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Universities & Colleges in Maryland

University City
Johns Hopkins University Baltimore
University of Maryland-College Park College Park
United States Naval Academy Annapolis
University of Maryland-Baltimore County Baltimore
Loyola University Maryland Baltimore
St. Mary's College of Maryland St. Mary's City
Salisbury University Salisbury
Washington College Chestertown
Maryland Institute College of Art Baltimore
Towson University Towson
McDaniel College Westminster
Mount St. Mary's University Emmitsburg
Capitol College Laurel
Hood College Frederick
College of Notre Dame of Maryland Baltimore
Stevenson University Stevenson
Frostburg State University Frostburg
Morgan State University Baltimore
University of Baltimore Baltimore
Bowie State University Bowie
Coppin State University Baltimore
University of Maryland Eastern Shore Princess Anne
Sojourner-Douglass College Baltimore
Washington Bible College-Capital Bible Seminary Lanham
Washington Adventist University Takoma Park
St John's College Annapolis
Tai Sophia Institute Laurel
National Labor College Silver Spring
University of Phoenix-Maryland Campus Columbia
Maple Springs Baptist Bible College and Seminary Capitol Heights
Baltimore International College Baltimore
Kaplan University-Hagerstown Campus Hagerstown
University of Maryland-Baltimore Baltimore
Goucher College Baltimore
University of Maryland-University College Adelphi
St. Mary's Seminary & University Baltimore
DeVry University-Maryland Bethesda

Maryland is a prosperous state of the United States located in the Mid Atlantic Region. Maryland is 5th most densely populated state of the nation with an estimated population of ~6 million as per July, 2011. Most of the population of the state is concentrated in the Baltimore Metropolitan Area and Washington Metropolitan Area as a response to their advanced economic structure and huge number of amenities available for the masses. Climatic characteristics of Maryland contrasts widely due to its local variations in elevation and also nearness to water. The region thus has hot, humid summers besides a mild to cool winters of short duration.

Studying in Maryland
Maryland is known for its high investment in education sector to prepare its human capital in relation to the growth in the economic sector. In addition, it is worth to mention that the State of Maryland ranks 2nd in terms of the work force engaged as professional and technical workers. The nation thus presents copious opportunities in terms of educational as well as professional courses. There are 13 public four-year and graduate institutions, 16 community colleges, 4 public research institutes and 32 independent colleges and universities in Maryland.

John Hopkins University, University of Maryland-College are some of the highly rated educational centre whereas Hagerstown Community College, Carroll Community College are some of the cheapest institutions of Maryland. The average student capacity in most of the institutions is around 11,000. University of Maryland-College Park however, has an enrollment number of 36,000. Some of the most popular sectors of education are Maryland is Biotechnology, Biochemistry, Computer Engineering and technical courses.

Tuition Fee
There are a handful of cheap colleges in Maryland where the tuition fees generally range from ~$2600 to $7500 whereas some highest rated institutions like the Maryland Institute College of Art, University of Baltimore have an average tuition fee of $35,000. For university of Maryland, the tuition fees for international students are around ~$22,400 including room and board on campus, books and supplies and other expenses.

Cost of Living
Living in Maryland offers a broad range of facilities and lifestyle that is both fascinating as well as affordable. However, the cost of living is higher in Maryland than that of the United States national average. The consumer price index is 3.57% higher than that of the U.S. City average. Nevertheless the cost of living is lesser than the Northeast urban centers of New York, Pennsylvania and Connecticut.

Financial Aid
Scholarships are highly competitive and merit based in Maryland. Students are advised to contact their respective university federal offices for a financial grant. Besides a handful of private banks also offer loan programs for educational cost where interest rates are variable.

Average Salary
Maryland ranks among the richest 10 nations of the United States with a median household income of ~$70,000, which is 39% higher than that of the national average. Maryland's average per capita income is around ~$48,200.

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