Commencement ceremony at UChicago

Innovative, career-driven learning experiences define University of Chicago Professional Education. In our commitment to spread the University's knowledge as broadly as possible, we offer impactful and flexible programs and courses that introduce individual and corporate audiences to up-to-the-minute research, the latest standards in their field, a new professional network, and the University of Chicago's rich intellectual community. Our instructors, seasoned professionals all, deliver unparalleled expertise drawn from years of industry experience. We give our students the tools to succeed in our fast-moving, interconnected world and achieve a competitive edge at any stage of their careers.

Paving your path to success

We don't believe in a one-size-fits-all approach to education. Each student has unique personal and professional circumstances that shape their learning needs.

The University offers a wealth of resources to support its diverse student body, including career counseling and free access to family-friendly programs.

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UChicago Center in Paris

An international perspective

Our roots are in Chicago but, with a presence in five other countries outside the United States, our reach is global.

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Pioneering a lifetime of learning

Professional education has been central to the University since its inception. UChicago is home to the first university-based continuing education program in the country, and our founding President, William Rainey Harper, made expanding access to continuous learning a cornerstone of the institution.

Strength in Numbers

We've been providing top-tier professional education for more than 125 years. From our Nobel prize-winners to our vast alumni network, studying at the University of Chicago means joining a community with a long history of being extraordinary.

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U.S News & World Report best college ranking

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UChicago alumni worldwide

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Nobel-Laureates affiliated with UChicago

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global campuses and centers

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countries represented

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graduate and professional students