Emory University


Started in 1836, Emory University is a private institute in Atlanta, Georgia, US. It is the second-oldest private higher education institute in Georgia. This university is an ethically engaged, inquiry-driven and diverse community that works collaboratively with each other to transform the world through their exceptional leadership in research, teaching, scholarship, social action and health care.

The university has the following 9 academic divisions:

  • Oxford College
  • Emory College of Sciences and Arts
  • Goizueta Business School
  • School of Law
  • Laney Graduate School
  • School of Medicine
  • Rollins School of Public Health
  • Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing
  • Candler School of Theology

This institute has very high research activity and is classified among R1 Doctoral Universities. Every year Emory University leads in the country for its number of students with pre-doctoral fellowships from National Health Institutes. It also leads in the number Kirschstein-National Research Service Awards. The university strongly partners with CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention). CDC funds both EPRC (Emory University Prevention Research Center) and Emory Center of Injury Control.


Emory University's student body is around 15,846, with 7,649 graduate and 8,197 undergraduate students. 40% of students are male, and 60% are female. Georgian students are 21%. The remaining student body comes from more than 100 nations and 49 other states.

There are around 50 student clubs and associations at Emory University that are dedicated to the arts. The university offers the student an opportunity to explore artistic interests as diverse as poetry, architecture, improvisational comedy and breakdancing. The Schwartz Center for Performing Arts at university host several arts events that are open to the communities of Emory and Atlanta.

Started in 1919, The Emory Wheel is the university's newspaper which students majorly operate. During the regular school year, the newspaper is published twice a week. It is financially and editorially autonomous from the university.


At Emory University, residence life is very supportive, and through an international residential learning experience, it promotes student development. RHA (Residence Hall Association) is the third big student organization at the university. It works and serves as a student's voice and promotes the purposes and goals related to residential living. The university does not offer graduate student housing. There are several communities that are very close to campus; they offer apartments to students at very affordable rates.


Following are the global rankings of Emory University.

  • By QS World Ranking, Emory University ranks 155.
  • According to Times Higher Education Ranking, Emory University ranks 82.
  • US News and World Report rank Emory University at 72.


Emory University
201 Dowman Dr, Atlanta, GA 30322, United States

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