The latest news on study abroad
Learn how your GPA and undergraduate degree translate when you apply as an international grad student.
Consider living in a themed house instead of a dorm while attending a U.S. university.
From their work ethic to their diversity of opinions, Americans may surprise you, so keep an open mind.
Talk to the international student office about any legal regulations before you look for internships.
Talk often, but explore on your own when you’re an international student with a long-distance partner.
Learn about scholarships and financial aid with online resources for international students.
Listen to English podcasts and check out free online practice tests to prepare for TOEFL test day.
Consider taking language or history courses to better understand the country in which you’re studying.
Spend summer break working on your U.S. college campus or taking a course.
Studying in the U.S. is a great experience – but think twice about the cost.