Choosing the right American university starts with an important question: ‘Where will I find success?’ We believe that the answer to that question is LIU Brooklyn in New York City, and this guide will demonstrate why.
New York City is one of the most exciting and innovative cities in the world. Whatever your goal in life, you can achieve it here. Whatever experience you want to gain, you can attain it here. Quite simply, New York is the place to discover your potential.
Brooklyn is one of the hottest neighborhoods in the city, and LIU Brooklyn is located right in the heart of it all. Study with us and you will find yourself steps away from the entertainment of the Barclays Center, as well as the popular restaurants, cafés, and boutiques of Fort Greene.
LIU Brooklyn offers the very best of city life. Our beautifully landscaped 11-acre (.04km) campus (ranked the safest in New York City by The Daily Beast news website) offers easy access to the rich professional opportunities and resources of Manhattan. Our students have interned at some of the leading companies in the city, including Marvel Comics, The New York Stock Exchange and NBC Universal.
As an LIU Brooklyn student you will receive the knowledge and real-world opportunities that lead to success. We invite you to take the next step in your academic journey and discover your full potential at LIU Brooklyn.
57,000 students live and study in Brooklyn Voted the world’s greatest city (Time Out).
Brooklyn is home to 700 arts and cultural institutions.
6 million people work for businesses in New York City (labor.ny.gov).
Technology is the fastest growing industry in the city, with a 33% rise in jobs over 4 years (Bloomberg.com, 2014).
200+ languages are spoken here: 50% of New Yorkers speak a language other than English at home.
3 million NYC residents were born overseas.
NYC has the largest Chinese population of any city outside of Asia.
New York ranked 20th on the QS World’s Best Student City list 2016.
Advertised college graduate salaries in NYC are 36% higher than the rest of America (Indeed.com September 2015).
Location: New York
Institution type: Private University
Year founded: 1926
Student population: 7,025 (4,278 undergraduate; 2,747 graduate; international students from more than 50 countries)
Campus setting: Urban
Campus size: 0.04 km2
Student to faculty ratio: 12:1
Full-time faculty: 307
Faculty holding the highest degrees in their field: 86%
University accreditations: Middle
States Commission on Higher Education (MSCHE)
Program accreditations: MSCHE, ACOTE, ACPE, ARC-PA, APA, ASEP, ASHA-CAA, caATe, CAPTE, CAAHEP, CoARC, CSWE, NASPAA, TEAC
Athletics: NCAA Division 1
Varsity sports: 17 sports teams
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