UGA is ranked 21st among the nation's top public universities in America in U.S. News & World Report's Best Colleges 2016 edition.
UGA is ranked No. 18 on the Forbes "Top 25 Public Colleges 2015" list.

UGA is ranked 10th among public universities and 24th overall in the 2015 New York Times College Access Index.

The University of Georgia is ranked No. 3 in Washington Monthly magazine's list of "Best Bang for the Buck Colleges in the Southeast 2015" for being one of the best values for students.
In its 2016 edition U.S. News & World Report ranks the Terry College of Business No. 29 for best undergraduate business school.
The Terry College MBA program ranks 19th among public institutions and No. 36 overall in the 2015 Forbes ranking of America's top MBA programs.
The University of Georgia continues to be one of the best values in public higher education in the nation. Top value and low debt at graduation earned UGA 12th place status on Kiplinger Magazine's 2016 list of 100 best values among public colleges and universities.
UGA graduate programs continue to rank among the best in the nation. In USNWR's 2016 edition of America's Best Graduate Schools, the School of Law ranked 31st, the College of Education was 33rd, and the Terry College of Business ranked 53rd.
In USNWR's highlights of the best undergraduate business programs offered nationwide, UGA's Terry College of Business topped the competition with a first-place ranking for its insurance and risk management specialty. Terry's real estate program tied for third with the University of California, Berkeley.
USNWR ranks the Terry College of Business's full-time MBA program 49th in the nation and 23rd among public programs.
In its latest ratings, Bloomberg Businessweek ranked undergraduate programs in the Terry College of Business No. 50 in the nation and 19th among public universities.
In its 2015 rankings of Executive MBA programs, The Economist placed the Terry College of Business EMBA program at No. 14 in the world.
UGA's Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication was named one of the top three journalism schools in the country, according to a survey by the Radio Television Digital News Association. The Grady College was third behind the University of Missouri and Northwestern University.
The university was ranked 15th among all U.S. institutions in the latest Open Doors report on the number of American students studying abroad.
UGA's College of Education tied for No. 28 in USNWR's 2015 Best Online Programs rankings for its master's degree programs.
The School of Public and International Affairs was ranked fourth among graduate schools of public affairs, according to the 2014 U.S. News & World Report rankings. Among specialty programs, SPIA ranked second for public management administration and fifth for public finance and budgeting.
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