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Future Students

 

 

Missouri University of Science and Technology welcomes and values our international students.  Every year over 1,000 students from over 40 countries choose to study on our campus.  With excellent academic programs, top notch research facilities and more than 200 student organizations offering activities for every interest, Missouri S&T provides an environment where you can succeed.

As a potential international student, you may have many questions about studying in the United States and living in Missouri.  Our office works to help you every step of the way – from your initial interest, through the application and visa process, to the new student orientation when you arrive, we are here to answer your questions and provide you with the assistance you need.  The information provided here is designed to assist you as you make decisions about your academic career and to remind you of the resources that Missouri S&T has to offer.  If you have specific questions or need additional information, please do not hesitate to contact our office at IA@mst.edu.


Events

 

OPT & CPT Workshops

‌‌Are you panning to apply for OPT or CPT? If so, the next two workshops will be held:

CPT: February 25, 2015
3:30-4:30 PM

OPT: February 26, 2015
12:00-1:00 PM

Location: 104 Centennial Hall

StudyMissouri Global Scholar Competition 

The Office of International & Cultural Affairs invites you to participate in our inaugural “StudyMissouri Global Scholar” competition.    
Submit all applications & completed essays to celebrate@mst.edu with the subject line: “StudyMissouri Global Scholar Award”
Deadline: February 27, 2015, 4:30 p.m.
Questions: Contact Richie Myers at myersrj@mst.edu or call 341-4335.  

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