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Study in Eugene

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Why study in Eugene?

Eugene is a vibrant city in the US state of Oregon. It’s the third-largest city in the state with a population of over 170,000 people. Eugene has a wonderful subtropical climate with warm summers and cool winters - it’s a lovely place to be all year round.

There’s a lot to do in Eugene. International students can enjoy the city’s lively music scene, cultural festivals, beautiful parks, and awesome local cuisine. Students can also go swimming, boating, or hiking in nearby mountains.

The city is an incredibly student-friendly place thanks to Eugene’s large student population. The community spirit is amazingly uplifting, the local people are friendly and the culture is chilled - there’s a great vibe in Eugene.

It’s easy to get around in Eugene. There’s a range of affordable public transport options available for international students to use. If you love exploring, larger cities like Portland and Seattle are easy to reach.

Universities in Eugene

Student reviews for Eugene

  • Jimmy Tran
    Vietnam
    Overall experience 5 stars
    Academic
    5 stars
    University social
    4 stars
    Accommodation
    5 stars
    University facilities
    4 stars
    Lane Community College Design
    Tell us about Eugene
    Eugene is a very small town but it feels very lively, safe and people are very friendly. Public transportation is accessible with ease. There are many great musical activities in town and the food culture here is surprisingly amazing.
  • Eben Yemoh
    Ghana
    Overall experience 4 stars
    Academic
    4 stars
    University social
    2 stars
    Accommodation
    3 stars
    University facilities
    3 stars
    Lane Community College Biology
    Tell us about Eugene
    Eugene was a safe enough city depending on where you were. The homeless population was a major problem making it less attractive to hangout downtown.
  • Noelyne Alitema
    Uganda
    Overall experience 5 stars
    Academic
    5 stars
    University social
    4 stars
    Accommodation
    4 stars
    University facilities
    5 stars
    Lane Community College International Development
    Tell us about Eugene
    Eugene is probably one of the safest cities in the U.S. it is a small college town, with a lot of outdoor activities that keep the locals and students healthy and entertained. The bus transport is very easy to access and once you're a student at Lane you get a free bus pass and have access to the buses whenever you need them. Because Eugene is a small town it doesn’t have a big nightlife and I personally think this is helpful because it helps you focus and study as a student.
  • Noelyne Alitema
    Uganda
    Overall experience 5 stars
    Academic
    5 stars
    University social
    4 stars
    Accommodation
    4 stars
    University facilities
    5 stars
    Lane Community College International Development
    Tell us about Eugene
    Eugene is probably one of the safest cities in the U.S. it is a small college town, with a lot of outdoor activities that keep the locals and students healthy and entertained. The bus transport is very easy to access and once you're a student at Lane you get a free bus pass and have access to the buses whenever you need them. Because Eugene is a small town it doesn’t have a big nightlife and I personally think this is helpful because it helps you focus and study as a student.
  • Rheata Kumala
    Indonesia
    Overall experience 4 stars
    Academic
    3 stars
    University social
    4 stars
    Accommodation
    5 stars
    University facilities
    3 stars
    Lane Community College Interior Design
    Tell us about Eugene
    Eugene is a small college town. A green city that is very pedestrian and bike-friendly. The best thing is the people, as they are very friendly and lovely to strike a conversation with. Downtown gets a little sketchier during weekends as there are a lot of bars and homeless communities, but most of the shops and restaurants are closed by 7pm, so there’s not many reason to go outside at night. After exploring the other side of Eugene (that is where the University of Oregon is) I definitely love the University of Oregon’s neighborhood more than downtown.

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