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You can’t learn it all in a classroom. These students share...

No matter how well you’ve prepared to study in the U.S., some things about American universities and culture will probably come as a surprise....
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These 5 fields attract most international students to U.S. schools

International Education Week celebrates students who attend college someplace other than in their home countries. Their curiosity is building a more democratic, secure and prosperous...
Students on campus (AP Images)

A record number of international students enroll in U.S. colleges. Will...

A lot of international students pursue college and university degrees in the U.S. — nearly 820,000 did in 2013. That's more than go to any...

Campus life in the USA

The college experience is a time to study and prepare for a career, but also to discover new talents, explore new places and mature....
Illustration of a student holding a passport, visa and credit card (State Dept./Doug Thompson)

Passport? Check. Visa? Check. And now a credit card for international...

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.

An insider’s tips for studying in the U.S.

Your bags are packed, tickets and passport in hand. You've brushed up on your  English. It's time to join the 1 million students who study in America each...

Do you have questions on student visas? Get answers.

Do you have questions about student visas? What about studying in the U.S.? Join our live webchat with EducationUSA's Heidi Arola and get answers!
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You don’t have to be black to attend a historically black...

Historically black colleges are committed to social justice and view themselves as part of a historical legacy. What else makes them appealing?

What can MOOCs do for your chances of getting into a...

It's becoming clear that enrolling in massive open online courses (MOOCs) also helps students to gain admission at U.S. colleges.