AT A GLANCE
University of St. Thomas (or simply, St. Thomas) is Minnesota’s largest private university, where about 10,000 students from 50 US states and 63 different countries are currently studying. It is ranked by the U.S. News & World Report #63 in its Best Value Schools list.
St. Thomas offers more than 100 undergraduate majors and 60 graduate degree programs, each of which thrusts students in cross-disciplinary coursework and intercultural understanding to prepare them for the complexities of today’s world. Its undergraduate engineering program is ranked #29 by the U.S. News & World Report. Students looking for fields in arts & sciences; business; education, leadership & counselling; engineering; law; and social work, among others are bound to find the right program for them.
A 14:1 student-to-faculty ratio facilitates the personal attention of professors to each student and opens opportunities for collaborative student-faculty research. Through key partnerships with Fortune 500 companies, St. Thomas also offers internships and industry placements to its students.
Aside from its academic commitment, St. Thomas also educates students to become morally responsible leaders who think critically, act wisely and work skillfully for the benefit of society and of the whole world.
University of St. Thomas is an EduCo International partner university.
- "I have more than one reason to choose St. Thomas. First of all, I love the environment and people at St. Thomas. Secondly, St. Thomas has one of the best career development centers. And lastly it was because of the scholarship that I was offered. My favourite part about St. Thomas is the class size. We only have about 30 students max in a class. That gives each and every student more than enough time to interact and communicate with their professors as well as classmates. It has been helping me a lot with my study. I only have one piece of advice for prospective students: open up. They will surely enjoy their time here. When I started at St. Thomas, the thing that surprised me the most was the people. Everyone including professors, staffs and fellow students are super friendly and helpful. Help can be found anywhere and anytime."
- Nahn Thai Nguyen, Vietnam Bachelor of Science in Information Systems and Business Administration