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Augustana College www.augustana.edu
  • Augustana's focus on creating a well-rounded experience for students has generated an environment of learning that goes beyond the classroom.
  • The Augustana community offers students opportunities to be more than scholars, through hundreds of student interest groups and activities, tools and resources to discover their paths in life, and outstanding NCAA Division III athletic programs.
  • Augustana ranks 6th among all colleges and universities for total number of Academic All-Americans.
Alfred State SUNY College of Technology www.alfredstate.edu
  • Alfred State College is considered a college of technology, specializing in the STEM (science, technology, engineering, & mathematics) fields.
  • There are three areas of focus: civic engagement, project-based learning, and environmental sustainability.
  • Top 50 (# 19) public schools in the north (U.S. News & World Report).
Academy of Art University www.academyart.edu
  • Together students, faculty and staff create a vibrant community within the art school, enriched by the progressive urban culture of San Francisco and more than 80 years of inspiration.
  • Today the university has more than 18,000 students, making it the largest private school of art and design in the country.
  • The Academy is one of the best-equipped art and design schools in the nation, and is consistently one of the best values in private education in the nation with 40% lower tuition rates than other major private art and design schools.
Adler School of
Professional Psychology www.adler.edu
  • Continues the pioneering work of the first community psychologist Alfred Adler by graduating socially responsible practitioners, engaging communities, and advancing social justice.
  • 18 post-graduate programs in psychology.
  • 54 current international students.
Berkeley College www.berkeleycollege.edu
  • More than 8,000 students study at locations in New York and New Jersey, plus Berkeley College Online®. Of those, more than 900 are international students representing nearly 100 countries.
  • Combining intense classroom instruction with practical hands-on learning, degree programs are carefully developed and regularly updated to ensure marketplace relevancy.
  • All degree programs require faculty-monitored internships or job-related assignments as part of the curriculum, allowing students to apply what they've learned in real-world situations and giving them valuable experience for beginning a career.
Bowling Green State University www.bgsu.edu
  • Ranked among the top 10% public and private institutions by U.S. News & World Report.
  • Offers over 200 undergraduate and 71 graduate programs.
  • Scholarships available for freshman and transfer students.
Binghamton University, State University of New York
www.admissions.binghamton.edu
  • Top 50 among public universities in "America's Best Colleges" listing by U.S. News & World Report.
  • Award-winning faculty including a Pulitzer Prize winner, National Book Award winner, and numerous Fulbright, Ford and Guggenheim scholars.
  • Sixth most selective public university in the U.S. by U.S. News & World Report.
Ball State University
cms.bsu.edu/admissions/international
  • A selective, residential, state-assisted research university offering 190 Bachelor’s and 140 graduate programs
  • Ball State University has about 21,000 students, including 800 international students
  • One of the best universities in the Midwest (The Princeton Review)
Baldwin Wallace University www.bw.edu
  • Named a "Best Midwestern College", BW is the top 15 college in Midwest regional colleges and universities 18 post-graduate programs in psychology.
  • Founded in 1845, Baldwin Wallace was one of the first university in Ohio to admit students without regard to race or gender.
  • More than 90% of BW graduates find employment or enter the graduate school of their choice within six to nine months of graduation.
  • Located near Seattle, Washington, Bellevue College is a large public school offering intensive English language, professional/technical certificates, and two- and four-year degrees
  • Bellevue College has excellent programs in Computer Science, IT, Healthcare, Engineering, Business, Nursing, Interior Design, and many other fields
  • Many international students begin their studies at Bellevue College because the tuition cost is lower and the class sizes are small. A large number of students transfer to finish their degrees at top universities like University of Washington, UCLA, UC Berkley, and many others
California State Polytechnic University, Pomona
www.cpp.edu
  • The cornerstone of Cal Poly Pomona’s strong academic tradition is the “learn-by-doing” philosophy that blends the best of a research university with a liberal arts education to prepare students to be skilled workers, integrative problem solvers and well-balanced leaders.
  • Striking a balance between urban excitement and rural charm, Cal Poly Pomona is located in the beautiful suburbs of Los Angeles, just 45 minutes to the beaches, mountains, deserts, Hollywood and Disneyland.
  • Ranks 6th in the western U.S. for public universities. (U.S. News & World Report)
Clark University
www.clarku.edu
  • One of the 40 “Colleges That Change Lives” and in the top 75 National Universities by U.S. News & World Report.
  • Opportunities for undergraduates to get involved in graduate-level research because of the unique combination of the research university mission and our small size.
  • Strong emphasis on practical outcomes and hands-on experience in combination with the rigorous liberal arts curriculum.
Columbia College Chicago
www.colum.edu
  • Columbia College Chicago is an international leader and recognized pioneer in arts and media education.
  • 120+ years of deep experience, teaching creative students to develop authentic voices and meaningful skills.
  • Columbia graduates are fully prepared to launch sustainable careers in the visual, performing, media and communication arts.
Case Western Reserve University
www.case.edu
  • An experience-based approach to education and inquiry combines arts and humanities with science and technology, yielding one of the nation's best universities for cutting-edge research and top-ranked academic programs.
  • Consistently ranked one of the nation's best colleges by U.S. News & World Report.
  • Case Western Reserve's unique urban campus bustles across 155 acres in University Circle, a vibrant cultural district home to more than 50 of the world's finest cultural, medical, education and social-service institutions.
Calvin College
www.calvin.edu
  • A top ranked liberal arts college that offers more than 100 outstanding academic programs
  • All academic programs prepare students to address complex issues, think critically, and communicate effectively
  • #5 in the U.S. for number of international students (IIE)
Coastal Carolina University
www.coastal.edu
  • Named one of America’s 100 Best College Buys by Institutional Research and Evaluation, Inc.
  • CCU offers baccalaureate degrees and minors, including specialized degree concentrations, through its five academic colleges.
  • Available scholarships ranging $6,000-$11,000/year to all admitted international students.
Concordia University www.cu-portland.edu
  • A Christian university that welcomes students from all faiths, and one of ten Concordia Universities located throughout the United States. Concordia has been an integral part of the Pacific Northwest since 1905.
  • Offers 23 undergraduate majors with concentrations in more than 20 fields.
  • With 3,000 students, the student-faculty ratio is 17 to one.
Capitol Technology University www.captechu.edu
  • Situated just outside of Washington, DC, it is the only independent college in Maryland dedicated to Engineering, Computer Science, and Information Technology
  • Partners with NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, America’s leading organization in space flight research and exploration
  • Small size with 12:1 student to faculty ratio
DePauw University www.depauw.edu
  • Focus on experiential learning: 95% of students gain off-campus study experience. Of those, nearly two-thirds have at least one internship, 60% study abroad, and 30% engage in research with faculty members.
  • Being an undergraduate-only institution, students have the full attention of expert faculty.
  • Ranked eighth best Liberal Arts College by Standard & Poor as a source of top business executives.
Drexel University www.drexel.edu/undergrad
  • A leader in cooperative education, providing students the opportunity to gain up to 18 months of full-time professional experience before graduation. Students can choose for more than 1,700 co-op employees in 35 states and 45 international locations
  • Top 50 worldwide university granted U.S. patents (National Academy of Inventors & Intellectual Property Owners Association)
  • #10 worldwide and #3 nationally in undergraduate Fashion Design (Business of Fashion)
Duquesne University, Pittsburgh
www.duq.edu
  • Founded in 1878, Duquesne University is a private, coeducational university located above downtown Pittsburgh.
  • Duquesne enrolls more than 10,000 students with 79,000 alumni around the world, ten schools of study, and over 180 undergraduate, graduate and doctorate degree programs.
  • DISHA (Duquesne Indian Student Association) is an active student organization that plans cultural events for the Indian population and those interested in Indian culture.
DePaul University www.depaul.edu
  • With over 25,000 students, DePaul is the largest Catholic University and 12th largest private university in the U.S.
  • DePaul offers over 300 undergraduate and graduate majors in nine schools and colleges.
  • Diverse international population on campus, representing around 100 countries.
Elon University www.elon.edu
  • Elon University is a mid-sized liberal arts university offering over 60 majors within the School of Business, School of Communications, School of Education, and the College of Arts and Sciences.
  • Elon offers an enriching, inclusive community where students become engaged learners, inspired leaders, and global citizens.
  • U.S. News & World Report recognizes Elon more often than any other university in the nation for programs that are “Focused on Student Success.” Elon is recognized for excellence in study abroad, internships, undergraduate research, first-year experiences, service learning, learning communities, and senior capstone experiences.
Emerson College www.emerson.edu
  • Emerson College educates students to assume positions of leadership in communication and the arts and to advance scholarship and creative work that brings innovation, depth, and diversity to these disciplines.
  • Popular programs include: Performing Arts, Visual & Media Arts, Marketing, Journalism, Writing, Literature, and Publishing.
  • Offers opportunity to create your own major.
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Florida
www.erau.edu
  • World’s leader in Aviation and Aerospace education.
  • One in five aerospace engineers in the world have graduated from ERAU.
  • More than 120 different clubs offered on campus.
Eastern Michigan University
www.emich.edu/international
  • Offers undergraduate, graduate, and Ph.D. programs to over 23,000 students with an international student population of 1,000
  • Our programs specialize in Business, Computer Science, Engineering technology and pre-professional programs, but we offer a full liberal arts curriculum
  • National Scholars Program (approx. $16,500/year to students with 2.75 GPA or higher)
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Prescott www.prescott.erau.edu
  • Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University is the world’s largest, accredited university focusing on aviation and aerospace.
  • Popular programs include Aerospace Engineering, Aeronautical Science (pilot), Global Security and Intelligence Studies, Aviation Business Administration, and Space Physics.
  • First college of Security and Intelligence in the U.S.
Florida International University
www.fiu.edu
  • With a student body of nearly 55,000, the university is among the top 10 largest universities in the nation.
  • FIU is Miami's first and only public research university, offering bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral degrees.
  • Designated as a top-tier research institution, FIU emphasizes research as a major component in the university's mission.
Foothill and De Anza Colleges
www.fhda.edu
  • Nationally accredited community colleges in Silicon Valley with an impressive transfer record.
  • Small classes provide individualized attention at an affordable tuition rate.
  • Popular programs include Business/Commerce, Engineering, Computer Science, Health Sciences, Social Sciences, Multimedia Arts, Film/TV Animation.
Furman University
www.furman.edu
  • Founded in 1826, Furman University is the oldest, largest and most selective private institution in South Carolina.
  • The university emphasizes engaged learning, a hands-on, problem-solving educational philosophy that integrates research, internships and sustainability into the curriculum.
  • 100% residential campus for all four years of a student’s education on our award-winning campus.
Fontbonne University
www.fontbonne.edu
  • Fontbonne University is a private Catholic university in St. Louis with 1,800 students in 30+ undergraduate and 12+ graduate programs, including 200 international students from 30+ countries.
  • Top programs include Accounting, Business, Computer Science, Fashion Merchandising, Fine Arts, and MBA. Unique programs include 3+2 dual degree Engineering, Deaf Education, and Speech-Language Pathology.
  • Small class sizes characterize the student experience at Fontbonne with a student-to-faculty ratio of 11:1; and, a commitment to open communication, personal concern and diversity.
Fairleigh Dickinson University
www.fdu.edu
  • FDU is the largest private university in New Jersey, located ten kilometers from New York City, and is the first comprehensive university in the world to be granted special consultative status by the UN's Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC).
  • Ranked #14 in international student enrollment among masters level institutions by the IIE publication Open Doors , FDU has more than 1,200 international students from 85 different countries.
  • FDU is recognized by U.S. News and World Report as having one of the Best Undergraduate Engineering and one of the Best Undergraduate Business programs in the U.S., and offers more than 100 majors and concentrations. Other popular programs include Animation and Film, Biology, Chemistry/Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Communications, Computer Science, Economics, International Relations and Psychology.
Fordham University
www.fordham.edu
  • Classified as a Research University (High Research Activity), based on the number of doctoral degrees awarded, research expenditures, and numbers of research staff. Fordham is one of 297 universities in the U.S. that is classified as a research university by Carnegie.
  • With its Jesuit traditions of academic excellence and the city of New York as its partner, Fordham offers students virtually unlimited opportunities for learning and personal growth.
  • Ranked #58 nationally by U.S. News & World Report.
Florida Institute of Technology
www.fit.edu
  • Offers more than 160 world-class Bachelor’s, Master’s and doctoral degree programs.
  • Every first year student gets at least one course in major and hands-on experience.
  • #1 national university in the U.S. for fostering international student experiences (U.S. News & World Report).
Flagler College
www.flagler.edu
  • One of the best 380 colleges (The Princeton Review)
  • Ranked among the best colleges for your money (Money  magazine)
  • #2 of the 25 most beautiful college campuses in the world (BuzzFeed.com)
Grand Valley State University
www.gvsu.edu
  • Grand Valley has 25,000 students, 200+ academic programs, 400 student organizations and professors that teach all of our courses.
  • 7,000+ students engage internships, co-op and experiential learning every year, including paid experiences in Engineering, Hospitality, Business, Computer Science, and Film and Video.
  • Grand Valley was named as one of the top regional universities in the U.S. by U.S. News in 2014 and as one of the most environmental friendly universities by The Princeton Review and the Sierra Club in 2014.
Goucher College www.goucher.edu
  • Innovative. Top 10 “Most Innovative School” (U.S. News & World Report).
  • Transformative. 96% of recent alumni employed or in graduate school.
  • Inclusive. Undergraduates from 45 states, 50 countries; Engaging. Goucher’s approach to learning: 3Rs-relationships, resilience, and reflection.
Hawai'i Pacific University www.hpu.edu
  • HPU, founded in 1965, is a private, not-for-profit university located in Honolulu, Hawai'i.
