2020 Most Popular International Agriculture Schools in the Great Lakes Region

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Great Lakes Region Schools Offering International Agriculture Listed In Order of Popularity

This is a ranking of colleges and universities based solely on the popularity of their International Agriculture program. Read the methodology here.

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It's hard to find a better school than Andrews University if you want to study International Agriculture. Students who enjoy a more slow-paced life will appreciate Andrews University's location in the small town of Berrien Springs, Michigan.

Around 74.5% of the educators at this school are full-time and have regular office hours, so they will be more available to students. Study hard for your SAT; the standard score of applicants to Andrews is 1,100. A virtual tour could be a good way to learn more about Andrews University.

Wilmington College is among your top options if you're planning on studying International Agriculture. Wilmington, Ohio is placed in a calm, tranquil, country area.

Over 92.0% of Wilmington College students get some form of school funding. Wilmington College does not require freshman students to live on-campus. Ever wish colleges and universities were graded with a report card? Now they are. Have a look at Wilmington College's scorecard.

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