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Emory is a private, Christian graduate school in Druid Hills, Georgia in the Atlanta Area. It has a large graduate student body with an enrollment of 7,326 graduate students. The 64 graduate programs at Emory University are all on-campus only and none are offered online. The most popular graduate school programs at Emory University are Business, Law, and Epidemiology. 20% of its graduate students are part-time graduate students.
408 Administration Building, 201 Dowman Drive
Atlanta, GA 30322

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Emory University delivers excellent academics combined with rich cultural diversity. Emory is dedicated to the innovation and advancement of the medical community. With several hospitals/clinics located directly on campus, there are great opportunities to make career connections, develop, and grow as a healthcare professional. Emory university is definitely one of the top tier universities in the country for students choosing to pursue a career in any of the healthcare fields (nursing, NP, PA, or MD).
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I visited multiple universities during interviews for the Physician Assistant program. Emory University was hands down the most impressive program I visited. The facilities are top-notch, but honestly it was the faculty and staff that sold me. I could tell that they genuinely cared about selecting the best overall "person" for their program. What I mean by this, is that may places I visited only saw me as numbers and figures of GPA's and test scores, they didn't really look past that. Emory wanted to really get to know what type of a human being I was, and asked questions that indicated what type of character I possessed.
Emory is a superb academic institution. From high-class research, to excellent athletics, from high diversity to excellent academics, Emory has it all. The campus is always buzzing with activity and competition. It is highly recommended for a variety of disciplines from medicine, nursing, law to business school.