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Miami University

Miami University is a research based public university situated in Oxford, Ohio. The Miami University is the second oldest university of Ohio and 10th oldest in United States, established in 1809. The university also has its international presence in Dolibois, European center in Differdange, Luxembourg.

Miami University, History

Miami University was established in 1809 by an act of congress signed by President George Washington. It is one of the oldest universities in the United States and 2nd oldest in Ohio. The founder of Miami is John Cleves Symmes. 

Miami University, USP

Miami University is known as the “Yale of the West” for its curriculum in liberal arts. Miami consistently ranked among the top universities of the United States. It provides quality teaching and great student experience. It is famous for its courses in Finance, Marketing, Psychology, Digital Communication and Accounting. 

Miami University, School and colleges

The Miami University has seven colleges which are – 

  • College of Arts and Science
  • Farmer School of Business
  • College of Creative Arts
  • College of Engineering and Computing
  •  College of Education, Health and Society
  • Graduate School
  • College of Liberal Arts and Applied Science

Miami University, Courses

The Miami University provides many courses some of them are –

COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCE

  • Biological Science
  • Botany
  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • English
  • Geography

COLLEGE OF CREATIVE ARTS

  • Architecture
  • Esports Management
  • Music Performance
  • Entrepreneurship & Emerging Technology

COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & COMPUTING

  • Chemical and Biomedical Engineering
  • Computer Science
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Electrical & Computer Engineering

COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, HEALTH & SOCIETY (EHS)

  • Athletic Training
  • Educational Leadership
  • School Leadership
  • School Psychology
  • Teacher Education

FARMER SCHOOL OF BUSINESS

  • Accountancy
  • Business Analytics
  • Business Management
  • Economics
  • Entrepreneurship & Emerging Technology

REGIONAL CAMPUSES

  • Nurse Educator
  • Family Nurse Practitioner
  • Nurse Executive Leadership

Miami University, Campus

The main campus of Miami University is in Oxford, Ohio. The Miami campus is known for its beauty, it is called as “the most beautiful campus that ever there was” by Robert Frost. It is a college town with over 70% of the residents attending college. Forbes ranked the city of Oxford as the best college towns in the United States in 2016. There are many academic buildings in the campus some of the are – 

  • Alumni Hall
  • Bachelor Hall
  • Boyd hall
  • Center for Performing Arts
  • Farmer School of Business
  • Armstrong Student Center
  • Hall Auditorium
  • Harrison Hall
  • Irvin Hall
  • Kreger Hall

The campus of Miami is also located in Middletown, Hamilton and West Chester. It also has an international presence which is in DoliBois European Center in Differdange,  Luxemburg. It provides a study abroad option to the students.   

Miami University, Library

The main library of Miami University is known as Edgar W. King Library which was originally known as The King Undergraduate Library.  The Miami Library has a huge range of volumes, journals and magazines that range from history to culture, from philosophy to science, from philosophy to mathematics and many more. 

Miami University, Ranking and Achievements

The rankings of the Miami University are – 

  • It ranked between 1001-1200 in QS World University Ranking
  • The university ranked 185 in Forbes
  • It ranked 103 according to U.S. News and World Report
  • It ranked 232 in Washington Monthly
  • It is Ranked 3rd for Best Undergraduate Teaching University and places Miami as the 3rd best research university in Ohio.

Miami University, Top Landmarks

  • Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
  • Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden
  • Franklin Park Conservatory and Botanical Gardens 
  • Cleveland Museum of Art
  • West Side Market
  • Hocking Hills State Park
  • Cedar Point
  • A Christmas Story House
  • Toledo Museum of Art

Miami University, Food and Drinks

  • Cleveland
  • Dayton
  • Youngstown
  • Canton
  • West Chester
  • Mentor
  • Akron
  • Mason
  • Lima
  • Findlay
  • Warren

Miami University, Student Life

STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS

The Miami University has over 600 registered student organizations which work on various fields from sports to professional fraternities, from political and religious groups to fashion, theater and LGBTQ organizations. Associated Student Government, the official student government of Miami University, represents student interests to faculty, administration and to the Ohio legislature. Miami University Men’s Glee Club is the university's oldest and longest running academic student organization. It has over 100 singers selected by an audition from all academic disciplines

