Miami University of Ohio
Miami University is an original Public Ivy research university located in the city of Oxford, Ohio, a picturesque town brimming with ideas and opportunities. Recently cited by Yahoo as the #3 College Town in the United States, its brick-lined streets offer charming shops, delicious eateries, and welcoming people. From its start in 1809 as a small midwestern college to its transformation into a 21st-century international university, Miami has stood for two centuries as a model of higher education. With its ambitious liberal arts curriculum, it consistently ranks among the nation’s top public universities for the high quality of teaching and overall student experience.
Miami’s student body includes 16,500+ undergraduates and 2,300+ graduate students studying on the Oxford campus. The university offers over 100 bachelor’s programs, plus programs to prepare you for pre-professional study, as well as over 50 master’s, 14 doctoral, and 19 certificate programs spanning a wide range of academic disciplines. At Miami, learning and personal development happen outside the classroom as much as they happen inside. With over 600 student organizations to choose from — including international organizations, fraternities and sororities, academic and career-focused groups, and special-interest clubs.
Because of this quintessential American university experience, Miami has become a popular choice among international students. Proud to serve as a platform for their creativity and collaboration, Miami works to guide all its students in conducting significant research, facilitating projects with real-world organizations, and developing the leadership skills top employers seek.
Kathleen Gutheil (She/Her/Hers)
Office of International and Transfer Admission
Nellie Craig Walker Hall
Oxford, OH 45056