Women from Afghanistan, Egypt and Jordan are among 80 young leaders who spent the summer studying in the U.S. as part of a State Department program.
For one athletic Japanese student, basketball was the ticket to study in the U.S. for free. Many sports offer full scholarships in the U.S.
In the U.S., many journalists gain career experience while they are students, by reporting news for their schools' newspapers, radio stations or websites.
Teaching in the United States has been a life-changing experience for Mariia Kharina, who lectures at Bluefield State College in West Virginia.
International students at U.S. universities are now able to obtain a credit card, thanks to a startup founded by someone who was once without one.
The founder of the online Khan Academy is reimagining how children are taught in bricks-and-mortar schools.
Historically black colleges are committed to social justice and view themselves as part of a historical legacy. What else makes them appealing?
Universities in North America and Europe in the Syria Consortium for Higher Education in Crisis have given scholarships to more than 300 Syrian students.
More than 1 million students from around the world attend a college or university in the U.S. Find out what they're studying and where.