The University of Cincinnati offers students a balance of educational excellence and real-world experience. UC is a public research university with an enrollment of nearly 47,000 students and has been named among the top-tier “Best National Universities" by U.S. News & World Report.
Graduate students play a critical role in research at UC. Through the University’s more than 350 graduate degree and certificate programs, graduate students generate knowledge and discovery that benefit society. Investing in tomorrow’s leaders, UC ranks in the top 3% in annual research expenditures among institutions of higher education that invest more than $50 million per year.
UC’s drive to invent within and beyond the classroom has been the source of many breakthrough contributions, including the oral polio vaccine and the first antihistamine. In fiscal year 2020, the University and its affiliates—renowned for premier patient care, health-related research, and training of health care professionals—earned $525 million in research funding.
“We offer a diversity of opportunities,” said Patrick Limbach, an Ohio Eminent Scholar and UC’s Vice President for Research. “Whether you’re in the creative or performing arts, humanities, engineering, sciences or medicine, that is one of our strengths.”