The University of Idaho (U of I) is a public research institution founded in 1889, and is located in the beautiful city of Moscow, Idaho USA. The U of I is a top 100 public university and one of only 72 prestigious land-grant institutions in the USA. There are over 300 degree programs in all major areas of study including engineering, science, business, architecture, natural resources, agriculture, music, and much more. The American Language & Culture Program is located on campus, which helps students improve their English skills and prepares students for success at the university level.
The University of Idaho offers 140 undergraduate majors, 70 master's programs, 30 doctoral programs and a premier law program, allowing students to find a perfect fit academically.
Students can explore all degree options by visiting our degree finder.
University of Idaho Colleges
- Agricultural and Life Sciences
- Art and Architecture
- Business and Economics
- Education, Health and Human Sciences
- Letters, Arts and Social Sciences
- Natural Resources
The University of Idaho American Language and Culture Program (ALCP) is an intensive English language program designed to help students develop the skills necessary to succeed in academic programs in the United States or to further their professional careers. Since its beginning in 1992, the ALCP has helped hundreds of students improve their English language abilities.
For all of our international application requirements, please visit International Admissions.
Estimated Costs and Scholarships for International Students:
- Estimated Costs, Scholarships, Assistantships, and Other Funding Opportunities
- IMPORTANT: Contact department for specific funding opportunities
The University of Idaho offers a residential campus experience in Moscow, Idaho. All first year undergraduate students are required to live on campus. Several types of accommodations are available to suit each student's individual needs.
Check out the cost of living for our different housing options.
Students can apply for housing here.
Students who are eligible and wish to live off-campus must make their own arrangements. Here are some helpful resources for students considering off-campus living options:
Brochures & Fact Sheets
- University of Idaho Presentation-New
- U of I International Agent Training Presentation
- U of I International Recruitment Presentation (Spanish)
Translated Fact Sheets
- University Certificate of Financial Responsibility
- American Language and Culture Certificate of Financial Responsibility
- Agent Application Coversheet
- Student Consent Form
- Student Consent for Release Form (Instructions)