Microcampus Network

The University of Arizona has established a worldwide network of micro-campuses for the international delivery of collaborative degree programs to local students on the campuses of our partner universities.

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University of Arizona Microcampus Advantages

Micro-campuses address global demand for higher education, opening doors for students unable to study in the United States, while providing a synergistic hub for other forms of internationalization including faculty collaborations in research, student intercultural learning, interdisciplinary community engagement, and more.

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Double the Benefits

Students learn from Arizona and partner university faculty, access Arizona and partner university resources, earn two or more degrees, and become part of two alumni networks.

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Access to a Top Global University

The University of Arizona ranks number 69 out of more than 20,000 schools, according to the Center for World University Rankings—making it a top 1% university worldwide!

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Innovative Course Delivery

Our teaching style embraces technology and encourages active learning, empowering students to apply concepts they learn in the classroom to real-world situations.

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Multiple Disciplines

Undergraduate and graduate degree programs vary by location and include everything from engineering, business, and law to the arts, social sciences, and public health.

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Seamless Study Abroad

Students may complete their program entirely in their home country or study abroad at our Tucson, Arizona campus in the U.S. for a summer, semester, or longer.

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Affordable Programs

Students pay significantly less than earning the same degree in the U.S. and also earn a degree from a partner university.

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University of Arizona and Gulf Medical University (GMU)

The University of Arizona and Gulf Medical University (GMU) offer innovative programs that allow students to earn a Master of Public Health (MPH) in Public Health Practice from the UA and GMU. The partnership enables students to complete a U.S.-accredited degree entirely in Ajman, United Arab Emirates.

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