Oregon State University is an international public research university that works to address global issues like climate change, health and wellness, food supply, renewable energy and advanced technology in one of the safest, smartest and greenest small cities in the nation.
Reflecting its strong focus on research and innovation, Oregon State University is one of only three US universities to have been awarded all four land grants – Land, Sea, Space and Sun. The university has also been named a top research institution by the Carnegie Foundation, and awarded the much sought-after Community Engagement classification.
As highlighted by the QS World University Rankings by Subject 2017, Oregon State is particularly strong in agriculture and forestry, biological sciences, Earth and marine sciences, environmental studies and education and training. Overall, it is also ranked among the world’s top 450 universities in the QS World University Rankings® 2017.
Studying at Oregon State University
Oregon State University offers over 200 undergraduate and 80 graduate degree programs, including more than 30 online courses, in a wide range of fields. With more than 30,000 students enrolled, there are over 100 nationalities represented on campus, as well as students from across the US.
Tuition fees vary depending on study level, income and residency status.