Coming overseas to start graduate school in the US can feel overwhelming and scary. Take the time to visit the following centers and offices on your new campus within the first few weeks after you arrive. They can offer invaluable resources to help with a smooth transition. International Student Center You will likely be required … Continue reading Top Spots on Campus for International Students
As an international student, moving to the US can be a stressful time, and planning ahead will make things easier. Below are some important tasks to take care of so you can hit the ground running as soon as school starts. Set up a bank account Bring cash with you when you travel to the … Continue reading Getting started in the US as an international student
Packing up your life and moving to a new country can be both exciting and stressful. Be mindful as you pack, and bring only what you need. Below is a checklist you can save to make sure you don’t forget anything. Important contact information for your home university. Student services, admissions, international student office, housing. Hard … Continue reading What international students should bring to the US
If you’re applying to universities in more than one world region, learning how each system works is important. Where to start? Find a basic overview of the landscape and application process in three regions — the United States, the United Kingdom and Canada — below. The Landscape United States There are more than 3,000 4-year … Continue reading Applying for an Undergraduate Degree at US, UK and Canadian Universities — What’s the difference?
University in the U.S. is expensive and it can be time-consuming and difficult to find scholarships if you are a non-U.S. citizen (remember, if you are a U.S. permanent resident or a U.S. citizen who lives outside the country, you are eligible for U.S. student scholarships). Scholarship funds for international students are limited and competitive to … Continue reading Scholarships for International Undergraduate Students