  • Over 50 undergraduate programs and 13 graduate programs in the areas of Business Administration, Communication, Liberal Arts and Sciences.
  • With tuition costs almost half the U.S. average, HPU is among the most affordable private universities in the nation.
Hillsborough Community College www.hccfl.edu/international
  • One of the premier community colleges in the nation. It is inexpensive, has on-campus housing, and has 2+2 pathway programs
  • A great place to start for our 300 international students who dream of earning a four-year Bachelor’s degree in the U.S.
  • #5 institution in the U.S. for awarding Associate's degrees
Hobart and William Smith Colleges
www.hws.edu
  • Placed among the country's best institutions for undergraduate education by The Princeton Review.
  • Ranked among the 100 best schools in the nation by Forbes.
  • Named #10 in the nation by SmartMoney magazine for private "Colleges That Help Grads Get Top Salaries".
Hofstra University
www.hofstra.edu
  • Hofstra offers over 160 graduate program options in Business, Computer Science, Health Professions, Communication, Education, and the Liberal Arts and Sciences.
  • The Zarb School’s graduate programs are also consistently ranked as a leading national business program by U.S. News & World Report, The Princeton Review, Bloomberg BusinessWeek , and Forbes. Zarb’s online MBA program was recently ranked #15 in the nation by The Princeton Review. School of Education ranked “Best Education School” by U.S. News & World Report.
  • Computer labs on campus include a Bloomberg trading room and a $1 million “Big Data” lab.
Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis www.iupui.edu
  • Amongst the top 15 “up and coming” American universities according to U.S. News and World Report.
  • IUPUI enrolls more than 30,000 students representing 122 countries, including 200 students from India.
  • 20 schools and academic units grant degrees in more than 200 programs from both Indiana University and Purdue University. Nationally ranked programs in Nursing, Public and Environmental Affairs, Law, and Health.
Iowa State University
www.iastate.edu
  • More than 29,000 students choose from over 100 majors, study with world-class scholars and hone their leadership skills in more than 800 student organizations.
  • For the ninth year in a row, U.S. News & World Report notes ISU learning communities among its “Programs to Look For”.
  • Top programs in Architecture, Marketing, Accounting and Chemistry, plus one of the ten largest Engineering programs in the U.S..
Indiana University, Bloomington www.ois.iu.edu
  • Founded in 1820, and one of only 34 public university members of the selective Association of American Universities.
  • #8 Best Undergraduate Business program (U.S. News & World Report and Bloomberg).
  • #15 U.S. university with the highest international student population (Open Doors, IIE).
John Carroll University www.sites.jcu.edu
  • John Carroll is a private, coeducational, Jesuit Catholic university providing programs of study in the liberal arts, sciences, and business.
  • JCU has been named one of the top 10 regional institutions for 24 consecutive years.
  • Our students learn from distinguished faculty who are experts in their respective fields. 95 percent of our 196 full-time teaching faculty members hold doctoral degrees or the terminal degree in their field; nine are Fulbright Fellows.
Jacksonville University
www.ju.edu
  • JU combines the advantages of a liberal arts college with the strengths of an urban comprehensive university.
  • Offers 7 bachelor's degree programs and 70+ majors, programs, and concentrations.
  • Connections with area businesses and civic organizations provide meaningful internships and educational opportunities outside of the classroom.
Kendall College www.kendall.edu
  • #1 Chicago program for preparing students for culinary arts careers by Chicago Michelin Guide Restaurants and #1 Chicago program for preparing students for hospitality management careers by Chicago's leading hotels.
  • Kendall College is part of Laureate International University's network of over 65 schools globally.
  • One in eight Kendall students and one in four Kendall hospitality program students are international. International focus is part of core curriculum mission, and the hospitality and culinary programs organize trips in the U.S. and abroad.
Kettering University www.kettering.edu
  • Ranks first for Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering (IME) and second for Mechanical Engineering in U.S. News & World Report’s “America's Best Colleges Guide”.
  • Ranked with 18 U.S. colleges for “Programs To Look For: Co-ops” by U.S. News & World Report for its 100% professional co-op in all degree programs.
  • Founded in 1919 and enrolls approximately 1,800 undergraduates and 300 graduate students in the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics and Business.
Kansas State University www.k-state.edu/oip/intladmit
  • Excellent academics, top research programs, and great quality of life makes Kansas State University the #3 ranked institution for best quality of life (2016 Princeton Review)
  • Top-ranked programs in Engineering, Architecture, Agriculture, Hospitality Management, and more!
  • Highest research activity rank (Carnegie Classifications of Institutions of Higher Education)
Loyola Marymount University
www.lmu.edu
  • Founded in 1911, LMU has celebrated 100 years of higher education with a focus on the education of the whole person and a commitment to social justice.
  • LMU's undergraduate entrepreneurship program is ranked #11 in the nation on BusinessWeek's list of Best College Business Programs.
  • LMU's undergraduate engineering program is ranked #25 in the nation by U.S. News & World Report, among schools whose highest degree is a Bachelor's or Master's.
Lipscomb University
www.lipscomb.edu
  • Lipscomb University's Biology Program was named #1 in the nation (as of September 2016) for Christian universities
  • Lipscomb offers all international students up to a 50% off discount tuition rate
  • Lipscomb University is a smaller private liberal arts University with small classroom sizes, 78 different majors, and over 145 areas of study to chose from
LIM College www.limcollege.edu
  • Fashion Industry Advisory Board helps the college stay abreast of new developments in the industry.
  • Numerous career fairs give students the opportunity to interview with 40+ companies for internship and employment opportunities.
  • On an average, 500 students take part in industry volunteer opportunities each semester.
Lycoming College
www.lycoming.edu
  • A four-year, nationally recognized, liberal arts and sciences college
  • Ranks among America’s best colleges (Forbes.com) and one of the top colleges in the Northeast (The Princeton Review)
  • All full-time, degree-seeking international students are eligible for merit-based scholarships up to $26,000
Longwood Universitywww.longwood.edu
  • Recognized as one of the "Best Southeastern Colleges" by The Princeton Review.
  • Longwood enrolls approximately 5,000 students and offers degrees in Business, Computer Science, Pre-Medical professions (for example, Biology and Chemistry), Criminal Justice, Education, and more.
  • Ranked for the 4th consecutive year as one of the best colleges in the U.S. by Forbes magazine.
Loyola University New Orleans
www.loyno.edu
  • Founded in 1912, a private, Jesuit, Catholic liberal arts institution located in historic uptown New Orleans
  • 60+ undergraduate academic majors spread across three colleges: College of Arts and Sciences, College of Business Administration, College of Music and Fine Arts
  • With 100+ on-campus organizations, students are active, engaged and continually making a difference both in New Orleans and beyond
Mount Mary University www.mtmary.edu
  • Four-year, accredited, non-profit Catholic private university for women, founded in 1913, and sponsored by the School Sisters of Notre Dame.
  • 1,475 total students, 920 undergraduates and 555 graduates.
  • Offers 30+ undergraduate majors and 9 graduate programs.
Monmouth College www.monmouthcollege.edu
  • A private, selective, residential college – Monmouth College offers majors in the Natural Sciences, Social Sciences, Arts and Humanities and a four-year program of study culminating in a Bachelor’s degree.
  • In 2014, Money magazine ranked Monmouth College 14th out of 665 “Best Colleges” in the "Most Affordable Private Colleges" category and 15th in the “Colleges that Add the Most Value” category due in part to Monmouth’s graduation rate and the earnings of graduates.
  • Monmouth College welcomes international students and provides exceptional support for them, including an international new-student orientation and a host-family program. At present, 24 countries are represented on our campus. International students represent 5% of our student community.
MCPHS University www.mcphs.edu
  • Our graduates populate leadership positions around the globe. They make a difference every day by improving human health, saving lives, and advancing scientific research. They are the face of 21st century health care professionals - experienced, skilled, and accomplished.
  • We are one of nine direct entry zero- to six-year PharmD programs in the U.S. .
  • Newly opened seven-year school of optometry (of only 22 in the U.S.).
Miami University www.muohio.edu
  • Miami offers an American Preparation and Cultures Program, an American Cultures and English Program, and International Living and Learning Communities as helpful resources for international students.
  • 1In the 2012 edition of “America's Best Colleges”, U.S. News & World Report ranks Miami third among the nation's top universities for its commitment to undergraduate teaching.
  • The Fiske Guide to Colleges 2012 includes Miami in its list of the nation's “best and most interesting institutions.” Recognized for strong programs in architecture, business, and music, Miami is described as “the honors public university in one of the nation’s largest states”.
Mississippi State University www.msstate.edu
  • MS State provides students with academic, leadership, and research opportunities to help each person excel.
  • MS State has joined just 16 other universities nationwide as holder of a green light rating from the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education.
  • Although a Carnegie One Research University, MS State is also listed by Forbes magazine among the nation's 100 Best Buy Colleges.
Millersville University www.millersville.edu
  • Millersville University offers all the advantages you would expect from a university: competitive programs, great facilities, a diverse student community and a variety of campus programming.
  • MU is rated as the #1 Public University in Pennsylvania for Lifetime Return on Investment.
  • The campus is safe, with a beautiful park-like environment while also being very close to major cities: Philadelphia, New York, Washington D.C., and Baltimore.
Michigan State University www.beaspartan.msu.edu
  • Ranked first for undergraduate supply chain program; ranked first graduate programs in elementary and secondary education, nuclear physics, industrial and organizational psychology.
  • One of only four public universities in the nation that rank in the top ten for both study abroad participation and international student enrollment.
  • MSU is one of the top research universities in the world - on one of the biggest, greenest campuses in the U.S. - and is home to a diverse community of dedicated students and scholars, athletes and artists, scientists and leaders from all over the world.
Middle Tennessee State University
www.mtsu.edu
  • A destination school and the top choice of undergraduates in Tennessee; #57 among the top 100 "Best Colleges and Universities in America" by Forbes (higher than any other in Tennessee).
  • Recording industry program "one of the nation's elite recording programs", according to Billboard magazine.
  • MTSU's Aerospace program is one of the nation's finest, with a fleet of more than 40 planes equipped with the latest technology, and one of only 36 in the country that offers the FAA Collegiate Training initiative for Air Controllers.
New York Film Academy www.nyfa.edu
  • The largest independent filmmaking and acting school in the world with multiple worldwide campuses and a 50% international student population.
  • NYFA has earned a reputation and built connections with top professionals in the film and entertainment industries.
  • Offers a hands-on intensive approach to curriculum: each student writes, directs, shoots, and edits his/her own short films, creates video games, or designs animated characters in hands-on workshops.
North Carolina State University www.ncsu.edu
  • With over 300 Bachelor's, Master's, and doctoral degree programs, NC State University creates a community of students with a wide variety of interests and goals.
  • Hunt Library is ranked in the top 10 in the world, and is anchored by “Bookbot”, a robot that retrieves your books for you.
  • Centennial Campus houses our very own research park that is home to 140 businesses and government agencies.
New York University Tandon School of Engineering engineering.nyu.edu
  • Part of the New York University system – the largest private, non-profit academic institution in the U.S. with a network of 18 schools, giving students unlimited global access to three portal campuses and 11 global academic centers.
  • Unmatched international educational environment with students from 60+ countries and 47,000+ alumni.
  • Flexible graduate programs allow you to take daytime and evening courses across various departments, programs, and NYU Schools.
Ohio University www.ohio.edu
  • Founded in 1804, Ohio University is one of the oldest universities in the U.S.A., offering 250+ study programs.
  • Ranked in top 2.2% of the world’s 22,000 degree-granting institutions for quality of education by the Center for World University Rankings.
  • Popular programs include Business, Engineering, Communications and Biological Sciences.
Orange Coast College www.orangecoastcollege.edu
  • Desirable location. 2-year Community College located in Orange County in Southern California minutes from Disneyland Resort and California’s most popular beaches.
  • Top transfer rates. #1 in Orange County and #3 overall in the number of transfers to the University of California (UC) and California State University (CSU).
  • Wide range of course offerings. Most popular including Business, Engineering, Architecture, Visual and Performing Arts, Culinary Arts, Film, Marine Science, and Travel/Tourism.
Old Dominion University www.odu.edu
  • “America’s Best Colleges” Tier II Carnegie Research Institution by U.S. News & World Report, and among “America’s Top Colleges” by Forbes.
  • Guaranteed placement in internships related to students' program of study.
  • ODU's career services center hosts multiple job fairs on campus, helping students to find full-time jobs, and provide resume/CV building and writing.
The Ohio State University www.osu.edu
  • The Ohio State University is a top ten research intensive university. Students can do research in all the fields, from accounting to zoology.
  • Our 58,000 students are able to choose from the more than 13,000 courses offered every year in more than 200 different majors.
  • Our nationally recognized First Year Experience program leads to student success and contributes to a 93% retention rate.
Portland State University
www.pdx.edu
  • Among the top ten “Up-and-Coming Universities” in the U.S.A.
  • Offers over 200 academic programs in Engineering, Architecture, Business, Arts & Sciences, Social Sciences, Health Studies and more.
  • Located in the heart of one of America's most vibrant centers of culture, business and technology, PSU’s urban campus serves as a laboratory for sustainable practices.
Pace University
www.pace.edu
  • Pace University is distinguished by its unique combination of stimulating academics and strong professional preparation through a variety of experience-based opportunities outside the classroom, so students are ready to launch successful careers upon graduation. Pace is ranked #5 in the U.S. for internship placement in the 2013 U.S. News Short List.
  • Pace offers over 100 undergraduate majors and over 60 post-graduate degree programs in Business, Computer Science and Information Systems, Liberal Arts & Sciences, Nursing, Education, and Law.
