The Florida International University

The Florida International University

Greater Miami , United States
  • 43
    Acceptance Rate
  • 19
    Available Programs
  • 35452
  • 40000
    Average Cost
  • 95
    Employment Rate


Established in 1965, Florida International University (FIU) is a member of the State University System of Florida and is comprised of 19 different schools and colleges. Together, these academic units offer baccalaureate, master's and doctoral degree programs in more than 190 major areas of study. The largest public university in southern Florida, FIU has campuses in western Miami-Dade County and on Biscayne Bay. University Park occupies 342 acres of lush gardens and features apartment-style and traditional residence halls, an eight-story library and an environmental preserve. The Biscayne Bay Campus encompasses nearly 200 acres, including a natural mangrove preserve, and facilities such as apartment-style housing, a library and aquatic center. 

Entry requirements

Requirements may vary from program to program. Use the search to find the requirements for each master’s, doctoral, specialist and graduate certificate program offered by FIU. For further questions, contact the program coordinator listed below or visit the program’s website. Students who have earned a degree from a foreign non-English speaking country must take an English proficiency test and earn (550 paper-based, 80 internet-based on TOEFL or 6.5 on IELTS). 

Scholarship & funding

Yes, there are a lot of scholarships in FIU. For more information click here 


Student life

Faculty members in FIU's Dept. of Mathematics and Statistics bring a century-long academic tradition to South Florida. The Math Circles at FIU are free, weekend classes for gifted young students looking to sharpen their skills by working with university professors

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