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University of Idaho

Address: 709 S Deakin St, Moscow, ID 83844, United States

Description University of Idaho

  • Founded: in 1889
  • Location: Moscow, Idaho, USA.

The large and developed University of Idaho now occupies the 90th place in the nationwide rating of US state universities (according to US News and World report). Worthy of attention is his diverse and balanced curriculum, covering virtually all areas of knowledge and sciences - some of the courses are presented only here, giving students the opportunity to gain unique knowledge and specialty. The total number of students today reaches 12 thousand people: according to statistics, more than 90% of graduates of bachelor's programs even before the end of training receive an invitation to the master's program or job offers.

Among the most popular and developed specialties of the University, the following can be noted:

  • Agriculture;
  • Landscape design;
  • Clothing, textiles and design;
  • Architecture;
  • Jurisprudence (LLM / JD).

The total number of available specialties reaches 178 - these are bachelor's, master's and doctoral programs. The ratio of students to teachers is 16: 1. More than $ 100 million annually is allocated to a variety of scientific research, which makes the University of Idaho an important scientific center not only of the state but also of the country.

Programs, courses and tuition/boarding fees, prices in University of Idaho

Program name

Quick overview: The masters programs of the University of Idaho are represented by the following areas and specialties:

  • Finance and Accounting (Accountancy)
  • Architecture:
    • Architecture;
    • Landscape Architecture;
    • Integrated Architecture and Design.
  • Computer Science (Computer Science);
  • Engineering:
    • Chemical Engineering;
    • Civil Engineering;
    • Computer Engineering;
    • Electrical Engineering;
    • Engineering Management;
    • Mechanical Engineering;
    • Technology Management.
  • Jurisprudence (Law) = JD / LL.M;
  • Natural Resources and Ecology (Natural Resources):
    • Natural Resources;
    • Environmental Science.

The duration of the master's course usually does not exceed 2 semesters: you can start your studies in January or October. Foreign students, if desired, can attend supportive English ESL courses.

from 23 041 $ / year

Quick overview: The OHLA University Study Program allows international students to automatically enroll in multiple university programs throughout the United States. A team of experts prepares students for university studies, guides students towards successful admission.

The minimum level of English is Advanced (TOEFL iBT 60 / IELTS 5.5).

Pathway provides students with the opportunity to prepare for college by getting information, doing exercises that make academic requirements clear, and removing common barriers that can stunt student progress. Topics: resources, teaching methods, writing skills, critical thinking skills, motivation, self-efficacy. Particular attention is paid to group work, mutual learning.

Training program:

  • Acquaintance with other students, staff and teachers, developed support network before starting training at CSM;
  • Getting to know the campus and its valuable resources;
  • Obtaining 1 college loan.
from 6 066 $ / semester

Accommodation, housing and food

For international students of the University of Idaho comfortable and cozy residences have been prepared, in which today there are more than 11 thousand people. They are provided with fully equipped and furnished rooms, free access to fast Wi-Fi and laundry, a cozy common lounge-lounge and student kitchens. In each residence there are special administrators and assistants, who can be contacted on any issue, and the entire territory is carefully and round the clock guarded.

Senior students can live outside the campus - the accommodation department will help pick up apartments, apartments or studios (personal or for several people).

Students can eat at numerous cafeterias and cafes on the campus: there is a great pizzeria, a cafe with sandwiches and hamburgers, which you can take with you to take away, a salad bar and Excellent continental breakfasts: granola and muesli, yogurt, fresh fruit. The campus cafe offers offers for vegetarians and vegans, diet meals, gluten-free meals, instein Bros. networking establishments. Bagels, Chick-Fil-A and Starbucks.

