Montana State University

Opened 1893
Type Public land-grant research university
City Bozeman
National ranking 246
Total enrollment 16978
International students 498


Montana State University is a public institution founded on 16 February 1893 as an agricultural college. At the time of its opening, it had five men and three women from Bowman Academy. The main campus of the university is located in Bozeman, Montana, which is the second largest university in the state. Montana State University offers applicants 51 undergraduate and 41 master’s degree programs divided into 140 departments.
Montana State University is the largest research organization in the state of Montana with an annual research expenditure of $230 million. MSU is surrounded by countless acres of wilderness that serve as their classroom for classes. Montana State University is ranked in the top 5% of universities worldwide. In addition, is among the top 175 colleges located in the United States. MSU has received a large number of grants from the National Science Foundation for Yellowstone research activities.
There are approximately 4,200 students living in MSU residence halls, 70% of whom are freshmen. Families and graduate students also have the right to live in the dormitory.
According to the latest data, the University of Montana has 498 international students representing 72 countries.

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