By the numbers

Ranked among the top 60 universities in the United States, Syracuse University is a hub of international scholarship in the heart of New York State. Choose from more than 200 graduate degree programs from across 11 schools and colleges, then customize your education with internships, research projects, and courses taught in some of the world’s most culturally, economically, and politically significant regions. And once you’re ready to make it all count, the University’s Career Services Office and 230,000-strong alumni network will help you get started in your chosen field.


In the genes

There’s an independent streak that runs through Syracuse—the city and the University. It’s where the Underground Railroad thrived, Col. Eileen Collins ’78 set her sights on space, and the Dinosaur Bar-B-Que set up its first saucy storefront. It’s where basketball fans defy winter whiteouts to cheer with 30,000+ friends in the Carrier Dome, and faculty are developing oral insulin and training aerospace engineers on the campus flight simulator. Most of all, it’s where 6,000 of the world’s most creative and enterprising graduate students converge each year to build their careers and enrich their lives.

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