Subjects, specialties, faculties

Subjects list : Accountancy, Master of/J.D. Concurrent Degree, M./J.D, Accounting, Accounting, B.S., Accounting, M., Adult Organizational Learning & Leadership, M.S., advertising, Advertising, B.A./B.S., agrarian education, agribusiness, Agricultural Economics, B.S., agricultural economy, Agricultural Education, B.S., agricultural management system, agricultural science, Agricultural Science, Communication and Leadership, B.S., Agricultural Systems Management, B.S., Agriculture, Animal & Veterinary Science, B.S., Animal Physiology, Ph.D., Animal Science, M.S., anthropology, Anthropology, B.A./B.S., Apparel, Textiles & Design, B.S., Applied Economics, M.S., Applied economy, architecture, Architecture, B.S., Architecture, Masters of, M., art, Art, B.A., Athletic Training, D.A.T., biochemistry, bioengineering, Bioinformatics & Computational Biology, M.S., Biological Engineering, B.S., biology, Biology, B.A./B.S., Biomolecular, chemical engineering, Bioregional Planning & Community Design, M.S./J.D., Biotechnology, Biotechnology and Plant Genomics, B.S., Broadcasting & Digital Media, B.A./B.S., Business Economics, B.S., Career & Technical Education, B.S.Ed., Career development course, Chemical Engineering, B.S., Chemistry, B.S., Child, Family & Consumer Studies, B.S., civil engineering, Civil Engineering, B.S., Computer engineering, Computer Engineering, B.S., Computer Science, B.S., conservation of natural resources, Creative Writing, M.F.A., Crop Management, B.S., Crop Science, B.S., Curriculum and Instruction, Ed.S., Curriculum and Instruction, M.Ed. + Certification, Dance, B.S., Digital media, Early Childhood Development & Education, B.S., ecology, Ecology & Conservation Biology, B.S., ecology and pasture management, ecology of fires, economics, Economics, B.A./B.S., Education, Ed.D., Educational Leadership, Ed.S., Electrical engineering, Electrical Engineering, B.S., Elementary Education, B.S.Ed., Engineering Management, M.Engr., English, English, B.A., Entomology, B.S., Environmental science, Environmental Science, B.S., Environmental Soil Science, B.S., Executive Master of Business Administration, EMBA, Exercise Science & Health, B.S., Experimental Psychology, Ph.D., Family & Consumer Sciences, M.S., Film and Television Studies, B.A./B.S., finance, Finance, B.S., Fire Ecology & Management, B.S., fish farming, Fishery Resources, B.S., Food & Nutrition, B.S., Food and nutrition, Food Science, B.S., forestry, Forestry, B.S., French, French, B.A., General Studies, B.G.S., geography, Geography, B.S., Geological Engineering, M.S., Geology, B.S., Historical Archaeology, Ph.D., history, History, B.A./B.S., Horticulture and Urban Agriculture, B.S., Industrial Technology, B.S., Information Systems, Integrated Architecture & Design, M.S., Interdisciplinary Studies, B.A./B.S., Interior Design, Interior Design, B., international relationships, International Studies, B.A., journalism, Journalism, B.A./B.S., landscape architecture, Landscape Architecture, B.S., Latin American Studies, B.A., Law, J.D., Management & Human Resources, B.S., Management and personnel management, Management Information Systems, B.S., marketing, Marketing, B.S., Materials Science, Materials Science & Engineering, B.S., Mathematics, B.S., maths, Mechanical engineering, Mechanical Engineering, B.S., Medical Sciences, BS, Metallurgical Engineering, M.S., microbiology, Microbiology, B.S., Microbiology, Molecular Biology & Biochemistry, Ph.D., Modern Language Business, B.A., molecular biology, Molecular Biology & Biotechnology, B.S., Movement & Leisure Science, M.S., music, Music History, M.A., Music, B., Natural Resource Conservation, B.S., Natural Resources - Environmental Education and Science Communication, M.N.R., Natural Resources - Fire Ecology and Management, M.N.R., Natural Resources, M.N.R., Neuroscience, M.S., Nuclear Engineering, M.Engr., operational management, Operations Management, B.S., Organizational Sciences, B.S., philosophy, Philosophy, B.A./B.S., Physical culture and sports sciences, Physical Education & Physical Activity Pedagogy, M.Ed., Physical Education Teacher Education, B.S., physics, Physics, B.S., Plant Science, M.S., Political Science, B.A./B.S., Pre-Dentistry, Focus, Pre-Medical Laboratory Scientist, Focus, Pre-Medical, Focus, Pre-Occupational Therapy, Focus, Pre-Optometry, Focus, Pre-Physical Therapy, Focus, Pre-Physician Assistant, Focus, primary schooling, Professional Science Master's in Natural Resources & Environmental Science, M./J.D., Psychology, B.A./B.S., Psychology: Human Factors Emphasis, M.S., Public Administration, M., Public relations (PR), Public Relations, B.A./B.S., Rangeland Conservation, B.S., Recreation, Sport, and Tourism Management, B.S., Rehabilitation Counseling & Human Services, M.Ed., Renewable Materials, B.S., research in Latin America, science of children, family and consumerism, science of food, Secondary Education, B.S.Ed., sociology, Sociology, B.A./B.S., Soil & Land Resources, M.S., Spanish, Spanish, B.A., Special Education, M.Ed., Statistics, M.S., Studio art, Studio Art & Design, B.F.A., sustainable food system, Sustainable Food Systems, B.S., Teaching English as a Second Language, M.A. (TESL), Technology Management, M.S., textile, The art of dance, Theater: A window into the human experience., Theatre, B.A./B.S., Theatrical art, Veterinary science, virtual technologies and design, Virtual Technology & Design, B.S., Water Resources, M.S., Water Science and Management, B.S., wildlife resources, Wildlife Resources, B.S.,  Technology management

