- UGA housing facility includes 9 residential communities with 22 residence halls, suites, full-furnished university village apartments, and 4 Greek Park houses.
|Pre-Requisites||Official transcripts, LOR, School/Counselor Evaluation Letter, Supplemental Material|
|Test Scores||SAT/ACT score, GRE/GMAT score|
|English Proficiency Test||TOEFL/IELTS score|
|Additional Requirements||Resume or CV, Personal Statement|
|Intake Seasons||Fall – January 1, Spring - August 15|
How to apply – Applicants need to create an account and apply on the official website of the university.
Cost and Scholarships
Cost of Attendance
|Tuition||28,126 USD||24,228 USD|
|Fees||2,278 USD||1,866 USD|
|Books and Supplies||986 USD||550 USD|
|Room||6,042 USD||6,042 USD|
|Board||3,996 USD||3,996 USD|
|Personal Expenses||2,644 USD||2,644 USD|
|Total||44,072 USD||39,326 USD|
The students are offered financial aid in the form of scholarships and grants. UGA invest 7 million USD in scholarship and awards every year to support the education of its students.
- Approx. 14% of first-year undergraduate students receive the academic scholarship.
- International students with an F-1 visa are eligible to get the merit-based scholarship.
UGA has a network of 315,000 alumni across the globe. The university provides scholarships and fellowships to its alumni as benefits.