Miami ranked in the top 50 by U.S. News and World Report

U.S. News and World Report has ranked Miami University in the top 50 of best national public universities, moving up three slots to number 39.

In a special list, Miami is in the top 5 of national institutions recognized for “unusually strong commitment to undergraduate teaching.” This is the 10th year that Miami has been recognized by U.S. News for its faculty commitment to teaching. Miami is number 3 among public universities and number 8 including private schools.

U.S. News also places Miami in the top 10 for undergraduate engineering among U.S. public universities without a doctorate program, placing Miami at number 8.

Among public national universities, Miami also garnered these accolades:

  • No. 41 in undergraduate business programs.
  • No. 23 in its number of international students.
  • No. 35 for best colleges for veterans.
  • No. 81 for “Best Value Colleges.”

The Farmer School of Business and faculty-student connections were also specifically recognized. For more detailed information, visit Miami’s website.