INTO George Mason University

At INTO George Mason University, international students will join a supportive community that is committed to helping you integrate with ease into American university life while preparing for your degree studies. INTO George Mason University’s unique programs will help improve your academic and English language skills, and our helpful faculty and staff will make sure you quickly adjust to life in the US.

As a student studying in the INTO George Mason University center, you’ll have all the benefits and experiences of campus life at an American university. Living and learning in the heart of the George Mason University campus, you’ll develop friendships with American and international students and have access to all of the academic, social and cultural resources and activities at INTO George Mason University.

Why study at INTO George Mason University?

  • Take the first steps toward earning a U.S. university degree at one of America’s up-and-coming research institutions.
  • Study on a safe, secure, and friendly campus near the nation’s capital, Washington, D.C.
  • Live, learn, and have fun with students from all 50 states and 125 countries.
  • Enjoy full access to all university resources, services, and facilities.
  • Learn in small classes taught by university instructors.
  • Earn academic credits that apply toward INTO George Mason University degree programs.
  • Progress to an INTO George Mason University degree program upon successful completion of a Pathway program.

INTO GMU University Facts

  • Founded:1972
  • Enrollment: 33,723
  • International Students: 2100+
  • Countries represented: 126
  • Bachelors degrees: 81
  • Master’s/ PhDs: 127
  • Campus Size: 665 acres
  • Resesarch: $101.6 million
  • Student-to-professor ratio: 16:1

George Mason University rankings

    • #59 among top 100 world universities under 50 years old (Times Higher Education, 2013)
    • #72 Top Public Schools in the National Universities Rankings (U.S. News & World Report, 2014)
    • Ranked 176 of universities worldwide and 78 in the US (Academic Ranking of Worldwide Universities, 2012)
    • One of only 75 public universities in the US out of 99 high research institutions with the Carnegie Foundations’ High Research Activity designation
    • Top 40 most diverse public universities in the country (U.S. News & World Report, 2013)