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About University of Kansas

University of Kansas is a major public research and teaching institution of 28,000 students and 2,600 faculty on five campuses (Lawrence, Kansas City, Overland Park, Wichita, and Salina). Its diverse elements are united by their mission to educate leaders, build healthy communities, and make discoveries that change the world.

The University of Kansas is a top-ranked public research university offering the highest-quality academic programs. KU has continuously had international students on campus since the 1890s, and currently more than 112 nations are represented, and with more than 28 percent of KU students study abroad, makes KU's students global minded among their peers and within their academic disciplines.

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The University of Kansas is located in beautiful Lawrence, Kansas -- a true college town located on the banks of the Kansas River.

Friendly and caring, Lawrence boosts international cuisine, extensive outdoor recreation, shopping and a thriving arts scene. A free bus system for all KU students, with bus routes arriving and departing throughout campus and the residence halls every seven minutes, helps everyone get around. Students can spend whole days perusing the shops, art galleries, and coffee shops of downtown Lawrence. And once the sun sets, students can watch a movie, band gig, DJ night any night of the week.

Kansas City, just east of Lawrence, is a tech-fueled start-up culture, an international airport and tens of thousands of Jayhawk alumni. National Geographic magazine named Kansas City as one of its 2019 Best Trips destinations.

Student Testimonial

"The main reason I wanted to get involved is that I thought it would be easier for me when I know more people around campus. I am currently involved in the Indonesian Student Association, Student Senate, and the Muslim Student Association. In the Student Senate, I am representing the undergraduate international students, so my job is basically to advocate for them."

– Farah, Chemical Engineering major from Indonesia

Experience KU

  • Home to more than 100,000 people, who are a warm and caring community for all students.

  • The average temperature is 4C in January, 29C in June, and 20C in October

  • 50 parks, hundreds of shopping and international dining options, and a cool music scene

  • Local companies that recruit KU students include Boeing, Deloitte, and Google.

  • Kansas City International Airport (MCI) is less than an hour from KU

  • KU offers more than 600 student organizations, including fitness, arts, and community-building programs and events.

  • KU athletics have won eleven National Division I championships in basketball, track & field, and cross country.

  • Fulfill your artistic and creative dreams and take a tour of the Spencer Museum of Art exhibits rotating artists and permanent collections.

  • The Central District comprises of 280,000 square feet of space for teaching, learning and interdisciplinary research in chemistry, medicinal chemistry, physics, molecular biosciences, student resources and related fields.


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