This is a ranking of colleges and universities based solely on the popularity of their International Agriculture program. Read the methodology here.
It's hard to beat Cornell University if you wish to study International Agriculture. Ithaca, New York is an appropriate setting for learners who appreciate the active city life.
Only 37.0% of college students graduate in four years. Cornell is way ahead of the pack on that mark with a 87.1% on-time graduation rate. International students from over 50 different countries are represented at this school. Take a virtual tour for more information on Cornell's campus.