University of Chicago

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University of Chicago


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    The University of Chicago was created in 1890 with a very progressive mission, certainly by Victorian standards. Their goal was to create an academic institution that would extend the benefits of a rigorous higher education to people of both sexes and all backgrounds equally. It was dedicated to, in the university’s first president’s words “Complete freedom of speech on all subjects.”

    Even from day one, it was destined to be a large campus, situated on 217 acres of land in the prestigious Hyde Park neighbourhood of Chicago, very near to Lake Michigan.

    Its undergraduate college was organised on the English model, yet its graduate school was formed after the German research university model. It now consists of several top ranked professional schools as well, including the Pritzker School of Molecular Engineering, the Graham School of Continuing Liberal and Professional Studies, a Divinity School, the Harris School of Public Policy Studies, the School of Social Service Administration, the Law School, the Booth School of Business and the Pritzker School of Medicine.


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