From chemical engineering to biomedical engineering, the students at the Benjamin M. Statler College of Engineering and Mineral Resources have not only a passion for thinking outside the box but also the willingness to take on the biggest questions facing humanity.
As a graduate student at WVU, you are a part of internationally recognized academic programs. You will gain expert levels of background knowledge and theory/principles of your research topics. You have access to expert mentors and advisors, funding opportunities, and the chance to conduct research and present your findings — all within a welcoming community.
In addition to organizing check-in and orientation for new WVU international students, we provide advising and assistance with:
Please note: you cannot request immigration documents for the purposes of studying in a fully online program. To study in the U.S., you must enroll in a program that requires you to be physically present in the U.S. You may only enroll in one online class (up to 3 credit hours) per semester to count towards your full-time enrollment.
It’s all about finding a career, and our Office of Corporate Relations and Career Assistance does more than just talk about it! Our staff will put students in touch with companies looking to hire for internships, co-ops and full-time positions.
Charlestown, West Virginia
Quadruple major: computer science, computer engineering, electrical engineering and Chinese.
Had I gone to any of the other schools, I wouldn’t have multiple majors and would have over $100,000 of debt. I’m glad that I came to WVU; I’m getting quite an education without placing a tremendous weight on my shoulders financially.”
Double major: computer engineering, biometrics systems with minors in Spanish and computer science while also participating in the WVU marching band.
I want to build up my experience and learn more about these fields (biometrics and computer engineering) in hopes of eventually working in an environment where I can help with solving crimes.”
Civil Engineering Graduate Research Assistant WVU Foundation Distinguished Doctoral Scholar.
The research exposure and training I received at WVU has helped me realize my innovation potential in creating award-winning multi-functional composites that make our infrastructure systems disaster-proof.”