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Students with disabilities excel at American universities

At American universities, students with disabilities get accommodation and support in addition to access to great academics.

Going home for the holidays? Make visa plans early

International students in the U.S. are thinking about one thing now: final exams. But those returning to their home countries after exams should make...
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Questions about studying in the U.S.? Tune in for answers.

Do you plan to study in the U.S. in the near future? Do you hope to later on? Participate in an online chat on Wednesday,...
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International students a boon for U.S. universities — and vice versa

International student enrollments at U.S. colleges broke 1 million again. Both the students and the schools benefit from their relationships.

Musicians find the key to a career at U.S. conservatories

Talented young musicians from Latin America, Asia and elsewhere are attending U.S. music schools for an American college degree.

This is why students of cybersecurity come to the U.S.

Hundreds of colleges and universities in the United States offer cybersecurity degrees to meet the needs of this growing international industry.

Take charge, take a U.S. degree [video]

About 900,000 international students pursue degrees in the U.S. each year. They study hard, but fun and friends are also part of the experience.

Business schools bridge classrooms and real-life work

A growing number of U.S. business schools today offer a combination of instruction and learning that is hands-on, entrepreneurial and global.

Fatima Bano: My American ‘firsts’

Fatima Bano, a Pakistani exchange student at a community college in Lynnwood, Washington, describes for ShareAmerica her new experiences in the U.S.