Academic Ranking of World Universities

Emory University
English Name: Emory University
Region: Northern America
Country: USA
Found Year: 1836
Address: 201 Dowman Drive

Located in the historic neighborhood of Druid Hills in Atlanta, Georgia, Emory University is a top-ranked liberal arts and research institution that is guided by its mission to “create, preserve, teach, and apply knowledge in the service of humanity.” Emory graduates creative thinkers, problem solvers, and moral leaders who work to solve some of the world’s most vexing issues.


The university’s 15,055 students come from nearly every US state and territory and from across the globe. Lauded for their academic achievements and commitment to service, Emory students typify the university’s core values of inclusion, compassion, collaboration, integrity, optimism, and boldness. Undergraduates can pursue more than 70 majors in a curriculum based on inquiry and the nature of evidence, with many opportunities to engage in interdisciplinary scholarship, research, study abroad, and service in Atlanta, the US, and internationally. In addition to the Laney Graduate School, which offers the PhD and master’s degrees in more than 40 programs across the humanities, the social sciences, biomedical and natural science, public health, nursing, and business, Emory has professional schools of business, law, medicine, nursing, public health, and theology. 


Emory students enjoy the close attention and stellar teaching of a faculty that has been honored with numerous awards including the Nobel Prize, the Pulitzer Prize, and the Presidential Medal of Freedom. Among them are accomplished authors, lecturers, patent holders, and researchers as well as 20 members of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, 29 members of the National Academy of Medicine, and 5 members of the National Academy of Science.

Total Enrollment:12258
           International Students:1367(11%)
Undergraduate Enrollment:6825
           International Students:555(8%)
Graduate Enrollment:5433
           International Students:812(15%)

Undergraduate Programs
           African American Studies
           African Studies
           Allied Health
           American Studies
           Anthropology and Human Biology
           Anthropology and Religion
           Architectural Studies
           Art History
           Asian and Asian American Studies
           Catholic Studies
           Chinese Language and Literature
           Classical Civilization
           Classical Studies
           Classics and English
           Classics and History
           Classics and Philosophy
           Community Building and Social Change
           Comparative Literature
           Computer Science
           Dance and Movement Studies
           East Asian Studies
           Economics and History
           Economics and Mathematics
           Educational Studies
           Engineering Dual Degrees
           English and History
           English/Creative Writing
           Environmental Studies
           Film Studies
           French Studies
           German Studies
           History and Religion
           Interdisciplinary Studies In Society and Culture
           International Studies
           Irish Studies
           Italian Studies
           Jewish Studie
           Latin American and Caribbean Studies
           Linguistics / Russian
           Mathematics and Computer Sciences
           Mathematics/Political Science
           Medieval and Renaissance Studies
           Mediterranean Archeology
           Middle Eastern Studies
           Persian Language and Literature
           Philosophy and Religion
           Physics and Astronomy
           Political Science
           Pre Business Administration
           Pre Dentistry
           Pre Law
           Pre Medicine
           Pre Nursing
           Pre Physical Therapy
           Pre Physician Associate
           Pre Theology
           Pre Veterinary Medicine:
           Religion and Classical Civilization
           Religion and Sociology
           Religion: Judaic Studies
           Russian and East Asian Languages and Cultures
           Russian and East European Studies
           Russian Languages and Culture
           Science, Culture and Society
           Theater Studies
           Visual Arts
           Women'S Studies
Graduate Programs
           Art History
           Behavioral Sciences and Health Education
           Biochemistry, Cell and Developmental Biology
           Biomedical Engineering
           Cancer Biology
           Clinical Psychology
           Clinical Research
           Cognition and Development (Psychology)
           Comparative Literature
           Computer Science and Informatics
           Development Practice
           Educational Studies
           Environmental Health Sciences
           Film Studies
           Genetics and Molecular Biology
           Graduate Division of Biological and Biomedical Sciences
           Health Services Research and Health Policy
           Immunology and Molecular Pathogenesis
           Microbiology and Molecular Genetics
           Molecular and Systems Pharmacology
           Neuroscience and Animal Behavior (Psychology)
           Nutrition and Health Sciences
           Political Science
           Population Biology, Ecology, and Evolution
           Women'S, Gender, and Sexuality Studies

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Performance in Academic Ranking of World Universities by Broad Subject Fields
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