University at Albany
The University at Albany is an internationally recognized public research institution, carrying out a broad mission of undergraduate and graduate education, research and service. More than 17,000 students are enrolled in nine schools and colleges, and benefit from the strength and rich diversity of UAlbany's people and programs. The University's 189 academic programs range from public policy to nanotechnology, informatics to documentary studies, and globalization to biotechnology.
UAlbany's location in the bustling capital of New York State affords extensive internship opportunities for students, who also can take advantage of more than 300 study-abroad programs.
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