University of Georgia
The University of Georgia (UGA or Georgia) is a public research university with its main campus in Athens, Georgia. Founded in 1785, it is one of the oldest public universities in the United States.The university is classified among “R1: Doctoral Universities – Very high research activity, “and as having “more selective” undergraduate admissions, its most selective admissions category, while the ACT Assessment Student Report places UGA admissions in the “Highly Selective” category, the highest classification. Located in the northwest corner, the Fine Arts Building was modeled in the neoclassical architectural style and built in 1941 with funds from the Public Works Administration, part of the New Deal initiated in the 1930s. The building covers an area about the size of a city block, and the interior features a giant mural by French-American artist Jean Charlot. At the time of its construction, it was the largest and most expensive academic building on campus. The Zell B. Miller Learning Center became the largest academic building in Central Campus when it was built in 2003 with a footprint of 6.5 acres (2.6 hectares). With 26 classrooms and lecture halls and a total of 2,200 seats, the Learning Center is also “probably the most heavily used by students”. In 2009, the building was renamed in honor of UGA alumnus Zell B. Miller who went on to serve as the 79th Governor of Georgia and later as the U.S. Senator from Georgia.
Faculities of University of Georgia
- Faculty of Dentistry.
- Faculty of Physics.
- Faculty of Medicine.
- Faculty of Pharmacy.
- Faculty of Medical.
Highlights of University of Georgia
University Name :- University of Georgia.
Location :- It is located in Athens, Georgia, United States.
Nationality :- Both National and International .
Basic Eligibility :- 10 + 2 Education System.
Course Duration :- 5.5 Years.
- 10th and 12th Mark sheets.
- School Leaving Certificateb.
- Valid Passport
- Aadhar Card.
- Birth Certificate.
- NEET Result.
- Medical Certificate.
- Passport Size Photo.
The academic review of first-year applications centers on three criteria: the student’s grade point average (GPA) in core academic courses, the rigor of a student’s course selection, and his or her best combination of scores on the SAT or ACT. UGA superscores the SAT and ACT. For ACT, this means that we take the highest individual score of each of the four subsections of the test from all ACT tests you’ve taken and use that to calculate the highest composite. Our ACT Composite superscore formula looks like this. SuperScored_ACT_Composite. For the SAT, we choose your highest individual sub-score across all the times you’ve taken the SAT and select the highest Evidence-Based Reading and Writing (EBRW) score and add the highest Math section score to come up with the overall superscored total . When we report ACT test score information, we utilize the composite as listed above, but when reviewing your file for admission purposes we only focus on the ACT English and Math.