At INTO Marshall University, international students join a supportive community that is committed to helping you integrate with ease into American university life. INTO Marshall University offers two types of programs for international students: Academic Pathways and English language programs.
Our Academic Pathways are designed for international students who wish to study in the US but have slightly lower TOEFL or IELTS test scores than INTO Marshall University will accept for direct entry. Our programs will help you improve your English and prepare you to continue on to pursue an Undergraduate or Graduate degree at INTO Marshall University.
Our English Language programs are designed to improve your English skills for academic, personal or professional purposes. We offer programs for those who intend to earn a degree from INTO Marshall University or for those who simply want to learn the language.
Why Study at INTO Marshall University?
- Take your first steps toward earning a US university degree at one of America’s leading, regional research institutions
- Study on a safe, secure and friendly campus including hundreds of clubs and activities from which to choose
- Live, learn and have fun with students from all around the US and across the globe
- Enjoy full access to all university resources, services and facilities
- Have small classes taught by university instructors
- Earn academic credits that apply toward INTO Marshall University degree programs
- Progress to an INTO Marshall University degree program upon successful completion of a Pathway
INTO Marshall University Facts
- Founded: 1837
- Enrollment: 13,390
- International Students: 556
- Countries represented: 55+
- Bachelors degrees: 55
- Master’s/ PhDs: 59
- Campus Size: 100 acres
- Resesarch: $31 million
- Faculty: 771 full time, 298 part time
INTO Marshall University rankings
- #1 Forensic Science Master’s program in the US (American Board of Criminalistics)
- #16 Top Public Regional Universities, South (U.S. News & World Report, 2014)
- #39 Regional Universities, South (U.S. News & World Report, 2014)
- Carnegie classification for Master’s Colleges and Universities (Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching)
- $50 million USD in research grants (2012-2013)