Location: Bozeman, Montana
Closest major city: Bozeman, Montana
Most popular majors: Business & Engineering
Montana State University – Bozeman is located in Bozeman, a safe and friendly community of 65,000 people, and an ideal college town. There are many cultural activities for students to enjoy including musical performances, theater and art shows. A place of great beauty, Bozeman is surrounded by mountain ranges and rivers, clean air and starry skies. World-famous Yellowstone National Park is just 150 kilometers to the south, and the area is known for its many outdoor recreational opportunities, especially skiing, hiking, and fishing.
A professional staff is available to assist students with advice before they leave home, arrange airport pickup, early housing, and help new students adjust to campus through an international orientation program. Personal attention and assistance is available for all international students throughout their stay in Bozeman, and many enjoy participating in the Global Culture Club or being matched with a local family from the Bozeman Friends of International Students group. International students at MSU experience America at its best, and give much to the community in return.
Scholarship: SAT scholarship is available to incoming Freshmen ranging from $2,000 -$15,000 per year, renewable for 4 years.
Student population: 13,550
# international students: 550
Student/faculty ratio: 16:1
Standardized tests: TOEFL iBT 71 / IELTS 6.0
Ranking & Accreditation: Accredited by the Noarthwest Commission on Colleges and Universities
– Undergraduate: $18,500
– Graduate: $14,900
– Living cost: $8000
Housing options: On campus
Enrollment deadline: Rolling admission