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Category:University of Denver; Colorado; USA
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DefiningCitation http://www.du.edu/  +
Definition Academic life at the University of Denver Academic life at the University of Denver provides enriching intellectual and cultural experiences that will help you sharpen your mind, explore your values and deepen your commitments. Known for its excellence in undergraduate and graduate research and academics, DU offers more than 200 challenging programs, including traditional bachelor's, master's and doctorate degrees, innovative dual degrees, and online degrees and certificates for working professionals. With DU's outstanding student-to-faculty ratio (10:1 in undergraduate courses and 12:1 overall), you will have the unique opportunity to forge collaborative, meaningful partnerships with internationally recognized faculty. These inspiring relationships stimulate intellectual and personal discovery-and inform your life's direction. 61 percent of DU students study and live abroad for at least one quarter. A fundamental part of academic life, study abroad helps you develop cross-cultural connections-and the new perspectives that come with them-so that you can understand and appreciate the interdependencies that characterize our world. rdependencies that characterize our world.
Has role Organization portal +, Graduate program resource +, Undergraduate program resource +
Id nif-0000-01927  +
Label University of Denver; Colorado; USA  +
Modification dateThis property is a special property in this wiki. 18 July 2013 23:27:50  +
ModifiedDate 18 July 2013  +
SuperCategory University  +
Synonym DU  +
Categories University
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