University of Illinois at Chicago

The origins of the University of Illinois in Chicago go back to 1859 when the its first pharmacy training module was taught, followed by other disciplines. After the Second World War, in the face of a continuing demand for a public university, a complex designed by Walter Netsch was inaugurated in the city in 1965. Today reorganised and extended, the UIC campus, a lively living space, has a 28 000-strong student population, a quarter of whom live on campus.

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Address:

60607 Chicago

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Jane Addams Hull-House Museum
Jane Addams Hull-House Museum
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St. Ignatius College Prep
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Washington Square
Washington Square
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Willis Tower (former Sears Tower)  Willis Tower (former Sears Tower)
Willis Tower (former Sears Tower)
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Skydeck  Skydeck
Skydeck
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Chicago Board of Trade Building
Chicago Board of Trade Building
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