Baltimore Colleges & Universities

Baltimore Colleges and Universities

Although Baltimore is Maryland's largest city, it offers a college town atmosphere with plenty of activities for students of Baltimore colleges and universities. Nightlife is a combination of live music, dance clubs and bars, and refined wine bars and brewpubs. Sports fans can cheer on the Baltimore Orioles at Camden Yards, and many style-conscious students are drawn to Baltimore's upscale shops and boutiques at Harborplace.

Potential students of Baltimore colleges and universities can find an exciting range of academic opportunities. Baltimore's fifteen schools include Johns Hopkins University, one of the nation's premier research institutions. Additionally, Baltimore colleges and universities include private liberal arts institutions, sectarian schools, and specialized training schools focusing on the arts, religion, and vocational training. The education available to Baltimore students is as diverse as the city itself.



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Large Schools


Johns Hopkins University
The Community College of Baltimore County


Medium Schools


Baltimore City Community College
University of Baltimore
Loyola College in Maryland
University of Maryland-Baltimore
University of Maryland-Baltimore County
Morgan State University


Small Schools


Baltimore Hebrew University Inc
Baltimore Studio of Hair Design
Baltimore International College
Coppin State University
North American Trade Schools
Goucher College
Maryland Institute College of Art
Ner Israel Rabbinical College
College of Notre Dame of Maryland
TESST College of Technology-Baltimore
Maryland Beauty Academy of Essex
St. Mary's Seminary & University
Sojourner-Douglass College
All-State Career School Baltimore
Medix School-West



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