Ohio University
Ohio University believes that high-quality education should be available to everyone, thus they offer several programmes at a dozen locations across the state as well as online. Today, Ohio University provides a diverse choice of courses to students from over 80 different countries. Ohio University provides over 250 undergraduate programmes across its nine academic colleges/departments. In addition to undergraduate degrees, the university provides over 50 masters’ and doctoral programmes.

Cost of attendance

The anticipated cost of studying at Ohio University for international students is 32,000 USD (23 lakhs) per year, which includes living expenses and meals.


Ohio University requires students to live on campus for four semesters. The residence halls at the University are divided into three groups: East Green, South Green, and West Green. The University has 36 housing halls. On-campus accommodation costs about $7,308 on average, and the dining package costs about $6,716. The average monthly rent for off-campus living is roughly $600.

Acceptance rate

The university has a total of 2936 students enrolled. Approximately 1,190 international students attended OHIO Athens. Ohio University has an open admission policy and an acceptance rate of 82%.


In addition to the residential campus in Athens, Ohio, five regional campuses are located in Lancaster, Southern Ohio, Chillicothe, Eastern, and Zanesville. The university offers around 600 clubs and organisations, as well as 30 fraternities and sororities. It is one of the top 50 safest campuses in the country (National Council for Home Safety and Security 2017). The institute also features seven art galleries on campus, including the Kennedy Museum of Art, the Ohio University Art Gallery, the Trisolini Gallery, and the Cube 4 Gallery. In addition to research facilities, the Learning Resource Center and Clinical Training and Assessment Centers are available. Furthermore, Ohio University owns The Athena Cinema, an on-campus movie theatre.


Ohio University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (HLC, formerly the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, Commission on Institutions of Higher Education).

Jobs and Placement

Within one year of graduation, 93 percent of Ohio University graduates find work or continue their study. AT&T, Dell, Xerox,, Procter & Gamble, Google, Goodyear, Hewlett Packard, and Boeing are the top recruiting companies at the university. In their early careers, alumni of Ohio University - Athens Campus earn around $36,000 on average.

QS Ranking

#1001-1200 in QS Global World Ranking, 2022.

The Ranking

#601-800 in World University Rankings Times Higher Education, 2022.

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