- Location Milwaukee, WI
- Web Site http://www.marquette.edu
- Nearest ELS Center Milwaukee,WI
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|Key majors offered|
|Operations And Supply Chain Management|
|Housing||Location Type||Offers Scholarships||Student Population||Offers CLA|
|Available for Undergraduate and Graduate||Urban||Yes||11600 (Total)||Yes|
|Degrees Offered||Public/Private||Institution Type||Student Body||Student Population|
|Bachelor, Master, Doctorate||Private||Doctorate-Granting University||Co-educational||630 (International)|
Yearly Costs / ELS Level
|Degree||Tuition||Fees||Housing **||Meals||OtherExpenses||I 20/Visa* (Total Required Funds)||ELS|
Founded in 1881, Marquette offers an exceptional emphasis on academic excellence, research and internship possibilities, and commitment to community involvement. More than 11,000 students study in 87 undergraduate major fields and 64 master's and doctoral programs. International students represent more than 60 countries. The high quality of Marquette's education has been recognized by a variety of sources including U.S. News & World Report (86th among top national universities, the Princeton Review ("Best 380 Colleges") and Kiplinger’s Personal Finance listed it among its “Best Values in Private Colleges for 2016” Adding to its value, Marquette offers scholarships for undergraduate applicants with high academic performance and credit for A-Level, IB, AP, and university studies. Marquette's academic advantages are also enhanced by its location in the vibrant urban setting of Milwaukee, Wisconsin - a city nestled on the shores of beautiful Lake Michigan (just 150 kilometers north of Chicago) and home to major US and international corporations as well as a dynamic theater and arts community, professional sports teams, amazing restaurants, an extensive park system and Summer Fest, one of the largest music festivals in the world.
There are nine residence halls and a number of university apartments.
Marquette University's residence halls supply a variety of specialty housing options. All unmarried first and second year undergraduate students, under age 21 and/or less than two years out of high school, regardless of their academic classification, are required to live in the residence halls.
Life on campus offers an endless supply of activities, events and attractions. There are more than 200 student organizations to hone leadership skills, develop a commitment to service or begin to understand your unique skills and values.
Milwaukee offers everything from trendy coffee houses to world class dining, major league sports to jazz clubs and, of course, abundant internship opportunities - all within walking distance or a short bus ride from the university.