University of Toledo
  • United States
  • Toledo, Ohio, United States
    • School Type: University
    • Scholarship: $5,700 - $9,160/Year (Renewable)
Ranking

#100 National Public Universities

#100 Business Schools

#57 Pharmacy

#92 Best Medical Schools

#109 Chemical Engineering

#134 Civil Engineering

Strong Majors

• Business, Sales

• Engineering

• Health Science

• Pharmacy

• Design

Key Facts
  • 1 of 27 public research comprehensive universities with 270+ degree programs
  • 20,000 students from 84 countries
  • World’s best of co-op programs with hundred of corporations & companies (World Association for Cooperative Education)
  • Opportunities for research at undergraduate level 
  • School of Professional Sales (ESSPS) has been named one of the best university sales programs in the world
  • Member of Association of Universities for Research in Astronomy
  • College of Business is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools Business (AACSB), which is achieved by top 5% of all business schools globally
  • 400+ student organizations & clubs
  • Toledo tuition guarantee: A fixed tuition rate for four academic years

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The University of Toledo (UToledo) in Ohio, USA is one of the country’s 27 public universities to offer a wide range of programs in Arts, Sciences, Business, Education, and Health Care programs for undergraduate and graduate students. The university ensures that students learn beyond what was taught within the walls of the campus. UToledo drives its graduates to make a difference in the real world.

 

Academics

UToledo has more than 230 program offerings for students pursuing their bachelor's, master’s, and doctoral degrees as well as certificates with programs offered on campus and 100% online. The different colleges in the university are as follows:

-         Arts and Letters

-         Business and Innovation

-         Health and Human Services

-         Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

-         University College

-         Engineering

-         Natural Sciences and Mathematics

-         Education

-         Medicine and Life Sciences

-         Law

 

International Admission

Students across the globe can be part of the University of Toledo. International students are supported by the university and have representations from 82 countries. Moreover, UToledo grants scholarships to more than 90% of its international students!

Here are the steps to apply:

-         Check Program-Specific Requirements - Admission requirements for freshmen are different depending on the program chosen by the student. Contact Global Study Guide to talk to our veteran education representatives to guide you through the process.

-         Language Requirements – English is the mode of instruction and communication in UToledo and international students coming from countries who are not part of the exemption list are required to satisfy the English requirements to be admitted to the program.

Here are the ways to meet the language requirement:

o  TOEFL internet-based: 71

o  TOEFL paper-based: 527

o  IELTS overall band: 6.0

o  PTE (Pearson Test of English) Academic overall score: 48

o  MET (Michigan English Test, 4-skill): 52

o  Duolingo English Test: 95

o  iTEP Academic: 3.7

o  Official SAT ( Reading and Writing: 510) or ACT scores (English section only: 21)

o  Completion of UToledo American Language Institute’s High Advanced Level English Program

o  Passed UToledo’s English 1110

o  Completion of ELS Language Center’s Level 112

o  Waiver showing that the student earned a high school diploma where English is the language of instruction

 

Tuition and Fees

The average cost of tuition and living expenses for a student living on campus is $26,033 (Tuition: $11,885, living expenses: $14,148).

 

Scholarship

UToledo helps its students worldwide to achieve their academic goals by providing assistance through scholarships or special tuition rates. The university offers several types of scholarships – merit-based scholarships, donor scholarships, outside scholarships, and special scholarships. To learn more on how to apply for these scholarships, talk to one of Global Study Guide’s advisors.