University of Washington

Washington - America

UW - University of Washington (University of Washington)

University of Washington, founded in 1861 is a Non-Profit Public University in Washington (America).


Washington having a population of about 7 Million, is an important city/region of America. The native language of the people of Washington is English . The University is located in Urban area of Washington.

UW - University of Washington is officially accredited and/or affiliated and/or recognized by: Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities.

University of Washington is ranked at 7 in America where as World Rank is 7. The Approximate enrollment in the university is 45000 students. The university offers Bachelor Degree, Master Degree, programs in various disciplines. The University offers Need and Merit baesd Financial Aid (Scholarships).

The University offers Bachelor - under-graduate, Master - graduate (MS), degree programs in many fields of study including Arts and Humanities, Business/Administration Sciences, Health Sciences, Engineering and Engineering Sciences, Agriculture, Fisheries, Fine Arts, Communication, Law, Food and Nutrition, Nursing, Computer Sciences, Sociology, Bio Sciences and Technologies, Architecture, Medicines, and more.

Washington was first established in downtown Seattle approximately a decade after the city's founding to aid its economic development


1400 NE Campus Parkway


98195-4550 Washington

United States

  • Phone: +1 (206) 543 2100
  • Fax:       +1 (206) 543 9285
  • Website:     University of Washington
  • Country (America) Rank: 7
  • World Rank: 7

Degree Programs

University of Washington offers programs of the following levels:

Post Graduate

Academic Calendar

The academic calendar (Yearly admission time): june & jule


City Language: English
Campus Language: English


  • Enrollment: 45000
  • International Student: 1000
  • Research Output: Not Available
  • Faculty Staff: 199


  • Library:
  • Sports:
  • Financial Aid:
  • Housing (Hostel):

Available Fields of Study

Admissions for Bachelor - under-graduate, Master - graduate (MS), levels are offered in the following field of studies. Click/tap the link to view the universities offering programs in this field in Washington.

  • Arts and Humanities
  • Business/Administration Sciences
  • Health Sciences
  • Engineering and Engineering Sciences
  • Agriculture
  • Fisheries
  • Fine Arts
  • Communication
  • Law
  • Food and Nutrition
  • Nursing
  • Computer Sciences
  • Sociology
  • Bio Sciences and Technologies
  • Architecture
  • Medicines

Important: Please contact or visit the official website of University of Washington for updated detailed information on fields of study and degree levels currently offered; the above information is indicative only and may not be up-to-date or complete.


  • For both Males and Females (Co-education)
  • Both International and Domestic students are accepted
  • The University is Public and Non-Profit

Tuition Fee (Approximate)

  • Local Applicant/Student
    US $12500
  • International Applicant/Student
    US $10000
  • Local Applicant/Student
    US $20000
  • International Applicant/Student
    US $14700

Admission Test Requirements

  • Both International and Domestic students are accepted
  • No information about Admission Test

Important: admission policy and acceptance rate of University of Washington may vary by areas of study, degree level, student nationality or residence and other criteria. Please contact the University of Washington's Admission Office or visit official website for detailed information. the above admission information is indicative only and may not be complete or up-to-date.

Academic Calendar

The academic calendar (Yearly admission time): june & jule

Mission and Scope: the accreditation and pre-accreditation ("Candidacy status") of postsecondary degree-granting educational institutions in Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, Oregon, Utah, and Washington, including the accreditation of programs offered via distance education within these institutions. Source: U.S. Department of Education.