Washington State University

Opened 1890
Type Public land-grant research university
Location Pullman, Washington, USA
World ranking 301-350
Rankings #34 in Agriculture Sciences in the World
Total enrollment 26490
International students 1430
Scholarship Yes

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Washington State University (WSU) was established in 1890, it is also one of the oldest universities in the American West located in Pullman, Washington, US. It offers a wide range of academic programs across various disciplines. WSU is known for its strong programs in agriculture and dedicated to improving lives, unlocking possibilities for students, and serving the public good. The university is committed to research, innovation, and providing a quality education to its students. Based on the current information, WSU is consistently ranked among the top universities in the United States. The 700-acre park-like campus, which borders two lakes in Seattle, is now home to 16 schools and colleges offering courses ranging from undergraduate to doctoral level. The university also has campuses in Bothell and Tacoma which offer bachelor’s and master’s degrees.

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