University of The Bahamas

University of The Bahamas Ranking

country rank: 1
world rank: 5718

University Overview

It was established in 1974 as a private higher-education school in the city of Nassau, Bahamas. The University of The Bahamas is a coeducational higher-education institution (population range of 250,000-499,999 inhabitants). Branch campuses for this school are also located in the following locations: Grand Bahama, San Salvador, and Exuma are all islands in the Bahamas. The University of The Bahamas ranking (UB), which is officially recognized by the Ministry of Education of The Bahamas, is a medium-sized (Topuniversitieslist enrollment range: 8,000-8,999 students) coeducational Bahamian higher education institution with a national enrollment range of 8,000-8,999 students. The University of The Bahamas ranking (UB) provides courses and programs that lead to legally recognized higher education degrees such as bachelor’s degrees and master’s degrees in a variety of fields of study in a variety of disciplines. For further information, please see the degree levels and fields of study matrix provided below by Topuniversitieslist. It is a selective admission procedure at this 46-year-old Bahamian higher-education institution, which is based on entrance exams as well as students’ previous academic record and grades. International students are invited to submit an application for admission. Additionally,¬†University of The Bahamas provides students with a variety of academic and non-academic facilities and services, including a library, residence halls and athletics facilities, financial aid and/or scholarships, study abroad and exchange programs, online courses and distance learning opportunities, administrative services, and a variety of academic and non-academic facilities and services.

University of The Bahamas Ranking

University Identity

Name University of The Bahamas
Acronym UB
Founded 1974
Motto Knowledge, Truth, Integrity
Colours Pink, orange, brown, yellow and gold

University Location

Address University Boulevard, PO Box N 4912 Nassau Bahamas
Tel +1 (242) 302 4300
Fax +1 (242) 326 7834
Other locations Grand Bahama, San Salvador, Exuma

Yearly Tuition Range

Undergraduate Postgraduate
10,000-12,500 US$ (7,400-9,200 Euro) over 20,000 US$ (14,700 Euro)
12,500-15,000 US$ (9,200-11,000 Euro) over 20,000 US$ (14,700 Euro)

University Admissions

Gender Men and Women (coed)
International Students Yes, international applicants are welcome to apply for admission
Selection Type Yes, based on entrance examinations and students' past academic record and grades
Admission Rate Not reported
Admission Office Portia Smith Student Services Centre, 2nd Floor, Rm 201; PO Box 4912 Nassau (242) 302 4377

Size and Profile

Student Enrollment 8,000-8,999
Academic Staff 300-399
Control Type Private
Entity Type Not reported
Academic Calendar Semesters
Campus Setting Urban
Religious Affiliation None

Carnegie Classification

Facilities and Services

Library Yes
Housing Yes
Sport Facilities Yes
Financial Aids Yes
Study Abroad Yes
Distance Learning Yes
Academic Counseling Not reported
Career Services Not reported
Institutional Hospital Not reported


Institutional Accreditation

Memberships and Affiliations

American Library Association (ALA) Association of American Colleges and Universities (AAC&U) Association of Caribbean Tertiary Institutions (ACTI) Association of Caribbean University, Research and Institutional Libraries (ACURIL) Caribbean Association of Law Libraries Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA) Council of Undergraduate Research Institute of International Education (IIE) International Association of Law Libraries (IALL) International Association of Universities (IAU) International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA) Medical Library Association (MLA)

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