Posted by admin at January 16th, 2013
If you are of the Catholic or Jesuit faith and you are interested in studying abroad in an American university that is dedicated to the Catholic and Jesuit religion, than you should consider studying at Marquette.
Marquette University, which is located in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, is a religious university that is affiliated with the Catholic and Jesuit religions. Marquette is dedicated to serving the greater good of God and the people by providing to the students who attend the university the knowledge that they need to advance in life and life prosperous lives, having success in their chosen fields.
Marquette Univeristy has a warm and welcoming feel where you will receive the undivided attention of the professors and clergy who work there. There are an estimated 8,300 undergraduate students who attend the university and an estimated 3,500 graduate professional students. In comparison to many major universities in the United States and around the world, these numbers are rather small, which means that you can really expect to make a connection with your professors, the clergy and your fellow students who attend the university. Additionally, it should be noted that Marquette is a school that is rather renowned for its study abroad programs, as there are 69 different countries represented in the student body of the school.
If you are seeking to enroll in Marquette University for an undergraduate program, you will be delighted to learn that there are 77 majors and 65 minors offered at the school, including programs in the arts and sciences, business and administration, communication, education, engineering, health sciences and nursing. There are also pre-professional programs offered in dentistry, law and medicine.
If you are interested in postgraduate studies, Marquette offers a total of 50 doctoral and master’s programs and 37 graduate certificate programs. This university also offers a school of dentistry and a law school.
The campus of Marquette is quite lovely, offering well maintained grounds, buildings and classrooms. If you are interested in staying on campus while attending Marquette, there are residence halls, university apartments and specialty housing offered for lodging. If you prefer to stay off campus, there are several housing options available around the city of Milwaukee that are within close proximity to the school. No matter what type of housing you opt for, when you are not studying, you will appreciate the close proximity to the city, where you can enjoy touring museums, restaurants, shops, taking in shows and all that you would expect from city life.
Contact the admissions office of Marquette to learn more about the study abroad programs that they offer.