  • A private university, Pace enrolls approximately 12,800 students in bachelor's, master's, doctoral, and law programs on its campuses in New York City and nearby Westchester County, including over 1,400 international students from more than 10 countries.
Pacific University www.pacificu.edu/intl
  • U.S. News and World Report has ranked Pacific University as a "Tier 1" university in its region, and it is also ranked among the top 25 institutions with "Best Professors" by Forbes . Popular programs include Biology, Business Administration (including a three year Business Scholar Program track), Computer Science, Economics, Mathematics, Media Arts, Music, Psychology, Pre- Dental, Pre-Medicine and Pre-Pharmacy.
  • Pacific awards Merit Scholarships in ranging $10,500 - $22,000 per year, and talent scholarships ranging $500 - $6000 per year to international undergraduate students.
  • A student to faculty ratio of 10:1 ensures personalized education in a safe and caring environment on a beautiful campus.
Purdue University www.iss.purdue.edu
  • Top 25 in "Nation's Top Public Universities". 200 undergraduate majors including pharmacy, professional flight, hospitality and tourism management, agriculture, sciences, and liberal arts. Ranked #10 overall ranking in Engineering and #21 in Business by U.S. News & World Report.
  • Purdue enrolls the most degree-seeking international students and has the second largest overall international student population among public universities in the United States (IIE Open Doors Report).
  • A Wall Street Journal survey of corporate recruiters ranks Purdue University #4 nationally in preparing its students for the work force. Purdue offered 11,372 on-campus job interviews in 2011-12, compared to the U.S. average of 2,627.
Pepperdine University www.pepperdine.edu
  • Pepperdine is a private Christian university located in Malibu, California, overlooking the Pacific Ocean. It boasts rigorous academics and competitive admission as well as small classes and a 13:1 student to faculty ratio.
  • It is an independent, medium sized university, enrolling 7,300 students in five colleges and schools. According to U.S. News & World Report, it is nationally ranked at 57th, among the 4,400 U.S. universities and was listed among the best value for the education. Of noteworthiness, the Master's in Dispute Resolution is ranked #1 in the U.S..
  • Courses are taught at the main campus in Malibu as well as at six graduate campuses in southern California. Pepperdine also offers experiential learning and global engagement opportunities at its satellites campuses in Germany, England, Italy, China, Switzerland, Argentina and Washington DC. Undergraduate participation in international programs is among the highest in the nation at 60% to 70%.
Rochester Institute of Technology
www.rit.edu
  • Founded in 1829 and ranked in the top 4% of U.S. universities, RIT is world-renowned for innovative programs in Engineering, Computing/Information Science, Business, Health/Imaging Sciences, Creative/Visual Arts and Sustainability, and ranks #3 among private schools in the number of graduates in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math.
  • Global in outreach, RIT offers programs on campuses in New York (U.S.A.), Dubai (U.A.E.), Croatia and Kosovo. The main campus in New York includes students from over 100 countries, with India being the most represented international country.
  • RIT, one of the founders of the cooperative education experience, today maintains internationally recognized co-op and career placement opportunities with several thousand potential employers throughout the U.S. and around the world.
Rowan University
www.rowan.edu
  • Offers 100+ outstanding academic programs through 12 colleges and schools from the Bachelor’s through the Doctoral level
  • #20 northern regional university and #5 northern regional public university (U.S. News & World Report)
  • #22 College of Engineering nationally (U.S. News & World Report)
Stony Brook Universitywww.stonybrook.edu
  • Stony Brook is responsible for 1,900+ inventions and 550+ U.S. patents: it is one of only ten universities nationwide recognized by the National Science Foundation for combining research with undergraduate education.
  • In top 1% of the world's higher education institutions. (Times Higher Education World University Rankings)
  • Popular fields of study include Biology, Psychology, Business Management, Health Science, Computer Science, Biochemistry, Economics and Mechanical Engineering.
Santa Rosa Junior College www.santarosa.edu
  • Near San Francisco with the highest rate of acceptance to the University of California system of all large California community colleges.
  • Affordable tuition plus #1 in scholarship awards with over $1 million provided to continuing students and over $300,000 to SRJC transfer students.
  • 100+ majors, 50+ student clubs, including an International Student Club promoting cultural events and activities.
San Jose State University www.sjsu.edu
  • One of the 200 top universities in research spending in the U.S., SJSU offers rigorous course work and research opportunities to more than 30,000 undergraduate and graduate students in seven colleges.
  • SJSU is the #1 supplier of education, engineering, computer science and business graduates to Silicon Valley, the world's high tech capital.
  • First in the nation to open a joint city-and-university library. Since 2003, nearly 13 million people have visited the award-winning facility.
Savannah College of Art and Design www.scad.edu
  • SCAD is the most comprehensive art and design university in the world, offering more degree programs and specializations than any other art and design university.
  • Named among the world’s top animation schools and among the “Ivy League of Animation” by 3D World magazine.
  • Popular programs include Graphic Design, Animation, Fashion, Film and Television.
Southern Methodist University - Lyle School of Engineering www.lyle.smu.edu
  • With over a 75-year legacy of innovation, achievement and excellence, the Lyle School is a premier institute of higher learning for students seeking degrees in Engineering and technical disciplines. Faculty and students at Lyle carry out research in a wide range of areas of engineering and applied science funded by government agencies, foundations and private companies.
  • The Lyle School offers students over 25 Master’s and Ph.D. programs with some of the finest teaching and research facilities in the nation.
  • College Factual ranks SMU as #19 of 365 colleges for having the highest paid engineering students.
Susquehanna University www.susqu.edu
  • A selective, residential, national liberal arts college focused on an undergraduate education integrating the liberal arts and preparation for professions and careers
  • 60+ majors and minors to choose from that lead to Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science, and Bachelor of Music degrees
  • AACSB accreditation for Business majors
Southern New Hampshire University www.snhu.edu
  • Choose from 200+ undergraduate and graduate programs in business, communication, hospitality, game development, liberal arts, and much more.
  • SNHU has a campus population of 3,000 undergraduate and 1,400 graduate students, and over 50,000 online students.
  • Beautiful and safe 300-acre campus where we offer small classes, experiential learning, and a lot of personal attention.
Saint Louis University www.slu.edu
  • Jesuit tradition of educating the whole person: mind, body, heart and spirit. Jesuit schools are known for academic rigor, emphasis on leadership, and commitment to service.
  • SSt. Louis (home to 21 Fortune 1000 companies) was recently named the best city in the country for recent graduates, and 96% of students are happily placed after graduation.
  • Ranked in the top 100 universities in the nation and in the top 25 for geriatrics (#13), entrepreneurship (#17), international business (#20), supply chain management (#21) by U.S. News & World Report, Saint Louis University offers programs in the arts and sciences, business, engineering and aviation, health sciences, education and social work.
Southern Illinois University, Carbondale
www.gradschool.siu.edu
  • SIU is ranked by the Carnegie Foundation as a Research University (high research activity), among the top 4% of public U.S. institutions for research. SIU offers over 70 Master's and 30 doctoral programs, with faculty and students conducting research on every continent in the world, exemplifying SIU's goal for graduates to know no bounds.
  • The Online MBA Program at Southern Illinois University Carbondale has been objectively ranked as "Best Buy" by the national review team at GetEducated.com.
  • The St. Louis Business Journal ranks SIU among the top three research universities in Missouri and Southern Illinois, along with Washington University and the University of Missouri at Columbia.
Salve Regina University www.salve.edu
  • Campus community promotes and fosters individuality and acceptance while providing a transformative experience.
  • Rated as “Best in the Northeast” (The Princeton Review).
  • Historic, resort seaport location creates a living/learning lab for students.
St. John's University
www.stjohns.edu
  • Over 100 different majors and Bachelor’s, Master’s and Ph.D. degrees within these five schools: College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, St. John’s College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, The Peter J. Tobin College of Business, The School of Education, and The College of Professional studies.
  • Offers one of the most recognized Pharm D programs in the country.
  • Diverse student population with over 100 nationalities on campus.
State University of New York at Geneseo
www.geneseo.edu/iss
  • Consistently ranked #1 or #2 among public universities in the North for the last ten years (U.S. News & World Report).
  • AACSB accredited Business school-gold standard for Business schools – only 7% in the world hold this distinction.
Saint Peter's University www.saintpeters.edu
  • Saint Peter's University is one of twenty-eight Jesuit colleges and universities in the U.S. and the only one in New Jersey.
  • The diverse undergraduate and graduate student body originates from 29 states and from more than 36 countries around the world.
  • Saint Peter's University offers over 60 undergraduate, adult undergraduate and graduate programs, each offering a wide range of concentrations.
State University of New York College at Plattsburgh
www.plattsburgh.edu
  • SUNY Plattsburgh is a four-year public college offering over 60 degree programs giving students the intellectual foundations for success in professional careers.
  • Plattsburgh is a small city located in northern New York, one hour away from cosmopolitan Montreal and the Adirondack Mountains, and within a few hours of New York City, Boston and Ottawa.
  • Our global community embraces students from over 60 countries, and we also offer Study Abroad, National Student Exchange and other cultural enrichment programs.
St. Ambrose University www.sau.edu
  • Founded in 1882, St. Ambrose University is a coeducational, liberal arts university affiliated with the Diocese of Davenport, easily accessed by Chicago airports.
  • Industrial Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Business, Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics and Computer Science are just a few of the more than 70 Bachelor's degree programs available. And St. Ambrose awards scholarships worth up to $12,000 per year to qualified incoming first-year students.
  • We provide a comfortable, supportive living environment. And we make student safety a top priority with a campus escort system, emergency notification system, safety phones, and personal safety classes.
San Diego State University www.sdsu.edu
  • For more than a century, San Diego State University has been preparing students from across the globe to succeed in their chosen fields by offering more than 90 undergraduate degrees, in a number of nationally ranked programs that include Engineering, International Business, Bioscience, Computer Science, Journalism, Psychology and Hospitality & Tourism Management.
  • San Diego State University is ranked among the top 60 national public universities in the U.S., offering more than 90 undergraduate degrees.
  • SDSU offers a number of programs to support international students on campus, including the International Student Center, the International Student Association, Tutor-Mentor Programs and the Sanskriti Indian Student Association.
Stonehill College www.stonehill.edu/admission
  • A selective, undergraduate Catholic college of 2,500 students with a welcoming community on a beautiful campus
  • Very strong Business program (AACSB accredited) in an undergraduate liberal arts college
  • "Green" college and one of the nation's best colleges (The Princeton Review)
Temple University www.temple.edu
  • Temple offers over 140 academic programs of which many are top ranked: Business (Top 50), Medicine (Top 100 Primary Care), Law (Top 50), and Visual/Performing Arts (Top 15) (U.S. News & World Report)
  • Excellent visual and performing arts facilities on Temple’s urban campus and in the city of Philadelphia, and in nearby New York and Washington, D.C.
  • Comprehensive support for international students from orientation until graduation including a Writing Center, Conversation Partners, an Academic Resource Center, on-campus internships, activities to acclimate students to American life, an active International Student Association, on-call staff for emergencies, and more
The University of Tulsa www.utulsa.edu
  • A top 100 National University, Tulsa possesses some of the elements of a large research university while maintaining an average class size of only 20 and a student to faculty ratio of 11:1.
  • With 25% international students enrolled, TU is home to a diverse population.
  • A Top 50 Best Value Private University. (Kiplinger’ 2015)
University of Kansaswww.ku.edu
  • A major public research and teaching institution of 28,000 students and 2,600 faculty on five campuses.
  • A member of the prestigious Association of American Universities since 1909, KU consistently earns high rankings for its academic programs.
  • #1 for Special Education and City Management/Urban Policy programs.
University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire www.uwec.edu
  • As one of the Midwest’s top public universities, UW-Eau Claire provides students with small classes led by talented professors, cutting-edge programs, and endless opportunities to get involved.
  • The university provides a safe and friendly campus community and beautiful surroundings - from rivers and bike trails to shopping and entertainment.
  • UW-Eau Claire makes a substantial, positive economic contribution to the Chippewa Valley, ranking as one of the largest employers in the region with about 1,300 employees and bringing hundreds of millions of dollars into the region's economy.
University of Oklahoma www.ou.edu
  • One of the best public universities in the U.S. in terms of academic excellence and overall value as per The Princeton Review , and has achieved the Carnegie Foundation’s highest tier of research activity classification.
  • Programs in Petroleum Engineering and in Entrepreneurship are consistently rated among top 5 in the country, and Petroleum Engineering has a 100% job placement rate.
  • OU is home to the National Weather Center, where all severe weather forecasts within the U.S. originate, and is the #1 School of Meteorology in the nation for severe storm research.
University of Arizona www.arizona.edu
  • Ranked first in funding for the Physical Sciences, and with the number one program for Observational, Theoretical and Space Astronomy by the National Science Foundation.
  • Ranked best program for Management Information Systems, ranked second best program for Entrepreneurship for public universities.
  • Frontline of research: built elements of the Mars Lander and lead the mission, Biosphere 2 to study environmental effects, and other medical research development.
University of California, Santa Barbara
www.ucsb.edu
  • UC Santa Barbara ranks among higher-education leaders in North America as one of only 61 research-intensive institutions elected to membership in the prestigious Association of American Universities.
  • Ranked #10 among all public universities by U.S. News & World Report.
  • In addition to five Nobel Prize winners, UCSB's faculty includes many elected members or fellows of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, the National Academy of Sciences, the National Academy of Engineering, and the American Association for the Advancement of Science.
