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Consider the University of Kansas

Pursue your education at a historic state university and leading U.S. research institution.


Reasons to consider KU

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Top-ranked academic programs

KU students, known as Jayhawks, study in more than 400 degree and certificate programs, including many recognized for excellence by U.S. News and World Report.
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A warm and spirited community

Jayhawks of all backgrounds connect through tradition and celebrate success. Their fierce but friendly energy is captured in their one-of-a-kind chant: “Rock Chalk, Jayhawk! KU!”
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Exceptional English language training

At KU’s Applied English Center, one of the first intensive English programs in the United States, international students of varying degrees of English proficiency prepare for full-fledged KU coursework.

Hear from international students themselves.

KU students from around the globe share their experiences as Jayhawks in this video.