Washington State University, abbreviated as WSU, is a public-funded land grant open research university located in Pullman, Washington. Established in 1890, WSU is among the oldest universities of Western America and is also the second-largest university in Washington. The WSU main campus sprawls across an area of 620 acres of land and comprises 11 academic colleges. The university has satellite campuses in four other locations, namely Spokane, Tri-cities, Vancouver, and Everett. WSU has an enrollment of 31000 plus students, out of whom 1910 are international students from 106 diverse countries, making Washington State one of the best places to study abroad. The university offers 78 masters degree programs, 65 doctoral programs, and three professional degree programs in disciplines such as medicine, pharmacy, and veterinary medicine. WSU is the proud Alma Mater of numerous notable alumni, including Paul Allen, John M. Fabian, and Irwin Rose.
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|Student to teacher ratio||15:1|
|Living cost||USD 14,122|
|Accommodation||On and off-campus accommodation available|
|Average package||USD 40,600 per year|
|Tuition fee per year||
USD 25,000 - USD 26,000
No co-op internship available
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166th in National University Ranking
On and off-campus accommodation available
|Avg Cost of Tuition/year||$25,000 - $26,000|
|Cost of Living/year||$14,122|
|Application Fees||USD 75|