University of Maine
The University of Maine is the largest public research institution in the northeast state of Maine. It is home to 9,000 undergraduate students and 2,000 graduate students. It is ranked in the top 100 public colleges and universities in the latest U.S. News and World Report.
The University of Maine offers big university opportunities—like multimillion-dollar research facilities—in a welcoming community located in the safest state in the United States.
We have over 100 undergraduate majors and over 100 Masters and PhD programs. The University is home to a world-renowned College of Engineering that offers 11 specializations- from mechanical to chemical to bioengineering and much more. Students also pursue studies in business, education and human development, liberal arts and natural sciences, forestry, and agriculture.
The University of Maine campus is safe, the community is welcoming and the air is clean. Students have easy access to New York City and Boston by car, plane and bus.
The University of Maine is home to students from over 70 countries. International students are an active and vital part of the campus community. We have an Intensive English Institute where many international students start their academic careers before moving into their academic programs.
UMaine students are successful after graduation and find work all over the globe. Some find engineering placements at NASA. Others as financial analysts at ARAMCO, at think tanks in Washington, D.C., as scientists exploring the Antarctic or at Boston financial firms. We welcome you to explore all that the University of Maine has to offer.