University of Tulsa

private university Estd 1894
Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA
University of Tulsa

The University of Tulsa (TU) is a well-recognized private research university in Tulsa, Oklahoma, United States. The institute shares a historic affiliation with the Presbyterian Church. It manages the Gilcrease Museum which has the world’s biggest collections of American Western art and artifacts. It offers a range of programs across a variety of fields to impart quality education to its students. At this university, there are 6 colleges, programs, and departments including Henry Kendall College of Arts & Sciences, College of Engineering and Natural Sciences, Collins College of Business, Oxley College of Health Sciences, College of Law, Division of Continuing Education and Graduate School. This is an institution that has won 64 Goldwater Scholarships, 22 Fulbright Scholarships, 5 Marshall Scholarships, 3 Rhodes Scholarships along with several National Science Foundation, Department of Defense and Morris K. Udall Fellowships.

The campus of the university is situated on a space called Dietler Commons, earlier referred to as “The U.” The architectural style of the campus is predominantly Collegiate Gothic. A host of activities and facilities are offered by the institution’s campus to facilitate a conducive learning environment for students. Sports and recreational activities are organized from time to time. The university’s campus has a food court. With 60 plus bachelor’s level, 40 postgraduate and 16 doctoral degree programs, the university lays the foundation of the future of many students from across the world. It offers study programs in sciences, liberal arts and professional programs that include petroleum engineering, natural sciences, computer science, English, and clinical and industrial/organizational psychology. Further, it maintains a school of law, which is one among the few institutes that have specialized in Native American legal issues. When it comes to the university’s focus on energy, it maintains both the National Energy Policy Institute and the National Energy-Environment Law and Policy Institute.

The institution has a bachelor’s level research program that is evidenced by 44 students receiving Goldwater Scholarships since the year 1995. The university’s students represent 30 US states and about 70 foreign countries, of which 39 per cent are Oklahoma residents. In the academic session 2019-20, the university witnessed an enrolment of 4380 students out of which 3,269 were undergraduates and 1,111 were graduates. Its student to faculty ratio is 11:1.

Along with featuring academic excellence, the university is equally famed for its remarkable alumni network. Some of the notable members of the institute’s alumni network include Walmart CEO Doug McMillon, The Outsiders author S.E. Hinton, New York School poet Ted Berrigan, Golden Girls actress Rue McClanahan, radio legend Paul Harvey, TV personality Dr. Phil McGraw, and NBA basketball player Steve Bracey

MBA
  • Duration - 1.5-2 Years
  • Exams Accepted - GMAT : Accepted, GRE : Accepted
  • Fees - INR 19 Lakh

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Bachelor of Science in Computer Science
  • Duration - 4 Years
  • Exams Accepted - SAT : Accepted, IELTS : 6
  • Fees - INR 33 Lakh

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Management Major
  • Duration - 4 Years
  • Exams Accepted - IELTS : 6, TOEFL : 70
  • Fees - INR 29.7 Lakh

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Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering
  • Duration - 4 Years
  • Exams Accepted - SAT : Accepted, IELTS : 6
  • Fees - INR 33 Lakh

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Entry Criteria

CoursesExams
BBA - 1 CourseSAT - Accepted
IELTS - 6 & Above
TOEFL - 70 & Above
BE/Btech - 2 CoursesSAT - Accepted
IELTS - 6 & Above
TOEFL - 70 & Above
MBA - 1 CourseGMAT - Accepted
GRE - Accepted
IELTS - 6.5 & Above

Admission Requirement

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Approximate Fees

CoursesDurationTuition Fees
BBA - 1 Course4 YearsINR 29.7L
USD 40,484
BE/Btech - 2 Courses4 YearsINR 33L
USD 45,043
MBA - 1 Course18 - 24 MonthsINR 19L
USD 25,935
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