University of Colorado Boulder
www.colorado.edu
  • Colorado’s flagship university and one of only 34 U.S. public institutions belonging to the prestigious Association of American Universities (AAU), located in the “Smartest City in America”, according to Forbes.
  • Ranked #33 in the world in academic and research performance by Shanghai Jiotong University Academic Rankings of World Universities, and #17 in engineering and #23 in business among U.S. public universities by U.S. News & World Report.
  • Home to 90+ research centers, institutes and labs, with nearby offices for companies like Google and Microsoft. Graduates actively recruited by major companies, including Apple, Lockheed Martin, PricewaterhouseCoopers (PWC), Facebook and Shell.
University of New Mexico www.unm.edu
  • Founded in 1889, UNM is celebrating 125 years.
  • UNM has over 215 degree programs that range from associate through doctorate in 12 Colleges and Schools and is a top-level research university (Carnegie I with “Very High Activity”) with great access to labs, libraries, and faculty.
  • The UNM General Libraries are among the top 50 in the Association of Research Libraries (ARL), ranked 47 out of 120 ARL members in the U.S. and Canada.
University of Northern Iowa www.uni.edu
  • Ranked #3 among Midwest regional public universities by U.S. News and World Report.
  • Annual international student enrollment of 480 students from 60 different countries.
  • Academic programs include Electrical Engineering, Computer Science, Business, Accounting, Biology, Biotechnology, Biochemistry, Psychology, Natural Sciences.
University of Tampa www.ut.edu
  • Established in 1933, UT is included in Forbes' annual list of America's Best Colleges.
  • The Princeton Review named UT's Sykes College of Business as an outstanding business school, and the MBA Marketing program as one of the top 15 in the country.
  • Offers over 140 areas of study (undergraduate and graduate) to its more than 6,700 students.
University of California, San Diego www.ucsd.edu
  • A unique, six-college residential system provides a smaller, supportive environment within the large research university.
  • UC San Diego has ranked #1 in the nation for six consecutive years, based on research, civic engagement and social mobility.
  • Popular programs are Biological Science, Electrical Engineering, Computer Science, Economics, Political Science, and Psychology.
University of Minnesota – Twin Cities www.passport.umn.edu
  • The University of Minnesota has over 6,000 international students from 142 countries studying at every level.
  • Ranked 9th among major U.S. research institutions and 26th in the world by Newsweek magazine, as well as named "Best Value in Public College" by The Princeton Review.
  • Located in the Twin Cities, which is home to 18 Fortune 500 companies.
University of Michigan – Flint
www.umflint.edu
  • Engaged learning at UM-Flint is about the value of specific experiences that force students to perform their best, to cope with realities in real time, and to employ all their knowledge, passion, creativity, and collaborative talent to get things done.
  • School of Management named among the “Best Business Schools 2013”. (The Princeton Review)
  • Offers the only Physical Therapy Ph.D. Program in the state of Michigan.
University of Alabama at Birmingham
www.uab.edu
  • UAB has thrived on boldness and innovation to continue pushing the frontiers in science, health professions, engineering, business, education, the arts and the humanities - and has garnered national and international respect.
  • Among 11 universities nationally (and only Alabama university) to earn the prestigious Beckman Scholars Award, which provides scholarship funds to universities demonstrating exceptional mentoring and training of undergraduate researchers.
  • Among 51 public and private universities (and only Alabama university) classified by The Carnegie Foundation for both “very high research activity” and "community engagement".
University of California, Irvine, International Undergraduate Preparation Program (IUPP) unex.uci.edu/international
  • Qualified students engage in nine months of undergraduate coursework, which is transferable to undergraduate programs at UCI, ranked #13 in U.S. public universities.
  • Extensive one-on-one advising with a qualified academic counselor, including application assistance to UCI (98% admission rate for fall 2011), an Academic and American Culture orientation course, and “English As A Second Language” support if needed.
  • SAT and TOEFL extensive preparation courses.
University of California, Irvine
www.uci.edu
  • UCI ranks among the top U.S. universities in the number of undergraduate applications and continues to admit freshmen with highly competitive academic profiles.
  • Consistently ranked among the nation's best universities, UCI excels in a broad range of fields, garnering national recognition for many schools, departments and programs.
  • Three UCI researchers have won Nobel Prizes - two in chemistry and one in physics.
University of Houston
www.uh.edu
  • Tier one research university, ranks in the top 50 in the country
  • Each year, we educate 40,750+ students in 300+ undergraduate and graduate academic programs, on campus and online
  • #2 most ethnically diverse major research university in the U.S. Students come here from more than 137 nations and from across the world
University of California, Santa Cruz
www.ucsc.edu
  • UC Santa Cruz was recently ranked second in the world in research influence by Times Higher Education World University Rankings.
  • UCSC benefits from its beautiful location on the Monterey Bay, next to Silicon Valley, a worldwide center of innovation.
  • UCSC's world-renowned faculty are dedicated to student success, and the campus is known for its opportunities for internships and undergraduate research.
University of Denver, School of Engineering & Computer Science
www.du.edu/secs
  • Small private research institution with more graduate students than undergraduate on campus, offering many opportunities for all students interested in a close-knit community with personal attention.
  • The Computer Science department focuses on Security and Privacy, Cyber Security, Networking, while most of our Mechanical department specializes in Bioengineering Research.
  • DU has the only Mechatronics Engineering Systems offering ABET accredited BS/MS/PhD degrees in the U.S., and the only Game Development BA/BS degrees in the region.
University of Kentucky www.uky.edu
  • Among public universities, UK's research library system houses the largest materials endowment in the United States.
  • Over 125 undergraduate majors, 83 Master's programs and 62 doctoral programs.
  • Located in Lexington (Kentucky), which has been ranked amongst the nation's five safest cities.
  • Among the top 8% of national universities, according to U.S. News and World Report.
  • One of Forbes magazine's 100 best research universities and one of Kiplinger's 100 best values in public colleges.
  • #13 on Sierra magazine's annual list of environmentally friendly "cool schools".
University of Toledo www.utoledo.edu
  • Top-notch Engineering co-op program: we are one of only 8 schools nationwide that require a co-op, with student placements in 40 states and 34 countries and top 20 Graduate Engineering Program by The Princeton Review.
  • College of Business and Innovation is included in “Top Undergraduate Business Schools” for 2013, and #50 for return in tuition investment, BusinessWeek.
  • We are one of only 18 Universities in the U.S. with a Medical, Law, Graduate, Pharmacy, Nursing, Engineering, Business, Arts and Education College.
University of Denver www.du.edu
  • DU, a mid-sized, comprehensive university, is the oldest independent university in the Rocky Mountain region.
  • Attracts students from all the 50 U.S. states and over 85 countries.
  • Every undergraduate has the opportunity to study abroad at no additional cost.
University of San Francisco www.usfca.edu
  • Our 21st century mission to fashion a more humane and just world is rooted in Jesuit values, comes alive in our diverse learning community and is broadened by our global orientation.
  • Has a strong commitment to social justice and forming future leaders.
  • The city of San Francisco serves as an extended classroom for all disciplines, with opportunities for research and internships extending into the greater Bay Area.
University of Missouri www.missouri.edu
  • Established in 1839, the University of Missouri is a Tier I research institution with 300+ degree programs, and 750+ student clubs and organizations.
  • MU welcomes 35,000+ students from every state in the U.S. and 120+ countries around the world.
  • One of only 34 public U.S. universities to hold membership in the prestigious Association of American Universities.
University at Buffalo, SUNY www.buffalo.edu
  • UB is a premier, research-intensive public university dedicated to academic excellence. A flagship institution in the State University of New York system, UB is the largest and most comprehensive campus in the 64-campus SUNY system. It is a member of the Association of American Universities.
  • UB spends over $349.4 million annually on research, seeking knowledge leading to new cures, improved processes, stronger materials, faster computers, smarter software, smaller machines, and thousands more improvements.
  • Faculty inventors at UB have contributed to the inventions of implantable battery-operated cardiac pacemakers, photodynamic cancer therapy, pattern recognition software, teleradiology 3-D viewer and data transmission system, and many more.
University of California, Riverside
www.ucr.edu
  • Ranked #5 in the nation by Washington Monthly for contributing to the public good.
  • Among the top tier of universities nationwide, by U.S. News & World Report.
  • Widely recognized as one of the most ethnically diverse research universities in the nation, with enrollments over 20,000 students.
University of Pennsylvania Graduate School of Education
www.gse.upenn.edu
  • Currently ranked #6 in the nation, we are a home for world-class faculty and diverse students from across the globe
  • In addition to offering 30+ degree programs and 4 degree options, we offer students the opportunity to work with over 30 in-house research centers/initiatives
  • 27% of students are international, coming from 27 different countries
University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point
www.uwsp.edu
  • Offers 120+ undergraduate programs in 48 majors and 78 minors
  • Only Wisconsin school named to the Green College Honor Roll (The Princeton Review)
  • Graduates from UW-Stevens Point completed more research doctorates in the last 10 years than any of the other UW regional universities, especially in STEM fields (National Science Foundation)
University of Cincinnati www.uc.edu
  • Each year, this public research university graduates 5,000 students, adding to more than 200,000 living alumni around the world.
  • UC is the largest employer in the Cincinnati region, with an economic impact of more than $3 billion.
  • UC has an active Indian Students Association.
University of Hartford www.hartford.edu
  • The University of Hartford provides a robust, distinctive educational experience for its more than 5,000 undergraduate and 1,600 graduate students.
  • Distinguished faculty provide rigorous instruction as well as research, performance, and internship opportunities in more than 100 degree programs in the arts, humanities, business, engineering and technology, education, and health professions.
  • Hartford comprises students from 48 states and 63 countries.
University of Minnesota Duluth
www.d.umn.edu
  • UMD consistently ranks among the top Midwestern, regional universities in U.S. News and World Report's "America's Best Colleges" issue.
  • With more than 50 buildings on 244 acres overlooking Lake Superior, the campus is fully interconnected by a concourse and skyway system. Students benefit from quick, year-round access to academic, social and extracurricular facilities.
  • UMD students can choose from 13 undergraduate Bachelor degrees in 74 majors, each offering robust, nationally-recognized research experiences that prepare students for success beyond the classroom. Masters and Doctoral degrees are also available in 30 different fields.
University of South Carolina www.sc.edu
  • Choice of over 324 academic degree programs from 14 degree-granting colleges and schools.
  • Listed by the Carnegie Foundation to be within the highest tier of research institutions in the U.S..
  • USC students have been awarded more than $13.9 million for scholarships and fellowships since 1994.
University of Washington www.washington.edu
  • Ranked #16 worldwide by Academic Ranking of World Universities with Computer Science & Engineering widely regarded as among the top ten programs in the nation.
  • As a Carnegie Research I University, the UW receives more federal research money than any other American public university.
  • UW has over 42,000 students and a 643-acre campus in Seattle, which is home to Microsoft, Boeing, Amazon.com, Starbucks, and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
University of Iowa www.uiowa.edu
  • The University of Iowa is a comprehensive public university, ranked 34th best among the 629 public universities in the United States (top 6%), proving its commitment to teaching, access to Tier 1 level research, and faculty and student service.
  • The Fiske Guide, which measures the quality of education received for the price paid, has ranked the University of Iowa a “Best Buy” 11 years in a row, proving it to be a cost-conscious combination of academics and affordability.
  • Over 200 areas of study are offered through our Colleges of Liberal Arts, Business, Engineering, Education, Nursing, Medicine, Dentistry, Law, Public Health, and Pharmacy.
The University of Vermont www.uvm.edu
  • Students engage in internships, service learning, field experience, and faculty mentored research on campus, in the greater Burlington community, and beyond.
  • Distinguished programs in Business, Engineering, the Environment, Health and Life Sciences.
  • UVM offers a safe campus with over 170 clubs and organizations, low crime rate, excellent public transportation and free buses for students.
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Valparaiso University www.valpo.edu
  • Top programs in the STEM and Business fields, offering a variety of degrees with top levels of accreditation.
  • Top 5% of Business schools in the world (AACSB Accreditation).
  • Student body includes more than 4,500 students, 700 of whom are international students from 50 countries.
Western Kentucky University www.wku.edu
  • Accredited by the National Safety Council as a safe community – one of only four universities in the U.S. to have received this honor.
  • WKU is alma mater to over 20 Pulitzer Prize winners.
  • The university’s popular programs include Journalism and Broadcasting, Engineering, Business, Computer Science, and Communications.
Washington & Jefferson College www.washjeff.edu
  • A private college of liberal arts and sciences with 1,400 undergraduate students, 35 minutes from the city of Pittsburgh and Pittsburgh International Airport
  • Top 100 best value liberal arts colleges (Kiplinger's Personal Finance)
  • Top 300 best and most interesting colleges in the country (Fiske Guide to Colleges)
Willamette University www.willamette.edu
  • Top Business School by Forbes magazine and Businessweek
  • No work experience required: students focus on experiential learning, working on real projects with real clients to develop practical skills and experience.
  • Dual accreditation for Business Management and Public/Not-for-Profit Management (one of only two programs in the world with this dual accreditation).
Worcester Polytechnic Institutewww.wpi.edu
  • Founded in 1865, Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) is a highly selective, independent, technological university, offering Bachelor’s, Master’s and doctoral degrees in the Natural Sciences, Engineering, Computer Science, Data Science, Mathematical Sciences and Business Management.
  • WPI’s outstanding faculty and facilities support a challenging curriculum that emphasizes professional-level project work aimed at solving real world problems.
  • WPI offers a collaborative learning environment with a focus in interdisciplinary research leading to innovations in Health and Biotechnology; Robotics and Cyberphysical Systems; Materials, Manufacturing, and Mobility; Cyber, Data and Security Science and Engineering; Learning Sciences and Serious Games.
