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About University of Maryland


The University of Maryland features three Nobel winners, four Fulbright scholars and seven Pulitzer recipients. Maryland is among 18 universities to be named by The Princeton Review to its Green Rating Honor Roll. Founded in 1856, Maryland is one of the nation's pre-eminent public research universities and on track to become one of the world's best universities. It offers graduate, undergraduate, certificate and special academic programs. The Indian Students Association encourages and invites students to participate in community service, meet new friends, and take interest in other related activities.

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What courses does University of Maryland offer?

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Applied and Pure Sciences
Applied and Pure Sciences
Business and Management
Business and Management
Social Studies and Media
Social Studies and Media
Health and Medicine
Health and Medicine


College of Agriculture and Natural Resources

University of Maryland, COLLEGE PARK, Maryland, United States, 20742.

College of Behavioral and Social Sciences

University of Maryland, 2141 Tydings Hall, 7343 Preinkert Dr, COLLEGE PARK, Maryland, United States, 20742.

School of Public Policy

University of Maryland, 2101 Van Munching Hall, COLLEGE PARK, Maryland, United States, 20742.

School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation

University of Maryland, Building 145 (Intersection of Mowatt and Campus Dr), COLLEGE PARK, Maryland, United States, 20742.

School of Public Health, Department of Health Services Administration

2367 School of Public Health Building, COLLEGE PARK, Maryland, United States, 20742.

School of Public Health, Department of Behavioral and Community Health

SPH Building, Valley Drive, University of Maryland, COLLEGE PARK, Maryland, United States, 20742.

College of Information Studies

Room 4105 Hornbake Building South, University of Maryland, COLLEGE PARK, Maryland, United States, 20742.

Philip Merrill College of Journalism

1100 Knight Hall, University of Maryland, COLLEGE PARK, Maryland, United States, 20742.

A James Clark School of Engineering

3179 Glenn L. Martin Hall Bldg #088, University of Maryland, COLLEGE PARK, Maryland, United States, 20742.

College of Arts and Humanities

University of Maryland, 1328 Tawes Hall, COLLEGE PARK, Maryland, United States, 20742.


Here's what Indian students are saying about their experience at University of Maryland.

What Indian students say

When asked, 100% of reviewers recommend University of Maryland

Overall experience

Admission process

(3 out of 5)

Funding / Scholarships

(5 out of 5)

Study experience

(4 out of 5)

Life experience

(4 out of 5)

Job prospects

(4 out of 5)

Student reviews










Anonymous 3

Environmental Science

I have completed Masters at the University of Maryland. The university met my expectations in terms of excellent programs and a great teaching staff. I am interested on program presentation.

Ramesh, India 5


This school is very fun and provides an excellent education, especially for a state school. I was very apprehensive about attending but do not regret my decision at all. UMD provides many opportunities in research, inter read full review

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About the accommodation

The University of Maryland provides good residential facilities to its students. There are about 8,245 beds in 36 residence halls and a 625-bed Leonardtown apartment community in the University. Most students live in double rooms and have one roommate. About 12 per cent of all beds are in triple or quad rooms, where students have two or three roommates. Single rooms (no roommate) are assigned solely to returning residence hall students through a seniority system. There is no access to single rooms for new-to-housing students, including for reasons of a medical condition or disability. New-to-housing students may request assignments in traditional "dormitory-style" residence halls (most without air conditioning) or in furnished, carpeted and air-conditioned apartments or suites. Housing demand from graduate students usually exceeds the supply of available beds, so students are requested to ask for housing early, preferably immediately upon receiving formal notice of their admission. All requests are initially placed on a waiting list. If space becomes available, graduate students are moved off the waiting list and assigned a room and roommate. Priority for residence hall housing is given to full-time undergraduate students. The Department of Dining Services offers plans to suit every appetite and every schedule. Classic plans accommodate those living in on-campus residence halls, optional plans cater to students living in nearby apartments and houses, and add-on plans meet the needs of students with large appetites or a desire for even greater convenience and flexibility. Only students who live in traditional and suite-style residence halls where no cooking is permitted are required to have dining plans.

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