University of Washington is home to three campuses, the largest one located in Seattle and the other two in Bothell and Tacoma. The Seattle campus houses 16 schools and colleges offering courses at the undergraduate and graduate levels. The university receives applications from both international and domestic candidates.
|Name of the Institution||University of Washington
|Type of Institution||Public flagship|
|Location||Seattle, Washington, U.S.|
|Courses Offered||Undergraduate/Graduate Programs in:
In addition, the university also offers undergraduate and graduate interdisciplinary programs, and interschool/intercollege programs.
|Departments/ Branches||The university has various departments including:
|Admission Procedure/ Eligibility Criteria||The university invites applications from international applicants for the autumn and summer sessions. Admission to the University of Washington is highly competitive and candidates need to fulfill minimum requirements so as to qualify for the same. The overall grade of the student, test scores, accomplishments and activities determine the final selection of the students. At the time of admission, candidates need to provide the letters of recommendations as well as academic transcripts.|
|Scholarships||University of Washington does not offer any scholarships or financial aid to international applicants.|
|Fee Structure||Fee Structure for Summer session:
Fee Structure for Autumn session:
|Examinations & Results||The university follows the quarter session system .|