Augustana College www.augustana.edu
  • Augustana's focus on creating a well-rounded experience for students has generated an environment of learning that goes beyond the classroom.
  • The Augustana community offers students opportunities to be more than scholars, through hundreds of student interest groups and activities, tools and resources to discover their paths in life, and outstanding NCAA Division III athletic programs.
  • Augustana ranks 6th among all colleges and universities for total number of Academic All-Americans.
Academy of Art University www.academyart.edu
  • Together students, faculty and staff create a vibrant community within the art school, enriched by the progressive urban culture of San Francisco and more than 80 years of inspiration.
  • Today the university has more than 18,000 students, making it the largest private school of art and design in the country.
  • The Academy is one of the best-equipped art and design schools in the nation, and is consistently one of the best values in private education in the nation with 40% lower tuition rates than other major private art and design schools.
Berkeley College www.berkeleycollege.edu
  • More than 8,000 students study at locations in New York and New Jersey, plus Berkeley College Online®. Of those, more than 900 are international students representing nearly 100 countries.
  • Combining intense classroom instruction with practical hands-on learning, degree programs are carefully developed and regularly updated to ensure marketplace relevancy.
  • All degree programs require faculty-monitored internships or job-related assignments as part of the curriculum, allowing students to apply what they've learned in real-world situations and giving them valuable experience for beginning a career.
Ball State University
cms.bsu.edu/admissions/international
  • A selective, residential, state-assisted research university offering 190 Bachelor’s and 140 graduate programs
  • Ball State University has about 21,000 students, including 800 international students
  • One of the best universities in the Midwest (The Princeton Review)
Capitol Technology University www.captechu.edu
  • Situated just outside of Washington, DC, it is the only independent college in Maryland dedicated to Engineering, Computer Science, and Information Technology
  • Partners with NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, America’s leading organization in space flight research and exploration
  • Small size with 12:1 student to faculty ratio
California State Polytechnic University, Pomona
www.cpp.edu
  • The cornerstone of Cal Poly Pomona’s strong academic tradition is the “learn-by-doing” philosophy that blends the best of a research university with a liberal arts education to prepare students to be skilled workers, integrative problem solvers and well-balanced leaders.
  • Striking a balance between urban excitement and rural charm, Cal Poly Pomona is located in the beautiful suburbs of Los Angeles, just 45 minutes to the beaches, mountains, deserts, Hollywood and Disneyland.
  • Ranks 6th in the western U.S. for public universities. (U.S. News & World Report)
Columbia College Chicago
www.colum.edu
  • Columbia College Chicago is an international leader and recognized pioneer in arts and media education.
  • 120+ years of deep experience, teaching creative students to develop authentic voices and meaningful skills.
  • Columbia graduates are fully prepared to launch sustainable careers in the visual, performing, media and communication arts.
DePauw University www.depauw.edu
  • Focus on experiential learning: 95% of students gain off-campus study experience. Of those, nearly two-thirds have at least one internship, 60% study abroad, and 30% engage in research with faculty members.
  • Being an undergraduate-only institution, students have the full attention of expert faculty.
  • Ranked eighth best Liberal Arts College by Standard & Poor as a source of top business executives.
Susquehanna University www.susqu.edu
  • A selective, residential, national liberal arts college focused on an undergraduate education integrating the liberal arts and preparation for professions and careers
  • 60+ majors and minors to choose from that lead to Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science, and Bachelor of Music degrees
  • AACSB accreditation for Business majors
Temple University www.temple.edu
  • Temple offers over 140 academic programs of which many are top ranked: Business (Top 50), Medicine (Top 100 Primary Care), Law (Top 50), and Visual/Performing Arts (Top 15) (U.S. News & World Report)
  • Excellent visual and performing arts facilities on Temple’s urban campus and in the city of Philadelphia, and in nearby New York and Washington, D.C.
  • Comprehensive support for international students from orientation until graduation including a Writing Center, Conversation Partners, an Academic Resource Center, on-campus internships, activities to acclimate students to American life, an active International Student Association, on-call staff for emergencies, and more
Lycoming College
www.lycoming.edu
  • A four-year, nationally recognized, liberal arts and sciences college
  • Ranks among America’s best colleges (Forbes.com) and one of the top colleges in the Northeast (The Princeton Review)
  • All full-time, degree-seeking international students are eligible for merit-based scholarships up to $26,000
Fairleigh Dickinson University
www.fdu.edu
  • FDU is the largest private university in New Jersey, located ten kilometers from New York City, and is the first comprehensive university in the world to be granted special consultative status by the UN's Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC).
  • Ranked #14 in international student enrollment among masters level institutions by the IIE publication Open Doors , FDU has more than 1,200 international students from 85 different countries.
  • FDU is recognized by U.S. News and World Report as having one of the Best Undergraduate Engineering and one of the Best Undergraduate Business programs in the U.S., and offers more than 100 majors and concentrations. Other popular programs include Animation and Film, Biology, Chemistry/Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Communications, Computer Science, Economics, International Relations and Psychology.
Hawai'i Pacific University www.hpu.edu
  • HPU, founded in 1965, is a private, not-for-profit university located in Honolulu, Hawai'i.
  • Over 50 undergraduate programs and 13 graduate programs in the areas of Business Administration, Communication, Liberal Arts and Sciences.
  • With tuition costs almost half the U.S. average, HPU is among the most affordable private universities in the nation.
Kansas State University www.k-state.edu/oip/intladmit
  • Excellent academics, top research programs, and great quality of life makes Kansas State University the #3 ranked institution for best quality of life (2016 Princeton Review)
  • Top-ranked programs in Engineering, Architecture, Agriculture, Hospitality Management, and more!
  • Highest research activity rank (Carnegie Classifications of Institutions of Higher Education)
Grand Valley State University
www.gvsu.edu
  • Grand Valley has 25,000 students, 200+ academic programs, 400 student organizations and professors that teach all of our courses.
  • 7,000+ students engage internships, co-op and experiential learning every year, including paid experiences in Engineering, Hospitality, Business, Computer Science, and Film and Video.
  • Grand Valley was named as one of the top regional universities in the U.S. by U.S. News in 2014 and as one of the most environmental friendly universities by The Princeton Review and the Sierra Club in 2014.
Portland State University
www.pdx.edu
  • Among the top ten “Up-and-Coming Universities” in the U.S.A.
  • Offers over 200 academic programs in Engineering, Architecture, Business, Arts & Sciences, Social Sciences, Health Studies and more.
  • Located in the heart of one of America's most vibrant centers of culture, business and technology, PSU’s urban campus serves as a laboratory for sustainable practices.
Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis www.iupui.edu
  • Amongst the top 15 “up and coming” American universities according to U.S. News and World Report.
  • IUPUI enrolls more than 30,000 students representing 122 countries, including 200 students from India.
  • 20 schools and academic units grant degrees in more than 200 programs from both Indiana University and Purdue University. Nationally ranked programs in Nursing, Public and Environmental Affairs, Law, and Health.
John Carroll University www.sites.jcu.edu
  • John Carroll is a private, coeducational, Jesuit Catholic university providing programs of study in the liberal arts, sciences, and business.
  • JCU has been named one of the top 10 regional institutions for 24 consecutive years.
  • Our students learn from distinguished faculty who are experts in their respective fields. 95 percent of our 196 full-time teaching faculty members hold doctoral degrees or the terminal degree in their field; nine are Fulbright Fellows.
Kendall College www.kendall.edu
  • #1 Chicago program for preparing students for culinary arts careers by Chicago Michelin Guide Restaurants and #1 Chicago program for preparing students for hospitality management careers by Chicago's leading hotels.
  • Kendall College is part of Laureate International University's network of over 65 schools globally.
  • One in eight Kendall students and one in four Kendall hospitality program students are international. International focus is part of core curriculum mission, and the hospitality and culinary programs organize trips in the U.S. and abroad.
The Ohio State University www.osu.edu
  • The Ohio State University is a top ten research intensive university. Students can do research in all the fields, from accounting to zoology.
  • Our 58,000 students are able to choose from the more than 13,000 courses offered every year in more than 200 different majors.
  • Our nationally recognized First Year Experience program leads to student success and contributes to a 93% retention rate.
New York Film Academy www.nyfa.edu
  • The largest independent filmmaking and acting school in the world with multiple worldwide campuses and a 50% international student population.
  • NYFA has earned a reputation and built connections with top professionals in the film and entertainment industries.
  • Offers a hands-on intensive approach to curriculum: each student writes, directs, shoots, and edits his/her own short films, creates video games, or designs animated characters in hands-on workshops.
Loyola Marymount University
www.lmu.edu
  • Founded in 1911, LMU has celebrated 100 years of higher education with a focus on the education of the whole person and a commitment to social justice.
  • LMU's undergraduate entrepreneurship program is ranked #11 in the nation on BusinessWeek's list of Best College Business Programs.
  • LMU's undergraduate engineering program is ranked #25 in the nation by U.S. News & World Report, among schools whose highest degree is a Bachelor's or Master's.
MCPHS University www.mcphs.edu
  • Our graduates populate leadership positions around the globe. They make a difference every day by improving human health, saving lives, and advancing scientific research. They are the face of 21st century health care professionals - experienced, skilled, and accomplished.
  • We are one of nine direct entry zero- to six-year PharmD programs in the U.S..
  • Newly opened seven-year school of optometry (of only 22 in the U.S.).
Middle Tennessee State University
www.mtsu.edu
  • A destination school and the top choice of undergraduates in Tennessee; #57 among the top 100 "Best Colleges and Universities in America" by Forbes (higher than any other in Tennessee).
  • Recording industry program "one of the nation's elite recording programs", according to Billboard magazine.
  • MTSU's Aerospace program is one of the nation's finest, with a fleet of more than 40 planes equipped with the latest technology, and one of only 36 in the country that offers the FAA Collegiate Training initiative for Air Controllers.
Ohio University www.ohio.edu
  • Founded in 1804, Ohio University is one of the oldest universities in the U.S.A., offering 250+ study programs.
  • Ranked in top 2.2% of the world’s 22,000 degree-granting institutions for quality of education by the Center for World University Rankings.
  • Popular programs include Business, Engineering, Communications and Biological Sciences.
Pace University
www.pace.edu
  • Pace University is distinguished by its unique combination of stimulating academics and strong professional preparation through a variety of experience-based opportunities outside the classroom, so students are ready to launch successful careers upon graduation. Pace is ranked #5 in the U.S. for internship placement in the 2013 U.S. News Short List.
  • Pace offers over 100 undergraduate majors and over 60 post-graduate degree programs in Business, Computer Science and Information Systems, Liberal Arts & Sciences, Nursing, Education, and Law.
  • A private university, Pace enrolls approximately 12,800 students in bachelor's, master's, doctoral, and law programs on its campuses in New York City and nearby Westchester County, including over 1,400 international students from more than 10 countries.
Stony Brook Universitywww.stonybrook.edu
  • Stony Brook is responsible for 1,900+ inventions and 550+ U.S. patents: it is one of only ten universities nationwide recognized by the National Science Foundation for combining research with undergraduate education.
  • In top 1% of the world's higher education institutions. (Times Higher Education World University Rankings)
  • Popular fields of study include Biology, Psychology, Business Management, Health Science, Computer Science, Biochemistry, Economics and Mechanical Engineering.
University of California, Irvine
www.uci.edu
  • UCI ranks among the top U.S. universities in the number of undergraduate applications and continues to admit freshmen with highly competitive academic profiles.
  • Consistently ranked among the nation's best universities, UCI excels in a broad range of fields, garnering national recognition for many schools, departments and programs.
  • Three UCI researchers have won Nobel Prizes - two in chemistry and one in physics.
University of California, Santa Barbara
www.ucsb.edu
  • UC Santa Barbara ranks among higher-education leaders in North America as one of only 61 research-intensive institutions elected to membership in the prestigious Association of American Universities.
  • Ranked #10 among all public universities by U.S. News & World Report.
  • In addition to five Nobel Prize winners, UCSB's faculty includes many elected members or fellows of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, the National Academy of Sciences, the National Academy of Engineering, and the American Association for the Advancement of Science.
University of Colorado Boulder
www.colorado.edu
  • Colorado’s flagship university and one of only 34 U.S. public institutions belonging to the prestigious Association of American Universities (AAU), located in the “Smartest City in America”, according to Forbes.
  • Ranked #33 in the world in academic and research performance by Shanghai Jiotong University Academic Rankings of World Universities, and #17 in engineering and #23 in business among U.S. public universities by U.S. News & World Report.
  • Home to 90+ research centers, institutes and labs, with nearby offices for companies like Google and Microsoft. Graduates actively recruited by major companies, including Apple, Lockheed Martin, PricewaterhouseCoopers (PWC), Facebook and Shell.
University of New Mexico www.unm.edu
  • Founded in 1889, UNM is celebrating 125 years.
  • UNM has over 215 degree programs that range from associate through doctorate in 12 Colleges and Schools and is a top-level research university (Carnegie I with “Very High Activity”) with great access to labs, libraries, and faculty.
  • The UNM General Libraries are among the top 50 in the Association of Research Libraries (ARL), ranked 47 out of 120 ARL members in the U.S. and Canada.
University of Tampa www.ut.edu
  • Established in 1933, UT is included in Forbes' annual list of America's Best Colleges.
  • The Princeton Review named UT's Sykes College of Business as an outstanding business school, and the MBA Marketing program as one of the top 15 in the country.
  • Offers over 140 areas of study (undergraduate and graduate) to its more than 6,700 students.
University of Northern Iowa www.uni.edu
  • Ranked #3 among Midwest regional public universities by U.S. News and World Report.
  • Annual international student enrollment of 480 students from 60 different countries.
