MIAMI UNIVERSITY
Country:
United States
Location:
Oxford, Ohio
Airport:
Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport
School type:
Public
Admissions level:

Undergraduate - Direct

Rankings & Recognition:

#105 National Universities

(US News & World Report 2023)

#48 Public Universities

(US News & World Report 2023)

#35 Engineering Programs

(US News & World Report 2023)

#73 Business Programs

(US News & World Report 2023)

#60 Accounting Program

(US News & World Report 2023)

Key facts:
  • 19,000 students from 66 nations
  • 96% graduates employed or continuing their education
  • +600 clubs and organizations
  • Digital Innovation Centers in Cincinnati and San Francisco help students gain access to some of the country’s most innovative employers and hands-on experience at startup companies
  • Miami’s Inside Washington and Inside Hollywood programs provide opportunities in government and entertainment for students
  • Miami University’s Tuition Promise will provide all First-Time undergraduate students the certainty that Tuition, Room and Board, Special Purpose Fees, and Course Fees will be frozen over the four years at Miami
Why this school?

MIAMI UNIVERSITY

  • Fast-forward almost 200 years, Miami University in Oxford, Ohio, is one of the oldest public universities in America with a long history of excellence in undergraduate liberal arts education. Miami University is described as one of America's original eight "Public Ivies" along with the University of California, University of Michigan, University of Virginia, College of William and Mary, University of Texas, University of Vermont, and the University of North Carolina. 
  • Miami University provides a rigorous academic experience allowing high achieving, intellectually curious students to prepare for success. The university faculties guide students in conducting significant research, facilitating projects with real-world clients, and developing the leadership skills top employers seek most. 
  • Miami is renowned for its campus beauty. Miami University is also the birthplace of four leading fraternities: Beta Theta Pi, Phi Delta Theta, Sigma Chi, and Phi Kappa Tau. It is also where the Delta Zeta sorority was founded.
  • Miami alumni have made significant contributions in the fields of government, law, science, academia, business, arts, journalism, and athletics, among others. One of Miami's most famous graduates was Benjamin Harrison, who later became a President of the United States. Notable Miami alumni include Benjamin W. Lee – an American theoretical physicist, Chung Un-chan - the previous Prime Minister of South Korea, U.S. House of Representatives Speaker Paul Ryan of Wisconsin, Marne Levine - the COO of Instagram, C. Michael Armstrong - the former chairman/CEO of AT&T, to name a few.

 

Scholarships

$12,000 - $34,000/year (Renewable)

Costs

Tuition & Fees: $38,493/year

Housing & Food: $15,824/ year

Entry requirements

Level

Undergraduate

(Direct Admission)

Transcript 

Admission: GPA 3.0+

Scholarship: GPA 3.5+

Transcript evaluation

No

English proficiency

IELTS 6.5+/TOEFL 80+

Standardized test: SAT/ACT

Optional

Special requirements: Portfolio, audition, interview, work experience, etc.

College of Creative Arts

Resume

Yes

Personal statement

Yes

Recommendation letter

2

Application fee

$70

 

Programs

Undergraduate: All Programs

  • Business: Accounting, Business Economics, Communication and Media, Finance, Marketing, Supply Chain Management, Human Resource, Journalism, Sport Management
  • Sciences: Biochemistry, Biology, Chemistry, Environmental Science, Geology, Mathematics, Microbiology, Physics, Zoology
  • Engineering-Technology: Biomedical Engineering, Computer Engineering, Computer Science, Data Science/ Data Analytics, Software Engineering, Robotics, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Manufacturing Engineering
  • Social Sciences and Education: Anthropology, English, Educational Studies, Social Work, History, Philosophy, Political Sciences, Geography, Sociology, Psychology
  • Health and Human Services: Nursing, Nutrition, Public Health, Medical Laboratory, Public Health
  • Visual and Performing Arts: Architecture, Games Design, Interior Design, Music, Visual Arts, Performing Arts

* Miami University does not accept applications for international students living in the United States coming from agents.

Application deadlines

Fall intake

  • Scholarship deadline: December 1
  • Regular deadline: February 1

Spring intake: December 1

 

Location
Oxford in Ohio is a legendary college town with over 70.0% of the residents attending college or graduate school. Recently cited by Forbes as the #1 Best College Town in America, Oxford, home of Miami University's main campus, is a picturesque town brimming with ideas and opportunities. Oxford is a town full of fantastic arts, cultural, and sporting events. The historic Uptown is home to several locally owned businesses and is bustling all year. Traveling from Oxford to cities like Cincinnati, Columbus, Indianapolis, where Fortune 500 companies and all the entertainment of big cities can be found, is accessible in less than a two-hour drive.