Experience the Miami difference
Located in Oxford, Ohio, Miami University was founded in 1809, making it one of the oldest public universities in the United States. Miami has a national reputation and is one of eight original institutions recognized as a Public Ivy.
Miami University students receive the advantages of a major public university—reasonable costs, over 100 fields of study, opportunities for research, and more than 475 student organizations—while simultaneously experiencing the personal attention and academic reputation typically found only at smaller, private schools.
Here are just a few of the benefits international students experience at Miami University:
- International student services: International Student and Scholar Services is dedicated to ensuring international students experience a successful transition to the university and provides guidance to accepted students on visa and immigration matters, health insurance, bill payment, housing, and more. In partnership with many of Miami's other offices, ISSS also hosts an International Student Orientation program prior to the start of each semester.
- Student-centered: Miami's strong commitment to undergraduate teaching has received national recognition from U.S. News & World Report, The Princeton Review, The New York Times, and BusinessWeek.
- Research opportunities: More than 2,000 undergraduates work with professors on funded research each year.
- The ideal student community: Miami is a safe, residential campus in a small, university town recognized by Forbes as the best college town in America.