International students increasingly want to come to the United States for college or graduate school. Use our tips, rankings, and more to help you find the best school for you.
Studying in the United States
An introduction to U.S. life and culture before college can help.
Chinese student enrollment in the U.S. increased by 21 percent in 2012-2013.
Students abroad interested in U.S. schools should start saving early.
Some schools provide money to undergraduates from abroad.
Having international peers at school might help you acclimate.
Get tips and resources to help you in your search.
Keep your child safe, even from thousands of miles away.
Students' desire for inclusion has spurred new campus initiatives across the United States.
Two-year colleges can help students improve English skills, save money, and adapt to U.S. education.
TOEFL test prep should be comprehensive—and can even be fun.
Understand key terms used at schools in the United States.