West Virginia is a Top 100 Public University (U.S. News & World Report 2018). It is known for pioneering research, academic excellence and forward-thinking values. You can choose from a wide range of unique degrees at the University, including Forensic Science, Athletic Training and an ABET-accredited Petroleum and Natural Gas Engineering program. The Statler College of Engineering and Mineral Resources is in the top 10 percent of all engineering schools in the USA for offering the best value for the money for undergraduate degree programs (College Factual, 2017).
Researchers at the University developed the first accredited forensic science program in the US, in partnership with the FBI. The University is also home to the world’s first institute dedicated to the study of human memory, the Rockefeller Neurosciences Institute. Currently, more than 100 faculty members are exploring energy issues.
With your future in mind, West Virginia University posts more than 7,000 internship opportunities each year. Students attend career fairs with top employers, including Amazon, NASA, Facebook, Apple, and National Geographic.
Gaining a degree from West Virginia University will set you up for the future, while you enjoy every minute of the school spirit. WVU is proud of its sporting legacy, and football and basketball have many fans across the state of West Virginia. You can join in with the excitement at games played in the huge stadium, singing the anthem, Country Roads.
You’ll meet new friends having the same experience as you when you join in with one of the many student organizations. Living in the Mountain State, you’ll be able to go on bike rides, hikes, and outdoor adventures together. Your homely residence halls will be a comforting place to return to at the end of the day.
You don’t need to travel far to find excitement. West Virginia is the only university with a zip-line canopy tour!
#99 Public University (U.S. News and World Report, 2018)
|Academic entry requirements||
IGCSE and O-Level Certificates from Cambridge International are also considered: Minimum of five subject passes (including English and Mathematics) with at least GPA 2.5.
|English Language requirements||
IGCSE or GCSE Certificates from Cambridge International will also be accepted for English Proficiency (subject pass in English).
TOEFL/IELTS scores not required for applicants who have completed English composition courses at a U.S. institution and are equivalent to the WVU’s English 101 and 102 with a “B” average.
How to Apply:
1. Select a Program
2. Select Start date
3. Register and pay the $95 application fee
What is next:
In 2-3 days, we will contact you to schedule your interview