Miami University, Oxford, is a public research university located in Oxford, Ohio. It is one of the oldest public universities in USA and was chartered in 1809. It is also known as the ‘Yale of the West’. The university’s campus spans across more than 2,130 acres and was depicted by poet Robert Frost as “the most beautiful campus ever there was.”
Miami University is considered as a ‘Public Ivy’ as it offers the Ivy League collegiate experience at the price of a public school. The university comprises of colleges and academic divisions: College of Arts and Sciences; Farmer School of Business; College of Creative Arts; College of Education, Health and Society; College of Engineering and Computing; Graduate School; College of Liberal Arts and Applied Science and Miami University Dolibois European Centre, Luxembourg. The most popular majors at Miami University, Oxford include: Business, Management, Marketing, Education and Social Sciences.
The university has a total student population of more than 19,000 of which over 16,000 students make up the undergraduate population. The University of Miami partners with more than 65 foreign institutions, including University of Glasgow and Peking University. The university has a student to faculty ratio of 15:1 and the acceptance rate of 65%.
Miami University is classified as a research university with Highest Research Activity, by the Carnegie Foundation of Advancement of Teaching
Notable Alumni: Charles Anderson (Governor of Ohio), Adam Bain (former COO, Twitter), Ira Berkow (sports writer, The New York Times), Bill Hemmer (Fox News Channel anchor)
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