With more than 1400 international students from 89 countries, the University of Denver is truly a global institution. DU students are serious about their place in the world, reflected by the fact that nearly 70 percent of DU undergraduates study abroad during their time at the University. The importance of global learning and wide-ranging experiences is emphasized in our campus culture. You will feel at home in a community that is open to broad ideas, diverse cultures and international perspectives.
Founded in 1864, DU is the oldest private university in the Rocky Mountain region and is known for its outstanding academics and strong faculty-student collaboration. The University is located in a vibrant and growing metropolitan area - and a short distance from some of the country's finest national parks and outdoor recreational opportunities.
The University of Denver is committed to fostering an international campus, and we welcome you to apply!
- First-year applicants, please review the first year application requirements.
- Transfer applicants, please review the transfer application requirements.
- Graduate students, please visit the Graduate Studies website.
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