Attending a college most focused on International Agriculture will mean that your major gets the most funding and have a variety of opportunities for you. The schools listed here are known for their International Agriculture programs for a reason. Find out what it is by clicking on them!
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It's hard to beat Iowa State University if you want to study International Agriculture. Based in Ames, Iowa, this institution is a good option for students who enjoy the excitement of a popular city.
If you're concerned with racking up too much student debt, you should note that graduates leave Iowa State with an average of only $27,472 in student loans.Freshmen are not required to live on-campus at Iowa State University. Get a better idea of what student life at Iowa State is really like by seeing a few campus videos.