ACCOMMODATION

Miami University is a residential university that provides a comfortable environment for students to live. It requires first and second year students to live on campus. Elliott and Stoddard Halls are the two oldest residential buildings of the campus; they are listed in the National Register of Historic Places. The campus has 46 residence halls which are organized into eight quads which are – 

  • Academic – Bishop Hall, Elliott Hall, Ogden Hall, Stoddard Hall, Wells Hall
  • Central – Hamilton Hall, MacCracken Hall, Maplestreet Station, Minnich Hall
  • East – Collins Hall, Dennison Hall, Dorsey hall
  • Heritage Commons – Blancard House, Fisher Hall, McBride Hall 
  • North– Bardon Hall, Flower Hall, Hahne Hall
  • South Hall – Anderson Hall, Dodds Hall, Emerson Hall
  • Western Campus – Beechwoods Hall, Clawson Hall, Havigrust Hall

SPORTS AND FITNESS

Miami University’s sports teams are called RedHawks. The National Collegiate Athletic Association Division I offers 18 varsity sports for men and women. Miami is nicknamed the ‘Cradle of Coaches’ for the coaches of the football program. The Miami University hosts many matches and tournaments and provides various sports facilities in Football, Basketball, Men’s ice hockey, Skating, tennis, Wrestling, volleyball and swimming and diving

STUDENT MEDIA

The ‘Miami Student’ is the student run newspaper of the Miami University founded in 1826 which makes it the oldest university newspaper in the United States. The literature magazine, Inklings, is available online and in print.  The radio station of Miami is RedHawk Radio and the University Television is also available in cable.

Miami University, Alumni

The notable alumni of the Miami University are – 

  • Benjamin Harrison – 23rd President of United States
  • Charles Anderson – Former Governor of Ohio
  • Chung Un-Chan – Previous Prime Minister of South Korea
  • Maria Cantwell – U.S senator
  • Rita Dove – Pulitzer Prize winner
  • Marne Levine – COO of Instagram
  • Paul Brown – Football Coach
  • Benjamin W. Lee – Physicist
  • Donna Shalala – U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services
  • P. J. O’Rourke – Journalist
  • Darrell M. West – Political Scientist

Miami University, Entry Requirements

The entry requirements of the Miami University are –

  • GPA of 3.5
  • SAT score of 1260 or more
  • ACT score of 27 or more
  • IELTS score of 6.5 or more
  • TOEFL score of 80
  • PTE score of 54 or more

Further requirements are on the basis of the desired courses, students can check their eligibility on the official website of the university that is https://miamioh.edu 

Miami University, Scholarships

Miami University provides both need based and merit based scholarships to their students. For international and EU students there are many types of scholarships available such as academic, merit, and excellence scholarships which are awarded to the meritorious students with a strong academic background and grades in school exams.

Where to apply

Students can directly apply on the official website of the Miami University that is https://miamioh.edu 

Miami University, Acceptance rate

The Acceptance rate of Miami University is 92%

Miami University Oxford Programs

Program
Duration
Format
Tuition Fees
Deadlines
Standard Test

Miami University Oxford Application Requirements

2.9
GPA
30
IB
80
Percentage
65%
Acceptance Rate

IELTS score requirements

A strong proficiency in the English language is essential for admission into universities in United States of America. To be able to get a successful admission in Miami University Oxford in United States of America students need to complete IELTS with a minimum score of 6.5.

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Miami University Oxford Cost of studies

Fees

Bachlors: $35,936

Fees vary for each program. Please visit program page for specific fees. 

Miami University Oxford Deadlines

Undergraduate: Spring: December 1, Fall: February 1

Graduate: Deadlines vary for each program.

Deadlines vary for each program. Please visit program page for specific deadlines. 

Miami University Oxford Rankings

Global

1211
US News
1211
GTU Rank

Regional

United States of America
91
US News
170
Forbes
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