If you come to study in the U.S., you’ll find that this is the time of year when college students and other Americans become obsessed with March Madness.
Science, engineering and business classes are big draws for international students, but U.S. colleges also prepare them for leadership back home.
Getting an American-style education outside the U.S. is now a little bit easier, thanks to the growing number of international branch campuses.
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.
International student enrollments at U.S. colleges broke 1 million again. Both the students and the schools benefit from their relationships.
At American universities, students with disabilities get accommodation and support in addition to access to great academics.
Almost 100,000 international students attend U.S. two-year colleges, where they can learn English and get credits to apply toward four-year college degrees.
In the U.S., many journalists gain career experience while they are students, by reporting news for their schools' newspapers, radio stations or websites.