Auburn University

Fast Facts

  • School Size


  • Tuition

    $40,000—$45,000 Year

  • Affiliation


  • Type of School


  • Student Body Gender


  • Religious Affiliation

    No Affiliation

  • Scholarships for International Students


  • Conditional Admission Available


  • Top Programs

    Business, Engineering, Finance

  • Setting


  • Accreditation and Certification


  • Type of Housing

    Residence Hall, Dormitory

  • Test Scores

    TOEFL: 80+, IELTS: Band 6.5+

  • Social Media

Welcome to Auburn University!

Students from around the world choose Auburn University. Why? Learn more about Auburn’s academic programs, small-town atmosphere, and student life.


Friendly people, nice weather, and great opportunities for success. It’s easy to see why Southern Living ranked Auburn #7 on its list of The South’s Best Small Towns of 2017.

  • Auburn is home to 60,000 people, with a relaxed and friendly atmosphere.
  • Average temperatures are 13°C in January, 31°C in June, and 25°C in October.
  • In your free time, dine at 125+ restaurants, shop at 60+ stores, or explore 16 parks in the area.
  • Day trips include hiking in Chewacla State Park, going to the beach, or exploring nearby Atlanta.
  • Organizations recruiting Auburn alumni include Apple, Coca-Cola, Exxon Mobil, and NASA.
  • Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport is only 1.5 hours away, making it convenient to travel home and around the U.S.


Auburn has a long history of innovation, from cancer research to world-leading technology research centers to a top 5 Industrial Design program.

  • #103 National University.
  • #22 Best Graduate Agricultural/Biological Engineering Program.
  • #38 Best Graduate Industrial/ Manufacturing/Systems Engineering Program.
  • #56 Best Undergraduate Engineering Program and #65 Best Graduate Engineering School.
  • #64 Best Undergraduate Business Program.
  • #10 top Supply Chain Program in the world in 2016.


Want to have some fun? Join an exciting club, make the short walk downtown to do some shopping, or relax outdoors at the Davis Arboretum nature area on campus.

  • 28,000+ students, including international students from 100+ countries.
  • Ranked #4 College with the Happiest Students.
  • 500+ student clubs and organizations, including International Buddy Program and Engineers Without Borders.
  • On campus, you’ll find an award-winning theatre, arboretum, and museum of fine art.
  • 35+ dining options on campus, from buffet-style dining halls to boba tea to late night pizza.
  • Auburn's Recreation and Wellness Center includes a rock-climbing wall, 1/3-mile indoor track, and group fitness classes.


Auburn University is equipped to help you with whatever you need to ensure your success. Through Auburn Global, we offer a number of valuable benefits and support services designed to help you thrive in your new environment. Here are some of the support services offered through Auburn Global: 

  • Flexible course selection and registration 
  • Visa support services
  • Dedicated support services team
  • Academic advising and tutoring
  • American cultural experiences, outing and events
  • Career preparation
  • International student orientation

Auburn is a place where professors are known as scholars and mentors. Our students spend time working with faculty both inside and outside of the classroom - whether it’s in the lab, during office hours, over coffee, or participating in a community outreach project. Even after you’ve graduated, you will join a network of 233,000 Auburn alumni to help you succeed in the world.

Auburn, Alabama

Located in Auburn, Alabama, Auburn University offers a family-like community steeped in tradition. At Auburn, not only are our academic offerings outstanding,  you will feel connected to your fellow students, both U.S. and international, from the first time you arrive on campus to the time you graduate.

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Auburn University

Auburn Global
332 James E. Foy Hall
Auburn AL 36849
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