Hundreds of years since its founding, the University of Oregon (UO) remains the largest in the state of Oregon, but its classes remain small, with a 17:1 student-teacher ratio. In this way, you may enjoy the perks of a large American campus (sporting events, social clubs), while benefitting from personalized instruction that is characteristic of smaller universities. Eugene’s official slogan, “A Great City for the Arts and Outdoors”, describes the lifestyle you could live there. Recreational activities such as cycling, running, rafting and kayaking are among the most popular things to do in the city Eugene. Don’t miss the Oregon Festival of Music in August and the Asian Celebration in February (which highlights the history and cultures of the countries that make up the continent), and the weekly Saturday Market, where you may shop crafts, souvenirs and more.
About the University
University of Oregon
Established in 1876, the University of Oregon has “intellectual curiosity every bit as vibrant as our trees”—and it truly is a vibrant, green, lush campus with a community that celebrates differences and lives exceptional experiences.
From the very beginning, community has been at the very heart of UO, bringing together winners and leaders from all walks of life to learn from each other to make the future brighter.
And UO made a bright future for its impressive alumni, which includes the founders of Nike, Oregon governors, US Senators and Representatives, thought leaders, actors, and unstoppable business minds who all discovered who they are on the university’s beautiful, tree-lined campus.
Learn more at University of Oregon's official website.
SAF's Student Promise
“It is for a short period, but studying abroad was such a valuable experience because it served as a stepping stone for further growth. And the experience of interacting with various people and participating with other international students gave me the driving force and memories to overcome even the most challenging difficulties in the future. If there is an opportunity, I would love to study abroad in Oregon again.”Yoon Do-hee, Past SAF Student
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Now is your chance to learn more about the University of Oregon - directly from the people who know it best, the UO students.
Explore what life is like as a Duck as real students tell you their stories from their favorite spots around this beautiful 295-acre campus.
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