Gonzaga University

private university Estd 1887
Spokane, Washington, USA
Gonzaga University

Gonzaga University is a private university that was established in 1887. It has a total undergrad enlistment of 5,317, and the campus size is 152 acres. It uses a semester-based academic schedule. The university is situated along the Spokane River. It is less than half a mile to downtown Spokane, Wash. The university offers 15 undergraduate degrees. It includes 52 majors, 54 minors and 37 concentrations, 23 master’s degrees and four doctorates.

There are more than 95 active clubs on campus for students to choose from. Intramural games are well known at Gonzaga, with more than 60 per cent of the student body taking an interest in them. The Bulldogs of Gonzaga are a part of the NCAA Division I West Coast Conference. The men’s basketball team is the pride of the university, and the team has raised the bar by winning more than 90 per cent of its games at the school’s McCarthey Athletic Center. At Gonzaga, students are required to live on the campus during their initial two years. The university has stated that on-campus lodging isn’t guaranteed for the entire college career.

Gonzaga, being a Roman Catholic institution offers theology courses to students who want to pursue the priesthood, and it collaborates with bishop white seminary. In the state of Washington, the Gonzaga University School of Law is one of three law schools and it has produced many state supreme court justices. By the creation of the Center for Global, the university has expanded its contributions to the huge international students’ presence on campus. Mock trial is an exceptionally well known, profoundly competitive political law club at the school. Students that might want entry into the club must experience a series of thorough tryouts before joining the group. Notable alumni graduated from the university include Hall of Fame basketball player John Stockton, singer Bing Crosby and former Speaker of the House Tom Foley.

Career Treks: Treks are career development and networking programs that help students to interact with graduate students and employers in key metropolitan areas all over the nation. As a component of the Treks, students connect with partner organizations during corporate journeys, career fairs and networking socials.

The university also gives the student employment opportunities.

On-Campus Work-Study: The Federal Work-Study program gives part-time jobs to college students who have financial needs. Community service work and work associated with the field of study is given significance by FWS. Qualification for this program is indicated on the financial aid offer.

On-Campus Non-Work Study: Gonzaga places more than 1,500 students every year in non-work study positions. These positions are supported directly through Gonzaga’s budget.

Off-Campus Work-Study: Washington State Work-Study is accessible to students who are Washington State occupants having financial needs. A few positions are within a short distance to Gonzaga’s campus. Qualifications for this program are mentioned in the financial aid offer.

Master of Business Administration
  • Duration - 1 Years
  • Exams Accepted - GMAT : Accepted, GRE : Accepted
  • Fees - INR 23.1 Lakh

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B.S. in Engineering Management
  • Duration - 4 Years
  • Exams Accepted - SAT : 1070, IELTS : 6
  • Fees - INR 28.5 Lakh

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B.S. in Computer Science
  • Duration - 4 Years
  • Exams Accepted - SAT : 1070, IELTS : 6
  • Fees - INR 28.5 Lakh

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B.S. in Electrical Engineering
  • Duration - 4 Years
  • Exams Accepted - SAT : 1070, IELTS : 6
  • Fees - INR 28.5 Lakh

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Entry Criteria

CoursesExams
BE/Btech - 3 CoursesSAT - 1070 & Above
IELTS - 6 & Above
TOEFL - 80 & Above
MBA - 1 CourseGMAT - Accepted
GRE - Accepted
IELTS - 6.5 & Above

Admission Requirement

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Approximate Fees

CoursesDurationTuition Fees
BE/Btech - 3 Courses4 YearsINR 28.5L
USD 38,980
MBA - 1 Course12 MonthsINR 23.1L
USD 31,515
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