Woodbury University

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Woodbury University

Four-Year School

Programs Offered

Bachelor's Degree, Master's Degree
Founded in 1884, Woodbury University is one of the oldest institutions of higher education in Southern California. With campuses in Burbank/Los Angeles and San Diego, the university offers 26 undergraduate programs within our College of Liberal Arts, School of Architecture, School of Business and School of Media Culture and Design. Visit https://woodbury.edu/academics/ for more information. Woodbury students leave the University with hands-on experience, real-world connections, and a top-tier education. More than 90 percent of our students get jobs in their chosen or applied field. Woodbury alumni have built thriving businesses, run magazines, established accounting and design firms, become notable fashion designers for film and television, won design competitions, built award-winning buildings, held public office, and led growing organizations.

Region:

Los Angeles

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Region

Los Angeles

Locations

7500 Glenoaks Boulevard Burbank, California 91504-1052

Demographics

Undergraduate Enrollment

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Graduate Enrollment

0

International Student Enrollment

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Student/Faculty Ratio

15:1

Top International Student Countries

China, Hong Kong, India, Saudi Arabia, Iran

Woodbury University

Get to know us

Woodbury’s Mission

Woodbury University transforms students into innovative professionals who will contribute responsibly to the global community. We achieve academic excellence by focusing on purposeful student engagement, establishing external partnerships, and ensuring that all our processes, services, and environment enrich the student experience.

Why Woodbury?

Woodbury offers a unique experience that is personal, communal, and practice-based. Every major requires an internship, giving students work experience and a competitive advantage after graduation. Our location in one of the most exciting and vibrant communities in the world–in the heart of Southern California’s creative economy provides a wealth of internship opportunities that give students practical work experience in their field of interest.

Learn in an intimate and engaging setting Our student-to-faculty ratio is 15:1 and our average class size is just 15, enabling students to engage and learn in ways that are generally not possible at larger institutions. Our size also enables us to provide a more personalized approach to our educational and extracurricular offerings.