Study in America’s most liveable mainland city, Pittsburgh
Rated as one of the best value universities in the U.S.
Ranked inside the top 150 colleges in the U.S.
Located on a park-like 49 acres on a hilltop in the heart of downtown Pittsburgh, Duquesne University offers students a well-rounded study experience in the most liveable city on the mainland of the United States as rated by The Economist’s Intelligence Unit.
Ranked inside the top 140 colleges in the United States by U.S. News & World Report, and widely rated as one of the best value schools in the country (U.S. News, Kiplinger, Money Magazine), Duquesne is a liberal arts university with modern facilities offering an exceptional education in business, health sciences, education, music and law.
With just 10,000 students and a 14:1 student-faculty ratio, the University’s faculty has the capacity to get to know its students, and work with them individually towards their study and career goals.
Living in Pittsburgh is another highlight of studying at Duquesne. Set on the banks of three rivers, and affectionately known as “the city of bridges” (with more than 400 of them), the former Rust Belt city has reinvented itself in recent decades. It has been rated as one of the prettiest cities in the United States by the Huffington Post, while ForbesTraveler.com praised it for having the country’s most stunning skyline.