NEW YORK — The Ivy League schools are all over the place, but the University of Virginia (UNLV) has emerged as the most desirable choice for graduating students.
According to a recent UVA News survey, only 14 percent of the nation’s 1,000 graduates were in need of an undergraduate degree at the institution.
UNLV also came in as the only school to score a B+.
While many students might not have the time or resources to go to one of the more prestigious Ivy League universities, the average graduating senior earns more than $160,000 annually in tuition, fees and room and board.
In addition, many of the country’s most well-known institutions are located on campus.UNLV has more than 3,000 undergraduate students and is the only university in the nation to offer both a bachelor’s and master’s degree.
It has also recently added the medical school and its own medical school.
The school is located in Charlottesville, Virginia, the hometown of former President Donald Trump and the home of the iconic statue of Robert E. Lee.
According the UVA report, the median salary of graduating students is $56,000.
UNL has an average starting salary of $59,500, with the average graduate earning $74,000 over the course of a five-year degree.