Wichita State University

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Wichita State University (WSU) is a public-funded research university in Wichita, Kansas, United States, founded in 1895. It is the third largest university governed by the Kansas Board of Regents. With an enrollment of more than 14,000, the population comprises of students from every nook and corner of the United States and 110 foreign countries. Eighty-seven percent are from Kansas, representing nearly all counties in the state. WSU students and athletic teams are called the Shockers because Wichita students used to earn money by harvesting or "shocking" wheat. At one point of time, the university also used to be called WU, for Wichita University, and now the school's mascot is a bundle of wheat named WuShock. Besides athletics, WSU students also have the opportunity to get involved in over 200 campus organizations
















Location & Facilities

The 330 acre (1.3 kmĀ²) campus has one of the largest outdoor sculpture collections of any U.S. university. Approximately 1,000 students live in campus dormitories. The main campus is within short driving distance from Interstate 135 and the K-96 expressway in north Wichita.






















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Wichita State has 479 full-time faculties and 41 part-time faculties. Of the total, 73 percent have earned the highest degree in their field.Wichita State University offers more than 60 undergraduate degree programs in more than 200 areas of study in six colleges. The Graduate School offers an extensive program including 44 master's degrees in more than 100 areas and a specialist in education degree. It offers doctoral degrees in applied mathematics; audiology; chemistry; communicative disorders and sciences; nursing practice; physical therapy; psychology (programs in human factors, community and APA-accredited clinical psychology); educational administration; aerospace, industrial and mechanical engineering; and electrical engineering and computer science.

  • The University comprises the following six academic colleges:
  • W. Frank Barton School of Business
  • College of Education
  • College of Engineering
  • College of Fine Arts
  • College of Health Professions
  • Fairmount College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

Courses Offered

Sr.no Name of the programme Level
1 Accounting - MAcc PG
2 Aerospace Engineering - MS PG
3 Aging Studies (formerly Gerontology) PG
4 Anthropology - MA PG
5 Audiology - AuD PG
6 Biological Sciences - MS PG
7 Business Administration - MBA PG
8 Business Administration - Executive MBA PG
9 Chemistry - MS PG
10 Communication - MA PG
11 Communication Sciences and Disorders - MA PG
12 Computer Networking - MS PG
13 Computer Science - MS PG
14 Counseling - MEd PG
15 Creative Writing - MFA PG
16 Criminal Justice - MA PG
17 Earth, Environmental, and Physical Sciences - MS PG
18 Economics - MA PG
19 Educational Psychology - MEd PG
20 Electrical Engineering - PhD PG
21 Electrical Engineering - MS PG
22 Engineering Management - MEM PG
23 English - MA PG
24 Exercise Science - MEd PG
25 History - MA PG
26 Industrial Engineering - MS PG
27 Mathematics - MS PG
28 Mechanical Engineering - MS PG
29 Music - MM PG
30 Music Education - MME PG
31 Physical Therapy - DPT PG
32 Public Administration - MPA PG
33 School Psychology - EdS PG
34 Social Work - MSW PG
35 Sociology - MA PG
36 Spanish - MA PG
37 Sport Management - MEd PG
38 Studio Art - MFA PG
39 Hospitality Management UG
40 Accountancy UG
41 Aerospace Engineering UG
42 Art Education UG
43 Art History UG
44 Bioengineering UG
45 Biological Science UG
46 Business Administration UG
47 Chemistry UG
48 Communication- Broadcast Journalism/Electronic Media/Print Journalism/Strategic Communication UG
49 Computer Engineering UG
50 Computer Networking UG
51 Computer Science UG
52 Dance UG
53 Earth, Environmental, Physical Science UG
54 Economics UG
55 Educational Psychology UG
56 Electrical Engineering UG
57 Engineering for Manufacture UG
58 Engineering Management UG
59 Entrepreneurship UG
60 Exercise Science UG
61 Finance UG
62 Forensic Science UG
63 Graphic Design UG
64 Health Science UG
65 History UG
66 Human Resource Management UG
67 Industrial Engineering UG
68 International Business UG
69 Management Information Systems UG
70 Management UG
71 Marketing UG
72 Mathematics UG
73 Mechanical Engineering UG
74 Medical Laboratory Sciences UG
75 Music UG
76 Philosophy UG
77 Physics UG
78 Psychology UG
79 Public Administration UG
80 School Psychology UG
81 Sociology UG




























The SGA International Student Scholarship is provided through the Student Government Association for international students planning to continue their education. Applicants must be full-time undergraduate or graduate students who have completed at least one semester of study at WSU. Awards are based on academic excellence and leadership. Each scholarship is for $500 per academic semester; a maximum of $1,000 per academic year can be received. Scholarships can be awarded for an academic year or for a single semester. Students are notified of their awards in writing.


