Should I apply to UMSL or Saint Louis University?

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    Chandra Shekhar | Contributor-Level 10

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    UMSL and Saint Louis University are among the popular universities to study in the USA. If you have to select one from them, then UMSL is better choice in term of placements and tuition fees. The University of Missouri-St. Louis placement rate is around 97% while the Saint Louis University placement rate is around 84%. Mentioned below are the comparison of both the universities in terms of placement rate and first-year tuition fees:

    Universities1st Year Tuition FeesPlacement Rate
    University of Missouri-St. Louis (UMSL)INR 13 L to INR 32 L97%
    Saint Louis UniversityINR 8 L to INR 46 L84%
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