Baltimore’s Inner Harbor, with its amazing views, fine dining and cultural experiences is enough to make you wish your vacation was a few days longer. And this isn’t even half of what the city has to offer. Baltimore is known for its education in the health and science field and is home to some of the nation’s top schools.* Additionally, the Baltimore region has the 8th highest percentage of job openings in "STEM" fields among large metro areas, which equates to some very high-paying job openings for qualified students.* With their 15 4-year institutions and 10 community colleges and trade schools, Baltimore is headed in the right direction for the future working class.*
Along with Venice, Hong Kong, and Rio De Janeiro, Baltimore was voted one of the world’s best waterfront cities.* It is the largest seaport in the Mid-Atlantic and offers a plethora of popular attractions when the Harbor no longer excites you: an internationally renowned orchestra, the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, a five-day international film festival, Walters Art Museum, Maryland Science Center, Oriole Park at Camden Yards and the Baltimore Museum of Industry, just to name a few.* When all is said and done, studying for your exams while watching the boats unload at the docks and the seagulls fly over the high-rises seem like a perfect way to spend your college years.*U.S. Census Online *National Center for Education Statistics *baltimorecity.gov *www.baltimoresun.com *www.greaterbaltimore.org
Johns Hopkins University offers 438 degree programs. It's a very large, private not-for-profit, four-year university in a large city. In 2019, 9,481 students graduated with students earning 6,601 Master's degrees, 1,381 Bachelor's degrees, 816 Certificates, and 683 Doctoral degrees.
University of Maryland-Baltimore County offers 176 degree programs. It's a large, public, four-year university in a large suburb. In 2019, 3,468 students graduated with students earning 2,540 Bachelor's degrees, 624 Master's degrees, 223 Certificates, and 81 Doctoral degrees.
Loyola University Maryland offers 82 degree programs. It's a medium sized, private not-for-profit, four-year university in a large city. In 2019, 1,706 students graduated with students earning 882 Bachelor's degrees, 802 Master's degrees, 21 Doctoral degrees, and 1 Certificate.
Notre Dame of Maryland University offers 63 degree programs. It's a small, private not-for-profit, four-year university in a large city. In 2019, 601 students graduated with students earning 323 Master's degrees, 201 Bachelor's degrees, 58 Doctoral degrees, and 19 Certificates.
|School||Average Tuition||Student Teacher Ratio||Enrolled Students|
|Johns Hopkins University Baltimore, MD||18 : 1||27,079|
|United States Naval Academy Annapolis, MD||14 : 1||4,538|
|St. John's College Annapolis, MD||10 : 1||542|
|University of Maryland-Baltimore County Baltimore, MD||24 : 1||13,602|
|Loyola University Maryland Baltimore, MD||16 : 1||5,473|
|Maryland Institute College of Art Baltimore, MD||15 : 1||2,227|
|Notre Dame of Maryland University Baltimore, MD||21 : 1||2,277|
|Towson University Towson, MD||24 : 1||22,709|
|Goucher College Baltimore, MD||19 : 1||2,168|
|Morgan State University Baltimore, MD||17 : 1||7,763|
|University of Baltimore Baltimore, MD||24 : 1||4,476|
|Ner Israel Rabbinical College Baltimore, MD||37 : 1||443|
|Coppin State University Baltimore, MD||22 : 1||2,724|
|McDaniel College Westminster, MD||22 : 1||2,851|
|Stevenson University Stevenson, MD||28 : 1||3,579|
|Lincoln College of Technology-Columbia Columbia, MD||27 : 1||875|
|North American Trade Schools Baltimore, MD||551|
|Baltimore Studio of Hair Design Baltimore, MD||38|
|Robert Paul Academy of Cosmetology Arts & Sciences Timonium, MD||62|
|Aveda Institute-Maryland Bel Air, MD||63|