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With 160 years of history and a wide range of nationally ranked master’s programs, organizations recruiting our graduates say that Auburn University students have an edge with their level of professionalism, communication skills, and preparation.


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  • Strength in sciences

    Earn your masters at one of the top five nationally ranked universities for producing NASA scientists and astronauts.

  • Career preparation

    Professional development and internship assistance tailor-made for international students.

  • Support services

    Our team of advisors provides dedicated support on both academics and practicalities such as travel, housing, mobile phones, and bank accounts.


Auburn Global's Master's Accelerator Program for international students offers a variety of graduate programs in engineering (including software engineering), mathematics, education, and liberal arts.

Auburn University has a long tradition of excellence in engineering education, going all the way back to 1872. Our graduate programs are ranked 37th among the nation's public universities.

About Auburn

#43 Top Public University
(U.S. News & World Report2017)

#32 Graduate Industrial / Manufacturing / Systems Engineering
(U.S. News and World Report2017)

#62 Best Graduate Engineering Schools
(U.S. News and World Report2017)

Auburn is one of the TOP 10 Best Places to Live
(U.S. News & World Report2015)

Take your career to the next level:

Auburn graduates are highly sought after by global employers.


Auburn is a small city with a mild climate and big opportunities. Auburn's downtown area, with restaurants and shops, is within easy walking distance of the campus. In a 10 minute drive, you can visit a 16-screen movie theater, shop at a world-class shopping mall, and play 90 holes of golf. A few miles from the campus, Chewacla State Park has 696 acres of hiking and camping. Just 1.5 hours away you'll find the largest city in the Southeast, Atlanta, home to the nation's busiest airport (so it's easy to fly home when you need to) and more than a dozen Fortune 500 companies.

Some of the world's leading companies have operations in Alabama, bringing thousands of well-paying jobs, internship opportunities, and economic vibrancy to the area.

Hyundai, along with its sister company, Kia, is one of the best automaker in the world.
Home Depot, the world's largest home improvement retailer.
Coca-Cola, the most popular beverage brand in the world.
Delta Airlines, one of the world's largest and oldest airlines.



Tim Cook

CEO of Apple,
Class of 1982



Jimmy Wales

Co-Founder of Wikipedia,
Class of 1986


Octavia Spencer

Oscar Award-Winning Actress,
Class of 1989



Jim Voss

Former NASA Astronaut,
Class of 1972


“When I first came to the U.S., I knew no one here. But from the moment I arrived at Auburn, I was encouraged to become part of the university, so I soon started to feel that, yes, this is my family. And I believe we all think like that at Auburn. You can't escape the Auburn spirit when you're here. Even when I go back to India, I'll still be a  part of the Auburn Family. It's a feeling. And it's great to be a part of it."

- ABHEESHTA GONE, INDIA,  MS Electrical and Computer Engineering