Welcome To New York
New York State has always been a destination of choice for the best and brightest international students and researchers from around the world. In fact, the state ranks at the top in the number of international students who choose to study in the United States. Each year more than 75,000 students from countries around the world choose New York State to pursue their education. Those who come from abroad to study, in addition to their academic contributions, help deepen awareness of other cultures on campuses, and beyond.
You’ll discover that New York is one of the most beautiful states in the U.S., offering a superior quality of life, a wealth of cultural and recreational opportunities and some of the most beautiful and diverse landscapes in the world. You’ll also find more than 268 degree-granting universities and colleges, from world-renowned research universities to small single-focus institutions located in small towns and cities, in rural communities as well as in urban areas such as New York City, Buffalo, Rochester, Syracuse and Albany. Some offer large classes, Nobel-prize winning professors, while others feature smaller classes for a more personalized experience.
Whether you’re seeking innovative career skills, cutting-edge research opportunities, a deeper understanding of the world, or customized academic pursuits, New York State offers you extraordinary educational opportunities. This Study New York Web site can help you and your advisors make the best possible choices!
INTERNATIONAL STUDENT PHOTO CONTEST
Why I love studying in New York photo contest for international students studying in New York is now open! Do you love studying in New York? Do you have great photos to prove it? Click here to learn how to enter!
Featured University / College
St. Thomas Aquinas Collegehttp://www.stac.edu/stac_admissions/index.html
St. Thomas Aquinas College is an independent liberal arts college which provides education at the undergraduate and graduate levels. The College requires each undergraduate to attain a broad foundation in the liberal arts and sciences.