The University of Miami has risen further, to #38, in the national rankings by U.S. News & World Report.
The magazine cited our school’s low student-teacher ratio, high graduate rates, “ideal location,” popular majors in Communication, Journalism, and related fields, and noted that we’re “known as a research institution.” (Click here to read more.)
According to The Miami Herald
, “The University of Miami is continuing its meteoric ascent on the U.S. News & World Report’s national college rankings list, leaping nine places this year. It remains Florida’s top school for the second year in a row.” (Click here
for the full article.)
Here’s a chart showing how the University has consistently risen through the years:
to read the University’s press release about the news.