University of Tulsa
Founded in 1894, The University of Tulsa (TU) is a major private university ranked as the 13th best small university in the world by Times Higher Ed. TU offers undergraduate, graduate, and post-graduate programs in the Arts and Sciences, Business, Engineering, Natural Sciences, Health Sciences, and Law. As one of the world’s best small universities, Tulsa possesses some of the elements of a large research university, with more than 60 major fields of study and almost 1,000 course offerings each semester, while at the same time maintaining an average class size of only 21. At TU you’ll join an international community of more than 700 students from 69 countries, the tenth highest percentage of any national university in the United States. In its vibrant urban environment, The University of Tulsa offers a rich array of social, recreational and cultural activities, both on and off campus.
Internationally recognized as one of the top petroleum engineering schools in the country, the School of Petroleum Engineering offers research opportunities with consortia and joint industry projects that are supported by some of the world’s top energy firms.
TU offers a fully accredited intensive English program with five levels of language student as well as a one semester Pathway to Academics program in which students can earn 7 credit hours in addition to improving their English skills.
TU offers merit based scholarships that range from $5,000 to $18,000 per year to well qualified applicants. And transfer credit is awarded for A-levels, IB and AP.