Emory University is a private research university in Atlanta, Georgia. Founded as Emory College in 1836 by the Methodist Episcopal Church, it was named after John Emory, an American Bishop of the church who had recently died. The name “University” was adopted in 1915 to reflect its growth and development over time. Today, Emory stands as one of America's leading private universities with more than 15,000 students from all 50 U.S. states and more than 100 countries worldwide divided among 11 schools - four undergraduate divisions of arts and sciences; seven graduate and professional schools; three hospitals; multiple libraries; numerous joint degree programs with other institutions nationwide, including Georgia Tech and Agnes Scott College; two campuses located within the metro Atlanta area; international studies centers throughout the world including Oxford University in England; career services through its Goizueta Business School and Rollins School of Public Health to name few components that make up this distinguished academic institute globally recognized for both its excellence in education and exploration of groundbreaking research.
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