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This list of largest universities by enrollment in the world includes total active enrollment across all campuses, as well as off-campus study. The enrollment numbers listed are the sum of undergraduate and graduate students in active enrollment. The universities included below confer degrees of bachelor-level or higher, and either share a central board of governance and a single chancellor or president, or confer degrees with the same institution name.

Many of these universities, particularly those in the United States, are actually systems of separate university campuses, and may not accurately represent a comparable student body. For example, the enrollment listed for the University of California is the population of the entire student body in the University of California system, which is composed of several individual campuses statewide. All University of California campuses are entitled "University of California" and then denoted further by the campus location, such as "University of California, Irvine". Other states organize their public universities differently in ways that further complicate any direct comparisons.

Rank Institution Location Founded Affiliation Distance / In-Person[a] Enrollment Ref
1 India Indira Gandhi National Open University Delhi, India 1985 Public Distance 4,000,000+ [1][2]
2 United States California Community Colleges System California, United States 1967 Public In-Person 2,100,000 [3]
3 Bangladesh National University, Bangladesh Gazipur, Bangladesh 1992 Public In-Person 2,097,182 [4]
4 Turkey Anadolu University Eskisehir, Turkey 1958 Public Distance 1,974,343 [5]
5 Iran Islamic Azad University Iran 1982 Private In-Person 1,576,349 [6][7]
6 Pakistan Allama Iqbal Open University Islamabad, ICT, Pakistan 1974 Public Distance 1,326,948[citation needed]
7 Iran Payame Noor University Tehran, Iran 1987 Public In-Person 800,000 [8]
8 Bangladesh Bangladesh Open University Gazipur, Bangladesh 1992 Public Distance 650,000 [9]
9 Indonesia Universitas Terbuka Jakarta, Indonesia 1984 Public Distance 646,467 [10]
10 United States State University of New York system New York, United States 1948 Public In-Person 606,232 [11]
11 Nepal Tribhuvan University Kirtipur, Nepal 1959 Public In-Person 604,437 [12]
12 India Chaudhary Charan Singh University Meerut, Uttar Pradesh, India 1965 Public In-Person 560,000[citation needed]
13 India University of Bombay Bombay, Maharashtra, India 1857 Public In-Person 549,432 [13]
14 Thailand Ramkhamhaeng University Bangkok, Thailand 1971 Public In-Person 525,000 [14]
15 India Savitribai Phule Pune University Pune, Maharashtra, India 1948 Public In-Person 500,000 [15]
16 United States California State University system California, United States 1857 Public In-Person 479,000 [16]
17 United States University System of Ohio Ohio, United States 2007 Public In-Person 478,000 [17]
18 Pakistan University of the Punjab Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan 1882 Public In-Person 450,000 [18]
19 India Dr. B R Ambedkar Open University Telangana, India 1982 Public Distance 450,000 [19]
20 India University of Delhi Delhi, India 1922 Public In-Person 400,000 [20]
21 India Sikkim Manipal University Sikkim, India 1995 Private In-Person 390,000 [21]
22 South Africa University of South Africa Pretoria, Gauteng, South Africa 1873 Public Distance 355 240 [22]
23 Mexico National Autonomous University of Mexico Mexico City, Mexico 1551 Public In-Person 324,413 [23][24]
24 United States University System of Georgia Georgia, United States 1931 Public In-Person 318,027 [25]
25 Argentina University of Buenos Aires Buenos Aires, Argentina 1821 Public In-Person 316,050 [26][27]
26 Romania Spiru Haret University Bucharest, Romania 1991 Private In-Person 311,928 [28]
27 United States State University System of Florida Florida, United States 1954 Public In-Person 302,513 [29]
28 India Osmania University Hyderabad, Telangana, India 1918 Public In-Person 300,000 [30]
29 United States City University of New York NYC, New York, United States 1961 Public In-Person 274,357 [31]
30 Spain National University of Distance Education Spain 1972 Public Distance 260,079 [32][33]
31 India Rajiv Gandhi Technical University Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh, India 1998 Public In-Person 260,000 [34]
32 Egypt Cairo University Giza, Egypt 1908 Public In-Person 257,200 [35]
33 United States University of California system California, United States 1869 Public In-Person 238,700 [36]
34 United States University of Texas System Texas, United States 1881 Public In-Person 221,337 [37]
35 Brazil Estácio de Sá University Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 1970 Private In-Person 215,000 [38]
36 South Korea Korea National Open University South Korea 1972 Public Distance 210,978 [39]
37 Mexico University of Guadalajara Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico 1791 Public In-Person 209,406 [40]
38 United States Technical College System of Georgia Georgia, United States 1970 Public In-Person 191,567 [41]
39 Saudi Arabia King Abdulaziz University Jeddah, Saudi Arabia 1976 Public In-Person 177,234 [42]
40 United Kingdom Open University Milton Keynes, England, United Kingdom 1969 Public Distance 173,915 [43]
41 Dominican Republic Autonomous University of Santo Domingo Santo Domingo 1538 (reopened 1914) Public In-Person 170,530 [44][44]
42 Pakistan University of Karachi Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan 1951 Public ? 174,000?[citation needed]
43 United States Utah System of Higher Education Utah, United States 1894 Public In-Person 171,291 [45]
44 Egypt Ain Shams University Cairo, Egypt 1950 Public In-Person 170,000 (Undergraduates Only) [46]
45 United States University of North Carolina system North Carolina, United States 1789 Public In-Person 169,792 [47]
46 Mexico National Polytechnic Institute Mexico City, Mexico 1936 Public In-Person 166,738 [48]
47 United States University of Wisconsin System Wisconsin, United States 1848 Public In-Person 162,933 [49]
48 India Uttar Pradesh Technical University Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh, India 2000 Public In-Person 150,000 [50]
49 India Madhya Pradesh Bhoj Open University Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh, India 1991 Public Distance 150,000 [51]
50 Italy Sapienza University of Rome Rome, Italy 1303 Public In-Person 147,000 [52]
51 United States University System of Maryland Maryland, United States 1988 Public In-Person 144,363 [53]
52 Russia Modern University for the Humanities Moscow, Russia 1992 Public Distance 140,000 [54]
53 Brazil Norte do Paraná University Londrina, Paraná, Brazil 1972 Private Distance 130,000 [55]
54 Guatemala University of San Carlos of Guatemala Guatemala City, Guatemala 1676 Public In-Person 124,000 [56]
55 France National Centre for Distance Education France 1939 Public Distance 120,000 [57]
56 Nigeria National Open University of Nigeria Nigeria 2002 Public Distance 300,000 [58]
57 United States Texas A&M University System Texas, United States 1876 Public In-Person 114,691 [59]
58 Argentina National University of Córdoba Córdoba, Argentina 1613 Public In-Person 113,558 [60]
59 United States Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education Pennsylvania, United States 1982 Public In-Person 110,428 [61]
60 United States Liberty University Virginia, United States 1971 Private Distance 110,000 [62]
61 Greece National and Kapodistrian University of Athens Athens, Greece 1960 Public In-Person 104,000 [39]
62 Malaysia MARA University of Technology Shah Alam, Malaysia 1956 Public In-Person 100,000 [63]
63 Austria University of Vienna Vienna, Austria 1365 Public In-Person 93,855 [64]
64 Canada University of Toronto Toronto, Canada 1827 Public In-Person 88,766 [65]
65 Spain Complutense University of Madrid Madrid, Spain 1293 Public In-Person 83,000 [66]
66 Italy University of Bologna Bologna, Italy 1088 Public In-Person 80,000 [67]
a Indicates if most or all students are enrolled in a fully Distance Learning modality

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