What does the future hold for the 1.1 million international students now at U.S. universities? Anything's possible, including leading their countries.
Meet two young people who hope to become diplomats one day. They believe studying in the U.S. will help them to achieve their goals.
Science, engineering and business classes are big draws for international students, but U.S. colleges also prepare them for leadership back home.
For the third time in four years, Team USA ranked first in the International Mathematical Olympiad, the standard for excellence in youth mathematics.
Hundreds of young professionals from across Africa will spend a summer in the U.S. as Mandela Washington Fellows, learning how to lead. Will you be one?
Young leaders from sub-Saharan Africa’s 49 countries are returning home with clearer visions, revived purpose, and stronger networks after a summer as Mandela Washington Fellows.
As the number of students in sub-Saharan Africa seeking university degrees continues to rise, more students look to the United States for a college experience.
Students are using 3-D printers in "makerspaces," where they turn innovative ideas into reality. At one U.S. university, the space is in a dormitory.
America's unique community colleges have propelled Americans to fame and fortune in many fields, from Hollywood to space to the frontiers of science.