  • Academic programs include Electrical Engineering, Computer Science, Business, Accounting, Biology, Biotechnology, Biochemistry, Psychology, Natural Sciences.
The University of Tulsa www.utulsa.edu
  • A top 100 National University, Tulsa possesses some of the elements of a large research university while maintaining an average class size of only 20 and a student to faculty ratio of 11:1.
  • With 25% international students enrolled, TU is home to a diverse population.
  • A Top 50 Best Value Private University. (Kiplinger’ 2015)
Alfred State SUNY College of Technology www.alfredstate.edu
  • Alfred State College is considered a college of technology, specializing in the STEM (science, technology, engineering, & mathematics) fields.
  • There are three areas of focus: civic engagement, project-based learning, and environmental sustainability.
  • Top 50 (# 19) public schools in the north (U.S. News & World Report).
Bowling Green State University www.bgsu.edu
  • Ranked among the top 10% public and private institutions by U.S. News & World Report.
  • Offers over 200 undergraduate and 71 graduate programs.
  • Scholarships available for freshman and transfer students.
DePaul University www.depaul.edu
  • With over 25,000 students, DePaul is the largest Catholic University and 12th largest private university in the U.S.
  • DePaul offers over 300 undergraduate and graduate majors in nine schools and colleges.
  • Diverse international population on campus, representing around 100 countries.
Elon University www.elon.edu
  • Elon University is a mid-sized liberal arts university offering over 60 majors within the School of Business, School of Communications, School of Education, and the College of Arts and Sciences.
  • Elon offers an enriching, inclusive community where students become engaged learners, inspired leaders, and global citizens.
  • U.S. News & World Report recognizes Elon more often than any other university in the nation for programs that are “Focused on Student Success.” Elon is recognized for excellence in study abroad, internships, undergraduate research, first-year experiences, service learning, learning communities, and senior capstone experiences.
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Florida
www.erau.edu
  • World’s leader in Aviation and Aerospace education.
  • One in five aerospace engineers in the world have graduated from ERAU.
  • More than 120 different clubs offered on campus.
North Carolina State University www.ncsu.edu
  • With over 300 Bachelor's, Master's, and doctoral degree programs, NC State University creates a community of students with a wide variety of interests and goals.
  • Hunt Library is ranked in the top 10 in the world, and is anchored by “Bookbot”, a robot that retrieves your books for you.
  • Centennial Campus houses our very own research park that is home to 140 businesses and government agencies.
Orange Coast College www.orangecoastcollege.edu
  • Desirable location. 2-year Community College located in Orange County in Southern California minutes from Disneyland Resort and California’s most popular beaches.
  • Top transfer rates. #1 in Orange County and #3 overall in the number of transfers to the University of California (UC) and California State University (CSU).
  • Wide range of course offerings. Most popular including Business, Engineering, Architecture, Visual and Performing Arts, Culinary Arts, Film, Marine Science, and Travel/Tourism.
Salve Regina University www.salve.edu
  • Campus community promotes and fosters individuality and acceptance while providing a transformative experience.
  • Rated as “Best in the Northeast” (The Princeton Review).
  • Historic, resort seaport location creates a living/learning lab for students.
San Diego State University www.sdsu.edu
  • For more than a century, San Diego State University has been preparing students from across the globe to succeed in their chosen fields by offering more than 90 undergraduate degrees, in a number of nationally ranked programs that include Engineering, International Business, Bioscience, Computer Science, Journalism, Psychology and Hospitality & Tourism Management.
  • San Diego State University is ranked among the top 60 national public universities in the U.S., offering more than 90 undergraduate degrees.
  • SDSU offers a number of programs to support international students on campus, including the International Student Center, the International Student Association, Tutor-Mentor Programs and the Sanskriti Indian Student Association.
Southern Methodist University - Lyle School of Engineering www.lyle.smu.edu
  • With over a 75-year legacy of innovation, achievement and excellence, the Lyle School is a premier institute of higher learning for students seeking degrees in Engineering and technical disciplines. Faculty and students at Lyle carry out research in a wide range of areas of engineering and applied science funded by government agencies, foundations and private companies.
  • The Lyle School offers students over 25 Master’s and Ph.D. programs with some of the finest teaching and research facilities in the nation.
  • College Factual ranks SMU as #19 of 365 colleges for having the highest paid engineering students.
State University of New York at Geneseo www.geneseo.edu/iss
  • Consistently ranked #1 or #2 among public universities in the North for the last ten years (U.S. News & World Report)
  • AACSB accredited Business school-gold standard for Business schools – only 7% in the world hold this distinction
Adler School of
Professional Psychology www.adler.edu
  • Continues the pioneering work of the first community psychologist Alfred Adler by graduating socially responsible practitioners, engaging communities, and advancing social justice.
  • 18 post-graduate programs in psychology.
  • 54 current international students.
Binghamton University, State University of New York
www.admissions.binghamton.edu
  • Top 50 among public universities in "America's Best Colleges" listing by U.S. News & World Report.
  • Award-winning faculty including a Pulitzer Prize winner, National Book Award winner, and numerous Fulbright, Ford and Guggenheim scholars.
  • Sixth most selective public university in the U.S. by U.S. News & World Report.
Coastal Carolina University
www.coastal.edu
  • Named one of America’s 100 Best College Buys by Institutional Research and Evaluation, Inc.
  • CCU offers baccalaureate degrees and minors, including specialized degree concentrations, through its five academic colleges.
  • Available scholarships ranging $6,000-$11,000/year to all admitted international students.
Clark University
www.clarku.edu
  • One of the 40 “Colleges That Change Lives” and in the top 75 National Universities by U.S. News & World Report.
  • Opportunities for undergraduates to get involved in graduate-level research because of the unique combination of the research university mission and our small size.
  • Strong emphasis on practical outcomes and hands-on experience in combination with the rigorous liberal arts curriculum.
  • Located near Seattle, Washington, Bellevue College is a large public school offering intensive English language, professional/technical certificates, and two- and four-year degrees
  • Bellevue College has excellent programs in Computer Science, IT, Healthcare, Engineering, Business, Nursing, Interior Design, and many other fields
  • Many international students begin their studies at Bellevue College because the tuition cost is lower and the class sizes are small. A large number of students transfer to finish their degrees at top universities like University of Washington, UCLA, UC Berkley, and many others
Drexel University www.drexel.edu/undergrad
  • A leader in cooperative education, providing students the opportunity to gain up to 18 months of full-time professional experience before graduation. Students can choose for more than 1,700 co-op employees in 35 states and 45 international locations
  • Top 50 worldwide university granted U.S. patents (National Academy of Inventors & Intellectual Property Owners Association)
  • #10 worldwide and #3 nationally in undergraduate Fashion Design (Business of Fashion)
Duquesne University, Pittsburgh
www.duq.edu
  • Founded in 1878, Duquesne University is a private, coeducational university located above downtown Pittsburgh.
  • Duquesne enrolls more than 10,000 students with 79,000 alumni around the world, ten schools of study, and over 180 undergraduate, graduate and doctorate degree programs.
  • DISHA (Duquesne Indian Student Association) is an active student organization that plans cultural events for the Indian population and those interested in Indian culture.
Fordham University
www.fordham.edu
  • Classified as a Research University (High Research Activity), based on the number of doctoral degrees awarded, research expenditures, and numbers of research staff. Fordham is one of 297 universities in the U.S. that is classified as a research university by Carnegie.
  • With its Jesuit traditions of academic excellence and the city of New York as its partner, Fordham offers students virtually unlimited opportunities for learning and personal growth.
  • Ranked #58 nationally by U.S. News & World Report.
Eastern Michigan University
www.emich.edu/international
  • Offers undergraduate, graduate, and Ph.D. programs to over 23,000 students with an international student population of 1,000
  • Our programs specialize in Business, Computer Science, Engineering technology and pre-professional programs, but we offer a full liberal arts curriculum
  • National Scholars Program (approx. $16,500/year to students with 2.75 GPA or higher)
Stonehill College www.stonehill.edu/admission
  • A selective, undergraduate Catholic college of 2,500 students with a welcoming community on a beautiful campus
  • Very strong Business program (AACSB accredited) in an undergraduate liberal arts college
  • "Green" college and one of the nation's best colleges (The Princeton Review)
University of Houston
www.uh.edu
  • Tier one research university, ranks in the top 50 in the country
  • Each year, we educate 40,750+ students in 300+ undergraduate and graduate academic programs, on campus and online
  • #2 most ethnically diverse major research university in the U.S. Students come here from more than 137 nations and from across the world
University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point
www.uwsp.edu
  • Offers 120+ undergraduate programs in 48 majors and 78 minors
  • Only Wisconsin school named to the Green College Honor Roll (The Princeton Review)
  • Graduates from UW-Stevens Point completed more research doctorates in the last 10 years than any of the other UW regional universities, especially in STEM fields (National Science Foundation)
Florida International University
www.fiu.edu
  • With a student body of nearly 55,000, the university is among the top 10 largest universities in the nation.
  • FIU is Miami's first and only public research university, offering bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral degrees.
  • Designated as a top-tier research institution, FIU emphasizes research as a major component in the university's mission.
Hobart and William Smith Colleges
www.hws.edu
  • Placed among the country's best institutions for undergraduate education by The Princeton Review.
  • Ranked among the 100 best schools in the nation by Forbes.
  • Named #10 in the nation by SmartMoney magazine for private "Colleges That Help Grads Get Top Salaries".
Santa Rosa Junior College www.santarosa.edu
  • Near San Francisco with the highest rate of acceptance to the University of California system of all large California community colleges.
  • Affordable tuition plus #1 in scholarship awards with over $1 million provided to continuing students and over $300,000 to SRJC transfer students.
  • 100+ majors, 50+ student clubs, including an International Student Club promoting cultural events and activities.
Washington & Jefferson College www.washjeff.edu
  • A private college of liberal arts and sciences with 1,400 undergraduate students, 35 minutes from the city of Pittsburgh and Pittsburgh International Airport
  • Top 100 best value liberal arts colleges (Kiplinger's Personal Finance)
  • Top 300 best and most interesting colleges in the country (Fiske Guide to Colleges)
Iowa State University
www.iastate.edu
  • More than 29,000 students choose from over 100 majors, study with world-class scholars and hone their leadership skills in more than 800 student organizations.
  • For the ninth year in a row, U.S. News & World Report notes ISU learning communities among its “Programs to Look For”.
  • Top programs in Architecture, Marketing, Accounting and Chemistry, plus one of the ten largest Engineering programs in the U.S. .
Jacksonville University
www.ju.edu
  • JU combines the advantages of a liberal arts college with the strengths of an urban comprehensive university.
  • Offers 7 bachelor's degree programs and 70+ majors, programs, and concentrations.
  • Connections with area businesses and civic organizations provide meaningful internships and educational opportunities outside of the classroom.
Miami University www.muohio.edu
  • Miami offers an American Preparation and Cultures Program, an American Cultures and English Program, and International Living and Learning Communities as helpful resources for international students.
  • 1In the 2012 edition of “America's Best Colleges”, U.S. News & World Report ranks Miami third among the nation's top universities for its commitment to undergraduate teaching.
  • The Fiske Guide to Colleges 2012 includes Miami in its list of the nation's “best and most interesting institutions.” Recognized for strong programs in architecture, business, and music, Miami is described as “the honors public university in one of the nation’s largest states”.
Mississippi State University www.msstate.edu
  • MS State provides students with academic, leadership, and research opportunities to help each person excel.
  • MS State has joined just 16 other universities nationwide as holder of a green light rating from the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education.
  • Although a Carnegie One Research University, MS State is also listed by Forbes magazine among the nation's 100 Best Buy Colleges.
Monmouth College www.monmouthcollege.edu
  • A private, selective, residential college – Monmouth College offers majors in the Natural Sciences, Social Sciences, Arts and Humanities and a four-year program of study culminating in a Bachelor’s degree.
  • In 2014, Money magazine ranked Monmouth College 14th out of 665 “Best Colleges” in the "Most Affordable Private Colleges" category and 15th in the “Colleges that Add the Most Value” category due in part to Monmouth’s graduation rate and the earnings of graduates.
  • Monmouth College welcomes international students and provides exceptional support for them, including an international new-student orientation and a host-family program. At present, 24 countries are represented on our campus. International students represent 5% of our student community.
Pacific University www.pacificu.edu/intl
  • U.S. News and World Report has ranked Pacific University as a "Tier 1" university in its region, and it is also ranked among the top 25 institutions with "Best Professors" by Forbes . Popular programs include Biology, Business Administration (including a three year Business Scholar Program track), Computer Science, Economics, Mathematics, Media Arts, Music, Psychology, Pre- Dental, Pre-Medicine and Pre-Pharmacy.
  • Pacific awards Merit Scholarships in ranging $10,500 - $22,000 per year, and talent scholarships ranging $500 - $6000 per year to international undergraduate students.
  • A student to faculty ratio of 10:1 ensures personalized education in a safe and caring environment on a beautiful campus.
Saint Louis University www.slu.edu
  • Jesuit tradition of educating the whole person: mind, body, heart and spirit. Jesuit schools are known for academic rigor, emphasis on leadership, and commitment to service.
  • SSt. Louis (home to 21 Fortune 1000 companies) was recently named the best city in the country for recent graduates, and 96% of students are happily placed after graduation.
  • Ranked in the top 100 universities in the nation and in the top 25 for geriatrics (#13), entrepreneurship (#17), international business (#20), supply chain management (#21) by U.S. News & World Report, Saint Louis University offers programs in the arts and sciences, business, engineering and aviation, health sciences, education and social work.
