The University of New Mexico

College introduction

The University of New Mexico (UNM) is one of the first prestigious American universities recognized and recommended by the Ministry of Education of China. It was established in 1889 and has a history of 128 years. UNM is one of the 50 flagship universities in the United States. The university currently provides 101 undergraduate programs, 81 master's degree programs, and 47 doctoral programs in various disciplines, and is the largest institution of higher learning in New Mexico.

UNM has a competitive faculty, and a Nobel Prize winner, Germain. He is one of the best theoretical physicists in the world after Einstein. There are also two MacArthur Fellows, 35 Fulbrights Scholars and 5 members of the United States National Academy of Sciences.

UNM has significant advantages in engineering, medicine, pharmacy, Latin American studies, anthropology, photography, biology, laser science and environmental ecology.


UNM's main campus is located in downtown Albuquerque, which boasts a population of nearly one million. It also has campuses in Gallup, Los Alamos, Taos, and Valencia County, and provides graduate and senior-level programs in Los Alamos and Santa Fe.

Albuquerque has 310 days of sunshine throughout the year, four distinct seasons, a large temperature difference between day and night, excellent air quality, and a mild climate in winter and summer. Rio Grande runs through the city from north to south. There is a pleasant natural environment around, which makes it a top resort for outdoor sports such as hiking, skiing, water skiing, rock climbing, and rafting. The city is rich in folk culture. Every year, a large number of national-level troupe performances, concerts, American Indian dance performances, sports events and various festivals are seen here.

New Mexico is located in the heart of the southwestern United States. With convenient transportation, it serves as a transportation hub between the east and west coasts. The state has three interstate highways running through Colorado northward to Canada, and linking California in the east and Texas in the west. There are more than 200 airports in the state.

Cooperative program: Combined bachelor's and master's degree program / exchange program / short-term study tour (3+1+1.5 mode)

Admission requirements: IELTS: 6.0 (undergraduate), 6.5 (postgraduate)

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