Stanford University


Stanford University

Stanford University


Stanford University is recognized as one of the world’s leading universities, and its students have opportunities to participate in a remarkable range of activities. Through academic courses taught by renowned professors, research and public service opportunities, and an extraordinary breadth of extracurricular activities —StanfordUniversityprepares students to take on the great challenges of the day and become the next generation of leaders.

Stanford’s undergraduate students are an important part of these efforts. Stanford undergraduates have opportunities to study with faculty in small classes from their first days on campus, participate in study abroad or spend a quarter in Washington, D.C. Many students become involved in faculty research or develop their own projects and discover the excitement of being at the edge of a field and advancing the frontier of knowledge.

The Basics

SettingLocated between San Francisco and San Jose in the heart of Silicon Valley.
School TypeUSA University
TuitionUS$41,000 – $42,000
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StateCalifornia (CA)
Nearest CitySan Francisco
Year Founded1891
Admission RequirementHK F.6
Academic CalendarFall, Winter, Spring, Summer
Level OfferedBachelor's, master's, doctoral, and first professional
EnrollmentApproximately 7,000 students
International Students7%
Student-Teacher Ratio6:1

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Academic Programs

The schools of Earth Sciences, Engineering and Humanities & Sciences offer both undergraduate and graduate programs. Graduate schools include Business, Education, Law and Medicine.

Applied Physics, Art & Art History, Biology, Business, Chemistry, Communication, Computer Science, Drama, East Asian Languages and Cultures, Economics, English, French and Italian, History, Linguistics, Mathematics, Music, Ophthalmology, Pediatrics, Psychology, Statistics, Sociology etc.



West side of the campus: Golf Course, the Golf Driving Range, the Red Barn Stables, Roble Field and Pool, the Sand Hill Intramural Fields, and the West Campus Tennis Courts,TresidderFitnessCenter.

East side of the campus:Arrillaga Center for Sports and Recreation, the Arrillaga Family Racquetball Center, the Arrillaga Family Sports Center,Avery Aquatic Center, Burnham Pavilion, Cobb Track and Angell Field, the Ford Center for Sports and Recreation, the Manzanita Basketball Courtand Field, Maples Pavilion, Taube South Tennis Courts, and Taube Tennis Stadium.

Off-campus facilities include the Morrison Boathouse, a sailing and rowing facility.

Students Life

Student Clubs and Organizations: Arts, Media and Entertainment (AME), Asian Society, Basketball Club, Entrepreneur Club (E-Club), Finance and Investment Club, Golf Club, Government and Politics Club, Marketing Club, Real Estate Club, Soccer Club, Ski and Snowboard Club, Travel and Hospitality Club etc.

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