University of Oklahoma

University of Oklahoma

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The University Of Oklahoma (OU) is a coeducational public research university located in Norman, Oklahoma. Founded in 1890, it had existed in Oklahoma Territory near Indian Territory for 17 years before the two became the state of Oklahoma. As of 2016, the university had 31,250 students enrolled, most of which is located at its main campus in Norman. The university has quite a name in the US and has kept it intact for a long time. While all graduate Engineering degrees at the University of Oklahoma are nationally ranked in the Top 100, most notable is the Petroleum Engineering program ranked at #6, the MBA program ranked at #58, and the Aerospace Engineering program ranked at #53




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Even though the city of Oklahoma is densely populated, 20 miles down south Normal is exactly opposite of what you’d see at Oklahoma. Norman is a calmer place and the population is not that big. The neighborhood at Norman is always at peace and the town is cleaner and hygienic than any other town in the US.


The main campus of the University of Oklahoma is bordered by Boyd Street on the north, Timberdell Road on the south, Chautauqua Avenue on the west, and Jenkins Avenue on the east. The Norman campus is centered on two large ovals. The Parrington Oval is anchored on the south by Evans Hall, the main administrative building. This building highlights the "Cherokee Gothic" style of architecture locally derived from the Collegiate Gothic style, the style that dominates and defines the older buildings on the OU campus. The North Oval is bordered on the east by the Oklahoma Memorial Union and the university is home to numerous museums. The campus is magnificent and has great structures that are considered as heritage at present. The serenity within the campus and peace for studies both are available in abundance here.

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There are five residential halls on campus for the university students. The on-campus residence halls are equipped with all kinds of facilities that are necessary for its students with all required safety.


Employing nearly 3,000 faculty members The census says that almost 40% of the faculty has served this university for over 25 years and they do not wish to leave it. The faculty at architecture and engineering college are undoubtedly great as they are one of the top-rated faculties in the US.

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The University of Oklahoma is a great advantage in getting you connected with those who are helpful in your field. It has a very large and active Career Services Department that hosts 12 job and internship fairs on campus each year, in which more than 200 companies attend. There are 73% of students who get placed immediately after graduation and are satisfied with their afterlife. In 2017, graduates from OU had access to 6,806 online job postings, which included an average starting salary for engineering graduates at $62,749 USD as well as 147 companies offered internships to engineering students at average of $23.95 USD per hour. Last year, nearly 300 companies recruiting OU engineering graduates including American Airlines, AT&T, Boeing, BP Global, Hitachi, Michelin, GE, Xerox, DuPont, Texas Instruments, Paycom, Walmart, and many energy companies, which are prominent in the State of Oklahoma.

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