WASHINGTON STATE UNIVERSITY


Founded in 1890 as Washington's first university, Washington State University (WSC) attracts thousands of students from around the world every year. The University offers 96 Bachelor's degree programs and more than 140 Master's and Doctoral degree programs with 4 majors granted Professional Programs: Business, Pharmaceuticals, Medicine, Veterinary Medicine

General information:

Founded: 1890
Training: University & Postgraduate
Students: Male & Female
Student: teacher ratio: 15: 1
Total number of students: 30145
International students: 1900

Founded in 1890 as Washington's first university, Washington State University (WSC) attracts thousands of students from around the world every year. The University offers 96 Bachelor's degree programs and more than 140 Master's and Doctoral degree programs with 4 majors granted Professional Programs: Business, Pharmaceuticals, Medicine, Veterinary Medicine. also offers over 20 Online and postgraduate degree programs. The school currently has five campuses in Vancouver, Pullman, Tri-Cities, Spokane and Everett, with the main campus in Pullman covering 640 hectares.

Highlights:

More than 20 residence halls are conveniently located for commuting between classrooms and the cafeteria, providing students with study and living space on campus. Students have the opportunity to live with other like-minded students because there are many dormitories focusing mainly on specific areas of academic, social or international activities such as: Global Scholar, Honorary Area, Healthy Living and Math, Science and Technology section.

US newspaper & World News ranks WSU's Carson Business School 94th in the best Business program. Core experience lies in the curriculum of Carson University. In classes that simulate a real business environment, in organizations of business partners, and in many places around the world, Carson students learn by doing. Successful business leaders go to school to share their expertise so you can gradually become a potential policymaker, ready to make big changes.

For over 125 years, Pullman and WSU have developed and together created an ideal university town. Here, you will find amenities in the big city with the friendliness and beauty of a small town. The town of Pullman offers unique opportunities to experience the traditional life of Americans. The area offers many year-round recreational activities - there are mountains, rivers, lakes and hills of kilometers to explore.

The school has nearly 30,000 students, with 7% being international students from 92 countries.
The university has more than 300 student organizations with more than 9000 members.
The University has 11 faculties, with 95 undergraduate courses, 150 postgraduate courses and vocational training.

Rating and inspection status:

Ranked 351 according to Times Higher Education 2015-2016
Rated 361 according to QS 2015/2016
Academic ranking of ARWU No. 301 in 2015
According to the Carnegie ranking of research activities, WSU is one of the 108 best public and private universities.
WSU's Organic Agriculture Program is in the top 6, according to the Research Fund for Aquaculture (2012).
WSU's Service Business Management Program is ranked 9th in the United States according to TheBestSchools.org.
Murrow School of Communication ranks in the top 10 of the US for media research.
The Academic Success and Career Center helps students find internships and employment opportunities while studying at the university and after graduation.
Accreditation organizations: AACSB; MSACS; CCNE; ASHA; CSWE; NCATE

For students with academic English results or unsatisfactory academic results. This course is run by INTO group at WSU. The program of 1-3 semesters, parallel with English and the main subjects equivalent to the first year of the University. Students will continue to study the main program of WSU after completing this transition course and achieve the required score for each discipline.

For students with English results or academic results that do not meet the requirements of direct study, trained on campus. The program lasts 1-2 periods. This course is run by INTO group at WSU. The program has designed additional courses to supplement English for GMAT, GRE training in addition to specialized subjects. Upon successful completion, students will be transferred to WSU's Master's degree program.