Southern Illinois University, Carbondale
www.gradschool.siu.edu
  • SIU is ranked by the Carnegie Foundation as a Research University (high research activity), among the top 4% of public U.S. institutions for research. SIU offers over 70 Master's and 30 doctoral programs, with faculty and students conducting research on every continent in the world, exemplifying SIU's goal for graduates to know no bounds.
  • The Online MBA Program at Southern Illinois University Carbondale has been objectively ranked as "Best Buy" by the national review team at GetEducated.com.
  • The St. Louis Business Journal ranks SIU among the top three research universities in Missouri and Southern Illinois, along with Washington University and the University of Missouri at Columbia.
San Jose State University www.sjsu.edu
  • One of the 200 top universities in research spending in the U.S., SJSU offers rigorous course work and research opportunities to more than 30,000 undergraduate and graduate students in seven colleges.
  • SJSU is the #1 supplier of education, engineering, computer science and business graduates to Silicon Valley, the world's high tech capital.
  • First in the nation to open a joint city-and-university library. Since 2003, nearly 13 million people have visited the award-winning facility.
Savannah College of Art and Design www.scad.edu
  • SCAD is the most comprehensive art and design university in the world, offering more degree programs and specializations than any other art and design university.
  • Named among the world’s top animation schools and among the “Ivy League of Animation” by 3D World magazine.
  • Popular programs include Graphic Design, Animation, Fashion, Film and Television.
University of Oklahoma www.ou.edu
  • One of the best public universities in the U.S. in terms of academic excellence and overall value as per The Princeton Review , and has achieved the Carnegie Foundation’s highest tier of research activity classification.
  • Programs in Petroleum Engineering and in Entrepreneurship are consistently rated among top 5 in the country, and Petroleum Engineering has a 100% job placement rate.
  • OU is home to the National Weather Center, where all severe weather forecasts within the U.S. originate, and is the #1 School of Meteorology in the nation for severe storm research.
University of Alabama at Birmingham
www.uab.edu
  • UAB has thrived on boldness and innovation to continue pushing the frontiers in science, health professions, engineering, business, education, the arts and the humanities - and has garnered national and international respect.
  • Among 11 universities nationally (and only Alabama university) to earn the prestigious Beckman Scholars Award, which provides scholarship funds to universities demonstrating exceptional mentoring and training of undergraduate researchers.
  • Among 51 public and private universities (and only Alabama university) classified by The Carnegie Foundation for both “very high research activity” and "community engagement".
University of California, Irvine, International Undergraduate Preparation Program (IUPP) unex.uci.edu/international
  • Qualified students engage in nine months of undergraduate coursework, which is transferable to undergraduate programs at UCI, ranked #13 in U.S. public universities.
  • Extensive one-on-one advising with a qualified academic counselor, including application assistance to UCI (98% admission rate for fall 2011), an Academic and American Culture orientation course, and “English As A Second Language” support if needed.
  • SAT and TOEFL extensive preparation courses.
University of California, Santa Cruz
www.ucsc.edu
  • UC Santa Cruz was recently ranked second in the world in research influence by Times Higher Education World University Rankings.
  • UCSC benefits from its beautiful location on the Monterey Bay, next to Silicon Valley, a worldwide center of innovation.
  • UCSC's world-renowned faculty are dedicated to student success, and the campus is known for its opportunities for internships and undergraduate research.
University of Denver, School of Engineering & Computer Science
www.du.edu/secs
  • Small private research institution with more graduate students than undergraduate on campus, offering many opportunities for all students interested in a close-knit community with personal attention.
  • The Computer Science department focuses on Security and Privacy, Cyber Security, Networking, while most of our Mechanical department specializes in Bioengineering Research.
  • DU has the only Mechatronics Engineering Systems offering ABET accredited BS/MS/PhD degrees in the U.S., and the only Game Development BA/BS degrees in the region.
University of Kentucky www.uky.edu
  • Among public universities, UK's research library system houses the largest materials endowment in the United States.
  • Over 125 undergraduate majors, 83 Master's programs and 62 doctoral programs.
  • Located in Lexington (Kentucky), which has been ranked amongst the nation's five safest cities.
  • Among the top 8% of national universities, according to U.S. News and World Report.
  • One of Forbes magazine's 100 best research universities and one of Kiplinger's 100 best values in public colleges.
  • #13 on Sierra magazine's annual list of environmentally friendly "cool schools".
University of Michigan – Flint
www.umflint.edu
  • Engaged learning at UM-Flint is about the value of specific experiences that force students to perform their best, to cope with realities in real time, and to employ all their knowledge, passion, creativity, and collaborative talent to get things done.
  • School of Management named among the “Best Business Schools 2013”. (The Princeton Review)
  • Offers the only Physical Therapy Ph.D. Program in the state of Michigan.
University of Missouri www.missouri.edu
  • Established in 1839, the University of Missouri is a Tier I research institution with 300+ degree programs, and 750+ student clubs and organizations.
  • MU welcomes 35,000+ students from every state in the U.S. and 120+ countries around the world.
  • One of only 34 public U.S. universities to hold membership in the prestigious Association of American Universities.
University of Kansaswww.ku.edu
  • A major public research and teaching institution of 28,000 students and 2,600 faculty on five campuses.
  • A member of the prestigious Association of American Universities since 1909, KU consistently earns high rankings for its academic programs.
  • #1 for Special Education and City Management/Urban Policy programs.
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Prescott www.prescott.erau.edu
  • Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University is the world’s largest, accredited university focusing on aviation and aerospace.
  • Popular programs include Aerospace Engineering, Aeronautical Science (pilot), Global Security and Intelligence Studies, Aviation Business Administration, and Space Physics.
  • First college of Security and Intelligence in the U.S.
Emerson College www.emerson.edu
  • Emerson College educates students to assume positions of leadership in communication and the arts and to advance scholarship and creative work that brings innovation, depth, and diversity to these disciplines.
  • Popular programs include: Performing Arts, Visual & Media Arts, Marketing, Journalism, Writing, Literature, and Publishing.
  • Offers opportunity to create your own major.
Florida Institute of Technology www.fit.edu
  • Offers more than 160 world-class Bachelor’s, Master’s and doctoral degree programs.
  • Every first year student gets at least one course in major and hands-on experience.
  • #1 national university in the U.S. for fostering international student experiences (U.S. News & World Report).
Furman University
www.furman.edu
  • Founded in 1826, Furman University is the oldest, largest and most selective private institution in South Carolina.
  • The university emphasizes engaged learning, a hands-on, problem-solving educational philosophy that integrates research, internships and sustainability into the curriculum.
  • 100% residential campus for all four years of a student’s education on our award-winning campus.
Goucher College www.goucher.edu
  • Innovative. Top 10 “Most Innovative School” (U.S. News & World Report).
  • Transformative. 96% of recent alumni employed or in graduate school.
  • Inclusive. Undergraduates from 45 states, 50 countries; Engaging. Goucher’s approach to learning: 3Rs-relationships, resilience, and reflection.
St. John's University
www.stjohns.edu
  • Over 100 different majors and Bachelor’s, Master’s and Ph.D. degrees within these five schools: College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, St. John’s College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, The Peter J. Tobin College of Business, The School of Education, and The College of Professional studies.
  • Offers one of the most recognized Pharm D programs in the country.
  • Diverse student population with over 100 nationalities on campus.
University of California, San Diego www.ucsd.edu
  • A unique, six-college residential system provides a smaller, supportive environment within the large research university.
  • UC San Diego has ranked #1 in the nation for six consecutive years, based on research, civic engagement and social mobility.
  • Popular programs are Biological Science, Electrical Engineering, Computer Science, Economics, Political Science, and Psychology.
University of Denver www.du.edu
  • DU, a mid-sized, comprehensive university, is the oldest independent university in the Rocky Mountain region.
  • Attracts students from all the 50 U.S. states and over 85 countries.
  • Every undergraduate has the opportunity to study abroad at no additional cost.
University of Iowa www.uiowa.edu
  • The University of Iowa is a comprehensive public university, ranked 34th best among the 629 public universities in the United States (top 6%), proving its commitment to teaching, access to Tier 1 level research, and faculty and student service.
  • The Fiske Guide, which measures the quality of education received for the price paid, has ranked the University of Iowa a “Best Buy” 11 years in a row, proving it to be a cost-conscious combination of academics and affordability.
  • Over 200 areas of study are offered through our Colleges of Liberal Arts, Business, Engineering, Education, Nursing, Medicine, Dentistry, Law, Public Health, and Pharmacy.
University of Minnesota – Twin Cities www.passport.umn.edu
  • The University of Minnesota has over 6,000 international students from 142 countries studying at every level.
  • Ranked 9th among major U.S. research institutions and 26th in the world by Newsweek magazine, as well as named "Best Value in Public College" by The Princeton Review.
  • Located in the Twin Cities, which is home to 18 Fortune 500 companies.
Baldwin Wallace University www.bw.edu
  • Named a "Best Midwestern College", BW is the top 15 college in Midwest regional colleges and universities 18 post-graduate programs in psychology.
  • Founded in 1845, Baldwin Wallace was one of the first university in Ohio to admit students without regard to race or gender.
  • More than 90% of BW graduates find employment or enter the graduate school of their choice within six to nine months of graduation.
Concordia University www.cu-portland.edu
  • A Christian university that welcomes students from all faiths, and one of ten Concordia Universities located throughout the United States. Concordia has been an integral part of the Pacific Northwest since 1905.
  • Offers 23 undergraduate majors with concentrations in more than 20 fields.
  • With 3,000 students, the student-faculty ratio is 17 to one.
Foothill and De Anza Colleges
www.fhda.edu
  • Nationally accredited community colleges in Silicon Valley with an impressive transfer record.
  • Small classes provide individualized attention at an affordable tuition rate.
  • Popular programs include Business/Commerce, Engineering, Computer Science, Health Sciences, Social Sciences, Multimedia Arts, Film/TV Animation.
Fontbonne University
www.fontbonne.edu
  • Fontbonne University is a private Catholic university in St. Louis with 1,800 students in 30+ undergraduate and 12+ graduate programs, including 200 international students from 30+ countries.
  • Top programs include Accounting, Business, Computer Science, Fashion Merchandising, Fine Arts, and MBA. Unique programs include 3+2 dual degree Engineering, Deaf Education, and Speech-Language Pathology.
  • Small class sizes characterize the student experience at Fontbonne with a student-to-faculty ratio of 11:1; and, a commitment to open communication, personal concern and diversity.
Calvin College
www.calvin.edu
  • A top ranked liberal arts college that offers more than 100 outstanding academic programs
  • All academic programs prepare students to address complex issues, think critically, and communicate effectively
  • #5 in the U.S. for number of international students (IIE)
Case Western Reserve University
www.case.edu
  • An experience-based approach to education and inquiry combines arts and humanities with science and technology, yielding one of the nation's best universities for cutting-edge research and top-ranked academic programs.
  • Consistently ranked one of the nation's best colleges by U.S. News & World Report.
  • Case Western Reserve's unique urban campus bustles across 155 acres in University Circle, a vibrant cultural district home to more than 50 of the world's finest cultural, medical, education and social-service institutions.
Michigan State University www.beaspartan.msu.edu
  • Ranked first for undergraduate supply chain program; ranked first graduate programs in elementary and secondary education, nuclear physics, industrial and organizational psychology.
  • One of only four public universities in the nation that rank in the top ten for both study abroad participation and international student enrollment.
  • MSU is one of the top research universities in the world - on one of the biggest, greenest campuses in the U.S. - and is home to a diverse community of dedicated students and scholars, athletes and artists, scientists and leaders from all over the world.
Flagler College
www.flagler.edu
  • One of the best 380 colleges (The Princeton Review)
  • Ranked among the best colleges for your money (Money   magazine)
  • #2 of the 25 most beautiful college campuses in the world (BuzzFeed.com)
Hillsborough Community College www.hccfl.edu/international
  • One of the premier community colleges in the nation. It is inexpensive, has on-campus housing, and has 2+2 pathway programs
  • A great place to start for our 300 international students who dream of earning a four-year Bachelor’s degree in the U.S.
  • #5 institution in the U.S. for awarding Associate's degrees
Lipscomb University
www.lipscomb.edu
  • Lipscomb University's Biology Program was named #1 in the nation (as of September 2016) for Christian universities
  • Lipscomb offers all international students up to a 50% off discount tuition rate
  • Lipscomb University is a smaller private liberal arts University with small classroom sizes, 78 different majors, and over 145 areas of study to chose from
University of Pennsylvania Graduate School of Education
www.gse.upenn.edu
  • Currently ranked #6 in the nation, we are a home for world-class faculty and diverse students from across the globe
  • In addition to offering 30+ degree programs and 4 degree options, we offer students the opportunity to work with over 30 in-house research centers/initiatives
  • 27% of students are international, coming from 27 different countries
Rowan University
www.rowan.edu
  • Offers 100+ outstanding academic programs through 12 colleges and schools from the Bachelor’s through the Doctoral level
  • #20 northern regional university and #5 northern regional public university (U.S. News & World Report)
  • #22 College of Engineering nationally (U.S. News & World Report)
Loyola University New Orleans
www.loyno.edu
  • Founded in 1912, a private, Jesuit, Catholic liberal arts institution located in historic uptown New Orleans
  • 60+ undergraduate academic majors spread across three colleges: College of Arts and Sciences, College of Business Administration, College of Music and Fine Arts
  • With 100+ on-campus organizations, students are active, engaged and continually making a difference both in New Orleans and beyond
Mount Mary University www.mtmary.edu
  • Four-year, accredited, non-profit Catholic private university for women, founded in 1913, and sponsored by the School Sisters of Notre Dame.
  • 1,475 total students, 920 undergraduates and 555 graduates.
