Universities & Colleges in Arizona

University City
University of Arizona Tucson
Arizona State University-Tempe Tempe
Northern Arizona University Flagstaff
Grand Canyon University Phoenix
Prescott College Prescott
Arizona Christian University Phoenix
Thunderbird School of Global Management Glendale
Brookline College-Phoenix Phoenix
Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture Scottsdale
Western International University Tempe
Le Cordon Bleu College of Culinary Arts-Scottsdale Scottsdale
Argosy University-Phoenix Phoenix
Arizona Summit Law School Phoenix
Chamberlain College of Nursing-Arizona Phoenix
Brown Mackie College-Phoenix Phoenix
Northcentral University Prescott Valley
Southwest University of Visual Arts-Tucson Tucson
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University-Prescott Prescott
Everest College-Phoenix Phoenix
American Indian College Inc Phoenix
Ottawa University-Phoenix Phoenix
Phoenix Seminary Phoenix
Midwestern University-Glendale Glendale
Arizona School of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine Tucson
The Art Institute of Tucson Tucson
Phoenix Institute of Herbal Medicine & Acupuncture Phoenix
Argosy University-Phoenix Online Division Phoenix
University of Advancing Technology Tempe
Collins College Phoenix
Brown Mackie College-Tucson Tucson
Dine College Tsaile
Everest College-Mesa Mesa
CollegeAmerica-Flagstaff Flagstaff
Pima Medical Institute-Tucson Tucson
Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine & Health Sciences Tempe
The Art Institute of Phoenix Phoenix
International Baptist College and Seminary Chandler


Arizona is one of the primary States in the southwestern region of the US and is the 16th most populous states with population more than 6 million. Arizona has one of the largest economies in the country. This state has a number of copper mines and has become a prominent industry in Arizona. The capital Phoenix is the largest city in Arizona. Arizona is primarily dry; however students from other states can feel the fluctuations in temperature in the desert areas. The urban areas have a higher temperature during the nights. The temperature becomes milder from late fall to early spring.

Arizona has good educational infrastructure as a result of, which each year not only students from US but also from Asia, Europe, Middle East and African region flock to Arizona with a dream to aspire their career goals. Arizona has some excellent graduate schools that provide you courses related to your field and also exposes you to different cultures and diversity. Higher education in the form of 3 public universities, 4 non-profit, private 4-year universities, and 12 private universities exist here. There is a slew of programs offered by the university including mathematics, business, architecture, and professional programs in medicine and law. The Universities are recognized for its excellent curriculums aimed at its diverse students.

Tuition fees/Loans
Tuition fees are not very expensive and are affordable for students. Tuition fees vary from one college to another and sometimes, the difference can be marginally huge. For instance, tuition fee at Arizona State University in Tempe for in-state students is $6,844 and for out-of-state students $19,629.

For international students, government funding is not allowed in case they need financial aid; however, international students can bear their expenses through teachings, fellowship programs and scholarships. Loans are also available at considerable rates for students across the world. Students can also take up other part time jobs to meet their course expenditures. The process of applying in the Universities differs in case of international students and hence, it is advisable for students to know the procedure completely.

Arizona also possesses some esteemed and well renowned Universities including Arizona State University in Tempe, University of Arizona in Tuscan, and Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff. Arizona State University is ranked one of the best places for international students with 3,795 students enrolling here each year. The Northern Arizona University had the highest number of students enrolled in 2010. Arizona State University is also known as "Pulitzers of college Journalism" for its fabulous programs in journalism and other related courses.

Courses and Careers
Arizona colleges and Universities have extensive varieties of courses and programs, some of which includes architectural design, information systems, business, earth science, criminology and criminal justice, journalism and mass communications. Some other colleges offer excellent curriculum in subjects like global management, art and design, aeronautics, Naturopathic medicine, and law.

The careers in the IT industry, finance, graphics, automobiles, healthcare, media, hospitality, education, and other management sectors thrive in Arizona and students passing out of one of these glorious Universities can make exceptional careers here by pursuing the course of their choice in an atmosphere that fosters cultural diversity and learning.

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