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
Learn English and improve basic reading, writing, speaking, and life skills.
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.