We’re invested in serving as the gateway between West Virginia and the world.
More than 1,400 international students from 110 nations call our Morgantown campus home. Learn how to apply as an international student.Visit the Undergraduate International Admission page Visit the International Graduate Admission page
Studying abroad challenges you to go beyond your own personal comfort zone and develops valuable skills for your future. With programs ranging from one week to a full year, it's easy to find a program that meets your academic goals.Visit the Education Abroad website
Office of Global Affairs
Our office combines functions such as Education Abroad, International Student and Scholar Services, and WVU's Intensive English Program to create a holistic and centralized approach to internationalization.Visit the Global Affairs website
We welcome students from around the world to enroll in our civil engineering program in Bahrain, which offers the same courses and curriculum as the program in Morgantown.Visit the WVU Bahrain website
Browse our 139 undergraduate majors, estimate costs and scholarships, review admission requirements and deadlines, and schedule a campus visit. When you are ready, use our convenient WVU Application to apply for admission.Visit the Undergraduate Admissions website Admissions Resources How to Apply
Explore our 240+ graduate programs, estimate costs, review application procedures and apply online. Want to learn even more? You can take a virtual tour to explore our facilities.Visit the Graduate Admissions website
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Working Together on Solutions
Adam is slated to return to Oman in 2021 to further his study of Arabic at the Noor Majan Arabic Institute in Muscat as a Boren Scholar. With varied experiences abroad, including a National Model United Nations conference in China, Craig said what makes him most excited about becoming a Boren Scholar is the opportunity to not just talk about the problems caused by global conflicts, but to also work together on solutions.
"I feel excited about my generation and what we’re capable of doing for the world, and the ideas we have and our devotion to making the world a better place."