Get information from USA universities, colleges and schools sent to you, a free service for international students wanting to study in the USA. These schools are actively recruiting international students now. Search our list of:
- Community colleges and junior colleges offering 2-year associate degrees
- Undergraduate universities and colleges offering bachelors degree programs
- Graduate schools offering masters and PhD programs
- English as a second language schools (ESL schools)
- Boys-girls boarding schools
- Cooking schools and culinary arts programs
Why do so many international students choose to study in the USA? This section explains what the education system has to offer each international student and why you should study in the US. Discussed are common misconceptions about studying in the USA. There even is a list of some famous international students who studied at one of the many USA universities, colleges and schools.
Want to study in the US but are confused about the American education system? This section includes information for international students on universities, colleges, ESL schools, high schools, vocational schools, boarding schools, etc. Get info about the education system and how it works. What is the difference between a bachelors degree and associate degree? What are the differences between universities, colleges, and community colleges? Detailed information on associate degree, bachelor degree, masters degree, and PhD degree programs, academic credits, elective course options, what a liberal arts college is, and general USA education and graduation requirements for the international student.
Can international students work while enrolled in universities, colleges or schools? This section offers advice and information on paying for your education in the USA. Includes information on the cost of attending universities, colleges and other types of USA schools. Financial aid for US study, international student loans, grants and international student scholarships.
How should I apply to study in the USA? A look at how the admissions process works. What do universities, colleges, boarding, ESL and other schools look for in international student applications? Plan your application in advance. Get information on college entrance exams, such as SAT, GRE and TOEFL, English as a second language (ESL) schools, college admission essay help, and other essential reading for students wanting to study in the USA.
How does one get an international student visa to study in the US? Get information on immigration issues confronting each international student. Does the USA still welcome international students? Which universities, colleges and schools are authorized to enroll international students? Includes international student visa application info, passports, embassy information, visa regulations, US green card lottery application, and even the new SEVIS immigration rules.
Provides a look into life and culture for those wanting to study in USA universities, colleges and schools. What is it really like to study in the US? Learn about starting your education on the right foot. Includes international student health insurance, USA money and banking information, international student housing, dormitories at universities and colleges, the student culture at schools, colleges and universities, USA regions, transportation, international student life, etc.
Is your child interested in attending a USA university, college, or school? This section is designed exclusively for parents of children obtaining a USA education. It addresses many of the questions and concerns that parents have when sending their children to study in the USA. Highly recommended reading for parents.