Old Dominion University, VA
Contact: Mr. David Danenberg, International Recruitment Coordinator
Office of International Admissions
Tel. +1.757.683.3701; Fax +1.757.683.3651
For more information, please contact us or visit www.odu.edu
Old Dominion University is Virginia’s forward-thinking doctoral research university for high-achieving students who want rigorous academic and an energized cosmopolitan lifestyle.
With 24,753 students (5,386 graduate students, 19,367 undergraduates) from 113 countries and across the U.S., our campus is a rich and welcoming mix of nationalities, cultures, viewpoint, and life experiences.
ODU offers nationally ranked academic programs in 69 bachelors, 54 masters, and 42 doctoral degrees. ODU’s remarkable academic tradition is based on a low student-faculty ratio of 21:1, excellent faculty, state-of-the-art resources, and advanced technology centers. Student organizations, undergraduate scholarships, English as a Second Language (ESL), and guaranteed internships are available. The 251 acres of campus is located in Norfolk, Virginia, a coastal region of 2 million people known for its mild climate and outstanding historical, cultural, and recreational attractions.
Our Professors are masters in their fields, recognized by peers, businesses, associations, and industries around the globe. They combine top academic credentials with real-world experience: authors and creators, thinkers and doers who bring sharply honed expertise, pioneering research, and cutting-edge discovery into their classrooms.
Students are individually engaged both inside the classroom and outside it: internships, research, service learning, co-ops, and fieldwork are standard in most areas of study, and students work closely with expert faculty to understand and shape the way we interact with the world and to give voice to the human experience.