India

Traditional Indian Dance
 Henna tattoo
 Holi celebration

Academics

Over 400 students from India have been admitted to Miami University over the last 3 years. When on campus, students have studied in a variety of academic programs within all of the divisions. 

Academic College Top Majors
Farmer School of Business Finance, Business
College of Engineering and Computing Computer Science, Mechanical Engineering
College of Arts and Sciences Biology, Economics
College of Creative Arts Interactive Media Studies, Architecture
College of Education, Health, and Society Sport Leadership & Management, Public Health

Involvement

Students have also found community in Oxford, Ohio. The Indian Students Association (ISA) is one of several hundred organizations at Miami. Their goal is to help maintain the identity of subcontinental Indians and Indian Americans, enrich their community life, and promote cultural exchange and understanding. ISA sponsors the annual Diwali celebration and additional programs throughout the year including lunches at nearby Indian restaurants, celebration of other Indian holidays, and organizing community charity events. Contact the ISA Adviser, Vaskar Raychoudhury, for more information at raychov@miamioh.edu.

92 students from India attended Miami University's Oxford campus in 2017-2018

Contact Our India Admission Counselor

Priyanka Rao

raop@MiamiOH.edu
+91 916-771-9979

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Meet Our Faculty, Current Students, and Alumni

Pushti
Pushti '21
Software Engineering
Godhra

"Miami has always made me feel that 'I am Miami!' In one class, I was able to represent the Indian culture, and my professor and classmates were so interested in learning about the traditions, culture, and values. I felt so proud sharing this information."
Darsh
Darsh '21
Psychology & Political Science
Abu Dhabi, U.A.E.

"The reason I love Miami is because it is a community that portrays a true sense of belonging and togetherness. It fosters growth and development for students and allows them to become leaders, academic thinkers, and members of the community."
Kaushik
Kaushik '07
Ph.D., Zoology
Kolkata

"I really cherish all my Ph.D. days in the biology department and just interacting with my professors and fellow students."