Good to Know

Montana State University is a public land-grant research university in Bozeman, Montana. It is the state's largest university. MSU offers baccalaureate degrees in 60 fields, master's degrees in 68 fields, and doctoral degrees in 35 fields through its nine colleges. Montana State University is in a class of its own. MSU is among the top 3% of colleges and universities for research expenditures, and is also classified by the Carnegie Foundation as an institution with a high undergraduate profile. This means that undergraduates at MSU get research opportunities typically reserved for graduate students at other schools.

Rankings

Majors in Demand:​

  • Business / Commerce

  • Engineering

  • Psychology

  • Registered Nursing

  • General and Elementary Education and Teaching

  • Arts and Architecture

  • Agriculture

Location

263

(National Universities)

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Located in Bozeman, Montana, its setting is city.

Enrollment

14,240

Acceptance Rate

81%

Personal Statement

Yes

Application Method(s)

CGPA

2.0

(QS World Rankings)

SAT / ACT

Yes

(Less than 30 credit hours)

No

(30 or more credit hours)

English Proficiency

71

TOEFL iBT

6.0

IELTS

110

Fees

$37,350

Total

$26,950 / $10,400

Tuition / Living

Deadlines

November 15

Spring

July 1

Fall

DET

Representative

Name of Rep: Megan Prettyman

Representative's Position: Manager for International Recruitment and Admission

University Name: Montana State University

Email: Megan.prettyman@montana.edu

Scholarship

updated: April 2022