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The University of Georgia is a public research university which was established in 1785. University has its main campus in Athens. University of Georgia is one of “R1: Doctoral Universities – Very high research activity,” universities. University of Georgia offers 170 undergraduate programmes, 148 master’s programmes and 114 doctoral programmes.

University of Georgia is a very selective university. They make sure to do thorough analysis of the application. The University of Georgia has an acceptance rate of 46% for applicants who applied during regular application whereas for early admissions acceptance rate is 58.5%.


Application PortalUG: UGA Online Application Portal/Coalition
PG: Varies
Application FeeUG: 85 USD
PG: Varies
Transfer: 75 USD
Acceptance Rate54%
Mode of PaymentCredit Card
SAT Score (middle 50%)1320 – 1490
ACT Score (middle 50%)28 – 33
International Application DeadlinesUG/PG: Varies
Academic CalendarSemester
Intake SeasonsFall/Spring
Student-faculty ratio18:1
Work ExperienceMBA/MPH
InterviewRequired for admission to the MBA program
Financial AidAvailable

Application received for first year class 2019 is 28,500 out of which 13,700 applicants were admitted. More than 75% of students admitted were in the top 50% of their high school class.

96% of graduates of the University of Georgia get employed or pursue higher education after six months of graduation.

University of Georgia International Admissions

There are some additional requirements for international students, seeking admission at the University of Georgia. Before submitting the application, the students are recommended to keep themselves updated in terms of additional submissions:

Application Submission Requirements

International students must ensure that they submit the following documents before submitting the application:

  • English Language Proficiency Test scores
  • Test scores of different standardized exams
  • Letters of recommendation
  • Statement of purpose/essays
  • Official and certified copies of translated transcripts.
  • Post-secondary grades, mark sheets and certificates.