  • Offers 30+ undergraduate majors and 9 graduate programs.
Pepperdine University www.pepperdine.edu
  • Pepperdine is a private Christian university located in Malibu, California, overlooking the Pacific Ocean. It boasts rigorous academics and competitive admission as well as small classes and a 13:1 student to faculty ratio.
  • It is an independent, medium sized university, enrolling 7,300 students in five colleges and schools. According to U.S. News & World Report, it is nationally ranked at 57th, among the 4,400 U.S. universities and was listed among the best value for the education. Of noteworthiness, the Master's in Dispute Resolution is ranked #1 in the U.S. .
  • Courses are taught at the main campus in Malibu as well as at six graduate campuses in southern California. Pepperdine also offers experiential learning and global engagement opportunities at its satellites campuses in Germany, England, Italy, China, Switzerland, Argentina and Washington DC. Undergraduate participation in international programs is among the highest in the nation at 60% to 70%.
Saint Peter's University www.saintpeters.edu
  • Saint Peter's University is one of twenty-eight Jesuit colleges and universities in the U.S. and the only one in New Jersey.
  • The diverse undergraduate and graduate student body originates from 29 states and from more than 36 countries around the world.
  • Saint Peter's University offers over 60 undergraduate, adult undergraduate and graduate programs, each offering a wide range of concentrations.
Southern New Hampshire University www.snhu.edu
  • Choose from 200+ undergraduate and graduate programs in business, communication, hospitality, game development, liberal arts, and much more.
  • SNHU has a campus population of 3,000 undergraduate and 1,400 graduate students, and over 50,000 online students.
  • Beautiful and safe 300-acre campus where we offer small classes, experiential learning, and a lot of personal attention.
State University of New York College at Plattsburgh
www.plattsburgh.edu
  • SUNY Plattsburgh is a four-year public college offering over 60 degree programs giving students the intellectual foundations for success in professional careers.
  • Plattsburgh is a small city located in northern New York, one hour away from cosmopolitan Montreal and the Adirondack Mountains, and within a few hours of New York City, Boston and Ottawa.
  • Our global community embraces students from over 60 countries, and we also offer Study Abroad, National Student Exchange and other cultural enrichment programs.
St. Ambrose University www.sau.edu
  • Founded in 1882, St. Ambrose University is a coeducational, liberal arts university affiliated with the Diocese of Davenport, easily accessed by Chicago airports.
  • Industrial Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Business, Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics and Computer Science are just a few of the more than 70 Bachelor's degree programs available. And St. Ambrose awards scholarships worth up to $12,000 per year to qualified incoming first-year students.
  • We provide a comfortable, supportive living environment. And we make student safety a top priority with a campus escort system, emergency notification system, safety phones, and personal safety classes.
Kettering University www.kettering.edu
  • Ranks first for Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering (IME) and second for Mechanical Engineering in U.S. News & World Report’s “America's Best Colleges Guide”.
  • Ranked with 18 U.S. colleges for “Programs To Look For: Co-ops” by U.S. News & World Report for its 100% professional co-op in all degree programs.
  • Founded in 1919 and enrolls approximately 1,800 undergraduates and 300 graduate students in the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics and Business.
Purdue University www.iss.purdue.edu
  • Top 25 in "Nation's Top Public Universities". 200 undergraduate majors including pharmacy, professional flight, hospitality and tourism management, agriculture, sciences, and liberal arts. Ranked #10 overall ranking in Engineering and #21 in Business by U.S. News & World Report.
  • Purdue enrolls the most degree-seeking international students and has the second largest overall international student population among public universities in the United States (IIE Open Doors Report).
  • A Wall Street Journal survey of corporate recruiters ranks Purdue University #4 nationally in preparing its students for the work force. Purdue offered 11,372 on-campus job interviews in 2011-12, compared to the U.S. average of 2,627.
Old Dominion University www.odu.edu
  • “America’s Best Colleges” Tier II Carnegie Research Institution by U.S. News & World Report, and among “America’s Top Colleges” by Forbes.
  • Guaranteed placement in internships related to students' program of study.
  • ODU's career services center hosts multiple job fairs on campus, helping students to find full-time jobs, and provide resume/CV building and writing.
Rochester Institute of Technology
www.rit.edu
  • Founded in 1829 and ranked in the top 4% of U.S. universities, RIT is world-renowned for innovative programs in Engineering, Computing/Information Science, Business, Health/Imaging Sciences, Creative/Visual Arts and Sustainability, and ranks #3 among private schools in the number of graduates in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math.
  • Global in outreach, RIT offers programs on campuses in New York (U.S.A.), Dubai (U.A.E.), Croatia and Kosovo. The main campus in New York includes students from over 100 countries, with India being the most represented international country.
  • RIT, one of the founders of the cooperative education experience, today maintains internationally recognized co-op and career placement opportunities with several thousand potential employers throughout the U.S. and around the world.
University of Arizona www.arizona.edu
  • Ranked first in funding for the Physical Sciences, and with the number one program for Observational, Theoretical and Space Astronomy by the National Science Foundation.
  • Ranked best program for Management Information Systems, ranked second best program for Entrepreneurship for public universities.
  • Frontline of research: built elements of the Mars Lander and lead the mission, Biosphere 2 to study environmental effects, and other medical research development.
University at Buffalo, SUNY www.buffalo.edu
  • UB is a premier, research-intensive public university dedicated to academic excellence. A flagship institution in the State University of New York system, UB is the largest and most comprehensive campus in the 64-campus SUNY system. It is a member of the Association of American Universities.
  • UB spends over $349.4 million annually on research, seeking knowledge leading to new cures, improved processes, stronger materials, faster computers, smarter software, smaller machines, and thousands more improvements.
  • Faculty inventors at UB have contributed to the inventions of implantable battery-operated cardiac pacemakers, photodynamic cancer therapy, pattern recognition software, teleradiology 3-D viewer and data transmission system, and many more.
University of California, Riverside
www.ucr.edu
  • Ranked #5 in the nation by Washington Monthly for contributing to the public good.
  • Among the top tier of universities nationwide, by U.S. News & World Report.
  • Widely recognized as one of the most ethnically diverse research universities in the nation, with enrollments over 20,000 students.
University of Cincinnati www.uc.edu
  • Each year, this public research university graduates 5,000 students, adding to more than 200,000 living alumni around the world.
  • UC is the largest employer in the Cincinnati region, with an economic impact of more than $3 billion.
  • UC has an active Indian Students Association.
University of Hartford www.hartford.edu
  • The University of Hartford provides a robust, distinctive educational experience for its more than 5,000 undergraduate and 1,600 graduate students.
  • Distinguished faculty provide rigorous instruction as well as research, performance, and internship opportunities in more than 100 degree programs in the arts, humanities, business, engineering and technology, education, and health professions.
  • Hartford comprises students from 48 states and 63 countries.
University of Minnesota Duluth
www.d.umn.edu
  • UMD consistently ranks among the top Midwestern, regional universities in U.S. News and World Report's "America's Best Colleges" issue.
  • With more than 50 buildings on 244 acres overlooking Lake Superior, the campus is fully interconnected by a concourse and skyway system. Students benefit from quick, year-round access to academic, social and extracurricular facilities.
  • UMD students can choose from 13 undergraduate Bachelor degrees in 74 majors, each offering robust, nationally-recognized research experiences that prepare students for success beyond the classroom. Masters and Doctoral degrees are also available in 30 different fields.
University of South Carolina www.sc.edu
  • Choice of over 324 academic degree programs from 14 degree-granting colleges and schools.
  • Listed by the Carnegie Foundation to be within the highest tier of research institutions in the U.S. .
  • USC students have been awarded more than $13.9 million for scholarships and fellowships since 1994.
University of Washington www.washington.edu
  • Ranked #16 worldwide by Academic Ranking of World Universities with Computer Science & Engineering widely regarded as among the top ten programs in the nation.
  • As a Carnegie Research I University, the UW receives more federal research money than any other American public university.
  • UW has over 42,000 students and a 643-acre campus in Seattle, which is home to Microsoft, Boeing, Amazon.com, Starbucks, and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
University of Toledo www.utoledo.edu
  • Top-notch Engineering co-op program: we are one of only 8 schools nationwide that require a co-op, with student placements in 40 states and 34 countries and top 20 Graduate Engineering Program by The Princeton Review.
  • College of Business and Innovation is included in “Top Undergraduate Business Schools” for 2013, and #50 for return in tuition investment, BusinessWeek.
  • We are one of only 18 Universities in the U.S. with a Medical, Law, Graduate, Pharmacy, Nursing, Engineering, Business, Arts and Education College.
University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire www.uwec.edu
  • As one of the Midwest’s top public universities, UW-Eau Claire provides students with small classes led by talented professors, cutting-edge programs, and endless opportunities to get involved.
  • The university provides a safe and friendly campus community and beautiful surroundings - from rivers and bike trails to shopping and entertainment.
  • UW-Eau Claire makes a substantial, positive economic contribution to the Chippewa Valley, ranking as one of the largest employers in the region with about 1,300 employees and bringing hundreds of millions of dollars into the region's economy.
Western Kentucky University www.wku.edu
  • Accredited by the National Safety Council as a safe community – one of only four universities in the U.S. to have received this honor.
  • WKU is alma mater to over 20 Pulitzer Prize winners.
  • The university’s popular programs include Journalism and Broadcasting, Engineering, Business, Computer Science, and Communications.
Hofstra University www.hofstra.edu
  • Hofstra offers over 160 graduate program options in Business, Computer Science, Health Professions, Communication, Education, and the Liberal Arts and Sciences.
  • The Zarb School’s graduate programs are also consistently ranked as a leading national business program by U.S. News & World Report, The Princeton Review, Bloomberg BusinessWeek, and Forbes. Zarb’s online MBA program was recently ranked #15 in the nation by The Princeton Review. School of Education ranked “Best Education School” by U.S. News & World Report.
  • Computer labs on campus include a Bloomberg trading room and a $1 million “Big Data” lab.
Indiana University, Bloomington
www.ois.iu.edu
  • Founded in 1820, and one of only 34 public university members of the selective Association of American Universities.
  • #8 Best Undergraduate Business program (U.S. News & World Report and Bloomberg).
  • #15 U.S. university with the highest international student population (Open Doors, IIE).
LIM College www.limcollege.edu
  • Fashion Industry Advisory Board helps the college stay abreast of new developments in the industry.
  • Numerous career fairs give students the opportunity to interview with 40+ companies for internship and employment opportunities.
  • On an average, 500 students take part in industry volunteer opportunities each semester.
Longwood Universitywww.longwood.edu
  • Recognized as one of the "Best Southeastern Colleges" by The Princeton Review.
  • Longwood enrolls approximately 5,000 students and offers degrees in Business, Computer Science, Pre-Medical professions (for example, Biology and Chemistry), Criminal Justice, Education, and more.
  • Ranked for the 4th consecutive year as one of the best colleges in the U.S. byForbes magazine.
Millersville University www.millersville.edu
  • Millersville University offers all the advantages you would expect from a university: competitive programs, great facilities, a diverse student community and a variety of campus programming.
  • MU is rated as the #1 Public University in Pennsylvania for Lifetime Return on Investment.
  • The campus is safe, with a beautiful park-like environment while also being very close to major cities: Philadelphia, New York, Washington D.C., and Baltimore.
University of San Francisco www.usfca.edu
  • Our 21st century mission to fashion a more humane and just world is rooted in Jesuit values, comes alive in our diverse learning community and is broadened by our global orientation.
  • Has a strong commitment to social justice and forming future leaders.
  • The city of San Francisco serves as an extended classroom for all disciplines, with opportunities for research and internships extending into the greater Bay Area.
The University of Vermont www.uvm.edu
  • Students engage in internships, service learning, field experience, and faculty mentored research on campus, in the greater Burlington community, and beyond.
  • Distinguished programs in Business, Engineering, the Environment, Health and Life Sciences.
  • UVM offers a safe campus with over 170 clubs and organizations, low crime rate, excellent public transportation and free buses for students.
Valparaiso University www.valpo.edu
  • Top programs in the STEM and Business fields, offering a variety of degrees with top levels of accreditation.
  • Top 5% of Business schools in the world (AACSB Accreditation).
  • Student body includes more than 4,500 students, 700 of whom are international students from 50 countries.
Willamette University www.willamette.edu
  • Top Business School by Forbes magazine and Businessweek
  • No work experience required: students focus on experiential learning, working on real projects with real clients to develop practical skills and experience.
  • Dual accreditation for Business Management and Public/Not-for-Profit Management (one of only two programs in the world with this dual accreditation).
Worcester Polytechnic Institutewww.wpi.edu
  • Founded in 1865, Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) is a highly selective, independent, technological university, offering Bachelor’s, Master’s and doctoral degrees in the Natural Sciences, Engineering, Computer Science, Data Science, Mathematical Sciences and Business Management.
  • WPI’s outstanding faculty and facilities support a challenging curriculum that emphasizes professional-level project work aimed at solving real world problems.
  • WPI offers a collaborative learning environment with a focus in interdisciplinary research leading to innovations in Health and Biotechnology; Robotics and Cyberphysical Systems; Materials, Manufacturing, and Mobility; Cyber, Data and Security Science and Engineering; Learning Sciences and Serious Games.
New York University Tandon School of Engineeringengineering.nyu.edu
  • Part of the New York University system – the largest private, non-profit academic institution in the U.S. with a network of 18 schools, giving students unlimited global access to three portal campuses and 11 global academic centers.
  • Unmatched international educational environment with students from 60+ countries and 47,000+ alumni.
  • Flexible graduate programs allow you to take daytime and evening courses across various departments, programs, and NYU Schools.
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