Study in the U.S.
Find resources on student visas, financial assistance, working in the U.S., and more.
Study in the States
– This new website will walk you through the steps you need to take in order to study in the U.S., such as getting accepted to school, paying your I-901 SEVIS fee, and applying for a visa.
– Visas for academic study, vocational study, as an exchange visitor...
Advice in Your Country from Educational Advising Centers
– These worldwide centers give international students advice on higher education and study opportunities in the United States.
Foreign Diploma and Credit Recognition
– The U.S. government relies on academic, professional, and vocational credentialing authorities.
Structure of the U.S. Education System
– Information on all types and levels of education (primary and secondary, vocational and technical, undergraduate, graduate), and how people progress through the system
– Find and compare colleges by location, type, programs and majors, and more.
Undergraduate College and University Study
– Information on attending undergraduate schools in the United States
Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL)
– Many colleges and universities require this test, which measures the English-language skills you will use when you study.
English as a Second Language Programs
– A directory to find English as a Second Language courses throughout the United States
Financial Assistance Guide for International Students
– The U.S. government does not provide student assistance to non-citizens, except in the limited cases of federal exchange programs and some research opportunities. However, there may be other resources available.
International Students Pursuing Employment in the U.S.
– Information for students and exchange visitors (F-l, M-l, and J-l visa categories) pursuing employment in the United States
Foreign Visitors Driving in the U.S.
– Quick facts for foreign visitors about driving in the United States...
Telephone – International Long Distance Calling
– How to place, and save money on, international telephone calls.