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  U.S. COLLEGE & UNIVERSITY SPONSORS
 General Description of Institution
The University of Cincinnati serves a diverse community of more than 44,000 students across 14 colleges – the highest enrollment in our history thanks to rising reten- tion and unrivaled momentum. Founded in 1819, UC is an urban, research-intensive institution with an annual operating budget of $1.26 billion. The National Science Foundation places UC in the top 35 among America’s public research universities, and the New York Times recently called UC’s dramatic campus renovation of the past quarter century "the most ambitious campus- design program in the country."
Undergraduate Enrollment: 34,187 students Graduate Enrollment: 10,596 students
Key Institutional Contact
Hang (Helen) Chen, PhD
Associate Provost & Executive Director Experience-Based Learning & Career Education careereducation@uc.edu uc.edu/careereducation
General Description of Co-op Program
Top Co-op and Internship Locations
by Country 2017
United Kingdom | China | Germany | Singapore | Japan
Top Co-op and Internship Employers 2017
General Electric | Siemens PLM Software | Kinetic Vision | Intelligrated | Valeo Engine Cooling | Marathon Petroleum | TECT Corporation | Duke Energy | Toyota
| Cincinnati Children’s Hospital | CVS Pharmacy | The Christ Hospital | MedaCheck
Rankings
U.S. News – 2018
• Top Tier of the country’s “Best National
Universities,” placing at 133.
• 63 among top public universities.
• Top 20 for co-ops and internships.
• Listed among national universities with substantial
economic diversity.
• No. 83 among best colleges for veterans. • No. 111 among best value schools.
uc.edu/careereducation
 UC offers cooperative education in engineering, design, architecture, art, urban planning, information technology, business, and communications, plus in- ternships and other work-integrated learning oppor- tunities for every other major. UC invented cooper- ative education in 1906 and remains a leader in the field. In the 2016-17 academic year, more than 4,600 students filled more than 7,000 full-time co-op place- ments and collectively earned more than $66 million.
                           









































































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