  • Be a full-time undergraduate or graduate International student
  • Have completed at least one semester of study at WSU
  • Demonstrate leadership through on-campus involvement
  • Minimum 3.0 cumulative GPA (preferred)
  • May not be a previous recipient as award is limited to one academic year

Application Instructions:

  • Complete and sign the application form.
  • Attach a typed one page essay about yourself. Must include information describing your leadership and service to Wichita State University.
  • Attach a copy of your current transcript, including the fall prior to the fall the scholarship will be awarded. 

Application must be received in the Office of Financial Aid by 5:00 p.m. February 1.
For more information contact us at +91 98200 95686.

Financial Assistance for International Students
Although financial aid opportunities for international students are limited, there are various resources for funding your education. If you are an international student searching for financial aid assistance, the following information may be helpful. For additional information, please contact the Office of Financial Aid at (316) 978-3430 or 1-800-522-2978. The office is located in Room 203 of Jardine Hall. 
Individuals in the U.S. on only an F1 or F2 student visa, or a J1 or J2 exchange visitor visa, or a G series visa are not eligible for the federal financial aid programs, but may apply for other types of aid.

WSU Payment Plan
A payment plan is available to assist students in paying tuition through installments. Any student who does not have sufficient funds to pay tuition and fees when payment is due is eligible, if he/she has paid all previous obligations to the university. The payment plan requires an immediate $130 payment with $30 toward a non-refundable setup fee and $100 toward the balance. There are three monthly payments each in the Fall and Spring and 2 monthly payments in the Summer. Eligible students may apply for the payment plan when payment for current enrollment is due. For more information, contact the Financial Operations office at (316) 978-3333 or in Room 201 of Jardine Hall.   For more information:  WSU Payment Plan.

WSU Graduate Assistantships and Fellowships
Each year WSU awards a number of graduate assistantships and fellowships for advanced study. Assistantships are offered in most departments with advanced degrees and are awarded primarily on the basis of a student's academic record and demonstrated teaching, research, and leadership abilities. Applications for assistantships should be mailed directly to the program area where the assistantship is desired.
Fellowships are awarded to a limited number of graduate students in good academic standing who are admitted to a program of study leading to a doctoral degree and to certain programs at the master's level. Awards are made primarily on the basis of the academic achievement and potential of the student as a degree candidate. Applications for fellowships should be mailed directly to the program area where the fellowship is desired.

Cultural Ambassador Program Scholarships
The Cultural Ambassador Program Scholarship is awarded to international students who show a strong interest and capability in promoting their diverse culture through community programs during an academic year. The scholarships are administered by the Office of International Programs and funded by the Student Government Association. For more information, contact the International Student Advisor Program Coordinator at (316) 978-3232.

International Student Hardship Fund
Monies in this fund are specifically dedicated to the emergency needs of registered international students. Students must complete an application form and provide an accurate and detailed report of their income and expenses, and the nature of their particular hardship. Forms are available at Morrison Hall, Room 107.
The fund is intended to be only a short-term solution for those qualifying international students experiencing extreme financial difficulties. Funding for the program is provided by the Student Government Association (SGA) and is administered by the Office of Vice President for Campus Life and University Relations.
The fund is limited; therefore awards will be available only for the most extreme hardship cases. Further, the maximum amount of an award to a single student shall not exceed $1,000 and are limited to only one hardship grant per their academic year.

Employment Opportunities on Campus
International students may apply for open positions on-campus through Career Services in Grace Wilke Hall, Room 203 or online at http://www.wichita.edu/careers. The student's visa must designate eligibility to work on-campus while residing in the United States. On-campus employment is not guaranteed.

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