UT provides strong educational value for every dollar of tuition, according to the Princeton Review’s 2014 Best Value rankings. The Princeton Review listed UT among the top seventy-five public colleges and universities in its Best Value Colleges for 2014 publication, which compared public and private schools in areas including cost, financial aid, academic quality, and campus life.
UT is one of the best values in public higher education, according to the new Kiplinger’s Personal Finance magazine. The magazine’s annual “100 Best Values in Public Colleges” ranks American colleges based on affordability and academic quality. This year, the Best Values program evaluated hundreds of public colleges and universities, then narrowed the list to 100 schools based.
UT is ranked fifteenth in the nation among all public and private universities in U.S. News and World Report’s inaugural rankings for Best Colleges for Veterans. The new ranking category provides data and information on schools that assist veterans and active service members with pursuing a college education under the Post-9/11 GI Bill by providing federal benefits, which include tuition and housing assistance. U.S. News uses its annual Best Colleges data to rank the schools that meet three specific criteria.
UT has been rated one of the “best and most interesting” schools in the 2014 edition of the Fiske Guide to Colleges, which reviews higher education institutions in the US, Canada, and Great Britain. UT is one of 300 universities to be included in the guide, which advises prospective students about academic quality, campus setting, financial aid, housing, and extracurricular activities.
UT is ranked 47th among all public universities, according to U.S. News and World Report’s 2014 rankings released today. U.S. News ranked UT 101st among all national universities, the same as 2013, and 47th among all public universities, down one spot from 2013.
UT again has been named one of the nation’s best undergraduate institutions, according to the Princeton Review’s “The Best 378 Colleges” list. The rankings noted that “attending UT is about pursuing excellence in all areas of your life and using the knowledge you gain to prepare you for your future.” The report also highlighted UT’s quality of campus life.
The UT College of Law is the eighth most efficient law school in the nation, according to a new ranking by U.S. News and World Report. The new ranking compares its list of U.S. News “Best Law Schools 2014” in per student expenditures, such as faculty and staff salaries, library services, and financial aid.
Two master’s programs in the College of Business Administration have earned prestigious Eduniversal international rankings. The Master of Science–Master of Business Administration dual-degree program in engineering and business administration and the master’s in human resource management are both top 40 programs in North America, according to Eduniversal’s Top 200 Best Master’s Programs Worldwide.
The campus’s graduate nuclear engineering program now ranks fifth among all public universities and sixth in the nation, according to the 2014 U.S. News and World Report graduate rankings released today. The College of Engineering’s overall graduate program rose to 37th among all public universities, continuing the steady annual climb of the last few years.
UT consistently delivers an affordable, high quality education and offers plenty of opportunities to engage its students, according to the Princeton Review’s 2013 Best Value survey. UT was ranked today among the top seventy-five public colleges and universities in the Princeton Review‘s “Best Value Colleges for 2013” edition.