Miami University
Miami University is a residential public university that was founded in 1809. It is Ohio's second oldest public institution and the country's tenth oldest public university. The university now offers over 120 undergraduate and 70 graduate degree programmes through six academic schools and colleges: the College of Arts and Science, the Farmer School of Business, the College of Creative Arts, the College of Education, Health, and Society, the College of Engineering and Computing, and the Graduate School.

Cost of attendance

International students interested in studying at Miami University can expect to pay roughly 37,380 USD (28.36 lakh INR) per year in tuition and 15,080 USD (11.44 lakh INR) in accommodation and meals.


The university includes over 47 residential halls, with prices ranging from $3591 to $5377 USD depending on the type of lodging. Students in their first and second years live on campus, which includes over 30 eating options. Upper-class students can live in apartment-style university accommodation at Heritage Commons. Residents at Heritage Commons have access to exclusive parking. All of the living facilities offer basic furnishings, laundry rooms, entertainment areas, and reading rooms, among other things.

Acceptance rate

There are 19452 students registered at the university, with international students accounting for 2.3 percent of confirmed first-time students. Admission to Miami University—Oxford is more selective, with a 92 percent acceptance rate.


The university's main campus, which spans 2138 acres of land, has been dubbed "the most beautiful campus that ever existed" by Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Robert Frost. There are academic buildings, housing, an alumni hall, an administrative complex, an auditorium, sports facilities, libraries, and a museum on the naturally beautiful campus. The campus provides students with housing, and all first and second year students live on campus. The campus accommodation for students provides all of the conveniences and facilities that students require. On campus, there are over 30 dining options, as well as recreational facilities such as rock climbing, music centres, pools, and a fitness facility. There are more than 400 student clubs and organisations to choose from.


Miami University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (HLC).

Jobs and Placement

The university features a Center for Career Exploration and Success that assists students in finding appropriate internships, jobs, and vocations. Some well-known corporations and companies that employ their pupils include the Cincinnati Museum Center, Sherwin Williams, JP Morgan Chase, and others. Approximately 96 percent of Miami University of Ohio graduates found work within six months of graduation. The annual compensation for Miami University staff is $54005.

QS Ranking

#1001-1200 in QS World University Rankings, 2022

The Ranking

#=311 in World Rankings by Times Higher Education, 2022

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