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University of Maine

 

- A nationally recognized public university
- A premier research institution
- A spectacular scenic destination
- A safe, supportive, and spirited college community

Ranked among the top 5% O F UNIVERSITIES AND
COLLEGES IN AMERICA BY U. S .
NEWS AND WORLD REPOR T.
RECOGNIZED BY THE NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION AS A
The state’s only Division I school
where athletics are kind of a big deal.
Whether on the ice, on the court, on
the trails or on the field, you will be
part of a tradition of academic and
ATHLETIC EXCELLENCE
Maine is ranked as the
#1 SAFEST STATE
IN AMERICA
by the Institute for Economics and Peace report 2011.

RECOGNIZED BY THE NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION AS A
TOP 100 PUBLIC UNIVERSITY FOR RESEARCH
W I T H R E C E N T ANNUAL AWARDS O F M O R E T H A N
$100 MILLION .

Quick Facts:
• Category: State public
• Founded: 1865
• Location: Orono, Maine
• Student population: 8,429 undergraduates; 2,058 graduates
• International student population: 400+ students from 80+ countries
• Student to faculty ratio: 15:1
• Average class size: 19
• Faculty: 418 full-time (97% with Doctorate degrees)
• Institutional accreditation: New England Association of Schools and Colleges, Inc.
• Professional accreditation: AACSB and ABET among many
other specialized accreditations.
• 5 Colleges: Business, Public Policy and Health; Education and Human
Development; Engineering; Liberal Arts and Sciences; Natural Sciences,
Forestry, and Agriculture; the Graduate School and Honors College
• Degree programs: 90 undergraduate degrees and pre-professional
programs, 75 master’s-level degrees; 30 doctoral degrees.
• Student life: Division I athletics
and 200+ clubs and organizations

 

Undergraduate Programs

Business Pathway
• Accounting, • Finance, • Management, • Marketing, • Public Management
Engineering Pathway
• Bioengineering, • Chemical Engineering, • Civil Engineering • Computer Engineering, • Construction Management Technology,  • Electrical Engineering, • Engineering Physics, • Mechanical Engineering, • Mechanical Engineering Technology, • Pulp and Paper Technology, • Survey Engineering Technology

Graduate Programs

Pre-Master’s Program (PMP) for Entry into the Following Degree Areas:
• Business Administration, MBA, 
• Civil Engineering, MS
• Computer Engineering, MS
• Electrical Engineering, MS
• Mechanical Engineering, MS
• Engineering Physics, MS
• Elementary Education, MEd
• French, MA
• Global Policy, MA
• Human Development, MS
• Secondary Education, MEd
• Social Work, MSW
• Wildlife Conservation, MWC
• Wildlife Ecology, MS

 

 

Dates and Prices

SPRING: JANUARY
SUMMER: MAY
FALL: AUGUST
INTAKES

International First Year (IFY)
International First Year tuition 2 SEMESTERS $25,740 3SEMESTERS
4 SEMESTERS (EAP + 3 SEMESTERS )$33,300 $39.285
University fees $1,115 per semester
Pre-Master’s Program.
Pre-Master’s Program (PMP) Pre-Master’s Program tuition 1 SEMESTER $8,085 2 SEMESTERS$14,070
University fees $1,110 per semester
°English for Academic Purpose
‡ ISC students are automatically enrolled on a StudyCare insurance plan unless they show proof of alternative coverage in the U.S. prior to arrival.
1 semester pricing applies to PMP students only.
* On-campus housing for fall is limited and cannot be guaranteed past May 15th for undergraduate applicants or July 1st for graduate applicants.
After these dates, requests are accommodated depending upon availability.
‡ Personal expenses include estimated costs for books and miscellaneous living expenses, which vary by student.
ALL ISC ST UDENTS 1 SEMESTER 2 SEMESTER s 3 SEMESTER s 4 SEMESTER s
(eap + 3 semesters)
StudyCare insurance‡ $581
(6 months of cover)
$962
(12 months of cover)
$1,543
(18 months of cover)
On-campus accommodation
and resident meal plan*
$4,706 per semester
Airport transfer (optional) $50 (initial arrival only)
Personal expenses‡ $4,500 per academic year
16174U-5 05/13
These estimated costs are published solely for financial planning purposes and include costs for on-campus accommodation and resident meal plan, books, supplies, travel,
and other miscellaneous costs that will vary by student and program.
All fees are mandatory except where indicated. All pricing is estimated and subject to change based on the university fees set in late spring of each academic year.
Tuition and fees will vary based on program and registration status.
Updated pricing can be found at isc.maine.edu.
EST IMATE D TUITION & LIVING COSTS PER ACADEMIC YEAR
International First Year (2 semesters) & degree progression/direct entry (based on 30 credit hours) $42,850
Pre-Master’s Program (2 semesters) $31,215
Graduate degree progression/direct entry (based on 18 credit hours)
$40,200

 

 

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