It wasn’t just in this category the University was recognised; the School of Engineering rose to number 29 for schools that offer bachelor’s and master’s degrees but not doctorates. The Opus College of Business undergraduate programs also rose to number 128 in the country for programs accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business.
For international students interested in studying at St. Thomas, these results are further boosted by the University’s ranking at number 63 for Best Value Schools – a ranking that considers the quality of the programs offered versus the cost of studying at the institution.
For EduCo, all our partner institutions are ranked in the top 10 per cent of colleges in the United States:
- Students can become leaders of global business by studying at Brandeis International Business School, part of Brandeis University (#34).
- Students can choose from 150 undergraduate majors at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln (#124).
- Students can study just 20 minutes away from New York city at New Jersey Institute of Technology (#140).
- Students can participate in postgraduate research at an institution recognised as being one of the most innovative in the United States, University of Maryland, Baltimore County (#159).