Applying to Study in the U.S. as an International Student


Researching, Applying for, and Funding Your Studies in the United States


  • Interest in studying in the United States for an undergraduate or graduate degree.


If you are a student living outside the U.S. who is interested in pursuing undergraduate or graduate studies in the United States, this course is for you.

You might have these questions: How do I apply to study in the U.S.? What is it like to be an international student in the USA? What is the best community college, college or university for international students in the U.S.?  How to be admitted as an international student in the U.S.? What does it cost to study in the U.S.? Why is the U.S. college admissions process so confusing?!

With our background in U.S. higher education admissions and student services, we understand how difficult it can be to understand the U.S. college and university admissions process. We designed this course to save you time and money by streamlining the U.S. college admissions process so you can easily apply to the right schools and maximize your chance for success.

This course gives you EVERYTHING you need to apply for U.S. study, and NOTHING you do not. We’re sure 😉

After completing this course, you will be able to determine the best path forward for you in applying for studies in the U.S. – including:

  • what schools to apply for to have the best chance of admission as an international student,
  • how to create a successful application for undergraduate or graduate studies in the U.S., including PhD programs in the U.S.,
  • and how to budget for and fund your studies in the U.S., including scholarships for international students.

You’ll also learn more about how education differs in the U.S., and how best to prepare for studying in a new cultural environment.

If you are ready to take your first step towards studying in the U.S., we hope to see you inside the course!

Who this course is for:

  • Students, parents, and family members interested in learning more about university-level study in the United States.
  • Faculty, staff, and advisors helping students study in the U.S.
  • International recruiters

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