Arizona State University – Polytechnic

About University

Arizona State University (ASU) is an innovative school where students and faculty work together to develop, advance and lead in space exploration. Several Nobel Laureates and Pulitzer Prize winners teach top-ranked programs to prepare the next generation of innovators to thrive as pioneers in research, entrepreneurship, and economic development.

ASU has nationally ranked programs that has positioned the institution as a top recruitment and hiring institution by more than 50 of the country’s top corporations. The University has more than 20,000 thinkers and innovators that successfully graduate every year. More than 13,000 international students call ASU home, making them a top 10 university in the U.S. for hosting students from all over the world.

Why this University?

Academics: The ASU Polytechnic campus is a center for studies in sciences, engineering, management, technology and education. It provides specialized equipment for hands-on exploration and project-based learning which includes flight simulators, consumer behaviour research, advanced laboratory space, and on-demand digital manufacturing.

Campus Life: The campus offers a small, yet engaged community with family housing, a freshman residence hall, and a student recreation center. A solitary greenhouse is reserved as a special place for sustainability, preservation and contemplation. Within a 30-minute drive of the campus lies hiking trails amidst the legendary Superstition Mountains, with several lakes nearby.



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University Profile Card

University Name Arizona State University – Polytechnic Campu
City/State/Country Mesa, Arizona
Founded 1885
Institution type Public
Student population 9,752+
International students N/A