Events University of Idaho

Over 200 student organizations, clubs, sections and communities of interest are constantly working on the campus. It is worth noting the regular annual International Jazz Festival, which gathers the best performers of the USA and the world, as well as a large number of national organizations:

  • African students;
  • Students of Brazil;
  • Students of China;
  • International Students' Club;
  • Iranian students;
  • Japanese Student Association;
  • Muslim Students Association;
  • Nepal Students;
  • Mexican Students Association;
  • The Association of Students of Saudi Arabia.

Sports teams and national teams participate in NCAA Division I in 16 sports, including men's and women's competitions. Among the most popular sports you can find:

  • Rock Climbing;
  • Cycling;
  • Hockey;
  • Lacrosse;
  • Rugby;
  • Cross country skiing;
  • Basketball;
  • Football;
  • Golf;
  • Swimming and diving;
  • Tennis;
  • Sports and Entertainment;
  • Volleyball;
  • Running and trekking (in the hall and outdoors).

Nature tours, hikes and eco-tours are constantly held: for example, mountain biking in Owyhee Mountains and Q'emlin Park, rafting on Potlatch River, climbing the snow-covered Moscow Mountain.


  • According to the prestigious Princeton Review magazine, the University of Idaho entered the TOP-50 of the best US public universities
  • The same Princeton Review included the University of Idaho in the Top-286 Green Colleges as one of the most environmentally responsible Institutions in the country
  • National ratings also often note the social mobility of university students, the high level and intensity of academic research, excellent conditions of stay and services for students
  • University of Idaho ranked 3rd in the list of the best and available colleges (2012, Newsweek)
  • The largest university in the state (by number of students and campus area)
  • Bachelor's programs in business are included in the list of TOP-150 in the country.

Equipment University of Idaho

The University of Idaho campus is located in the small city of Moscow (Idaho): American Moscow has become 38th in the nationwide ranking of US student centers. The city is known for its mild and favorable climate, and also very friendly and comfortable atmosphere - the number of permanent residents is only 24 thousand people. Separately it is worth noting the unique nature of Idaho - it's a unique, distinctive American state, often appearing on the pages of National Geographic due to its landscapes.

The equipment of the university is at the highest level. Modern students and lecture halls, spacious conference rooms, technically advanced research laboratories, art galleries, large libraries with the latest PCs and special software, as well as an infrastructure for sporting activities are prepared for students here. The area of ​​the library reaches 19,000 square meters! It is worth noting and the huge building of the Student Union: under its roof is a cozy bookstore and a clothing store, a bowling alley, its own art gallery and several cafes.

Term dates, timetable and extra fees

The academic year is divided into two semester semesters:

  • Autumn: August 21 - December 15 (documents are accepted until July 15);
  • Spring: January 10 to May 11 ( Deadline for submission of documents is November 15).

Some services are paid additionally to tuition fee:

  • Visa fees and services, translation and certification, courier delivery of documents;
  • Consular fee (paid at the Embassy);
  • Personal pocket expenses;
  • Air tickets In both directions;
  • Transfer in both directions;
  • Compulsory medical insurance;
  • Accommodation;
  • Meals.

Entry requirements, assessment and extra fees, how to apply, what is required to enrol, conditions, entry tests and exams

  • Secondary education certificate (12 years);
  • GPA = 2.0-2.05 +;
  • IELTS = 5.5 and higher (for master courses from 6.0).

Most SAT / ACT exams are not required for admission.

Scholarships University of Idaho

There are various scholarship programs at the university: traditionally individual financial assistance is provided to students demonstrating excellent results in training, sports, creative or charitable activities.

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- recommended submission one year before the start of the program,
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- MBA requires completed higher education, work experience preferably at least 2-3 years, etc.
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