University of colorado denver

University of Colorado Denver (CU Denver)

Why University of Colorado Denver?

Denver is the #2 best place to live in the United States according to US News & World Report. It’s a fast-growing city and an ideal location to launch students careers. The metropolitan area is home to hundreds of businesses, from entrepreneurial startups to Fortune 500 companies, nonprofits, health care facilities, and a major international airport. CU Denver works hard to connect students to real-world experiences that are relevant to their long-term career goals. CU Denver students are awarded over 600 highly coveted internships around the country every year. Students get mentorship and support before, during and after their internship to make sure they maximise their learning and professional experience. CU Denver strives to create welcoming and respectful learning environments, and foster a culture of inclusion. CU Denver has a great international community of 1,100 international students from 130 countries enrolled.

Western Michigan University (WMU)

Western Michigan University (WMU)

Why Western Michigan University?

Western Michigan University is a globally engaged, national research university that promotes success for learners at all levels. WMU has an outstanding commitment to diversity and inclusion. WMU positively impacts globe. They are a community of learners committed to human dignity, sustainability, social responsibility, and justice. Their campus embraces a diverse population of students, faculty and staff who develop learners and leaders who are ready to contribute to world knowledge and discovery. WMU has more than 1,800 students, from more than 100 countries studying at WMU. WMU operates the nation’s largest and most comprehensive collegiate support program for former foster-care youth and is an international model for teaching, research, learning and public service related to foster care and higher education.

Kent State University

Kent State University

Why Kent State University?

Kent State University has committed to providing learning that sparks epic thinking, meaningful voice, and invaluable outcomes to better society. They transform lives and communities through the power of discovery, learning, and creative expression in an inclusive environment. Kent State offers a distinctive blend of teaching, research, and creative excellence. They encourage active inquiry and discovery that expands knowledge and human understanding. It’s many international students first time traveling abroad to a new country. Kent State was ranked the 25th safest campus in the United States, according to the National Council for Home Safety and Security. Kent State is true believer in diversity of culture, beliefs, identity, and thought. The international student population on campus is over 1,700 students. Kent State provides students with a safe platform to share their freedom of expression and be free exchange of ideas.

San Francisco State University

San Francisco State University

Why San Francisco State University?

SF State is one of the nation’s leading public urban universities. Promoting respect for scholarship, freedom, and human diversity, the University’s faculty and administration encourages students to ignore traditional barriers. SF State has a international student population of over 1,500 students. Students will learn by helping people solve real-life problems, take part in research projects with senior faculty, and collaborate with classmates. SF State is an institution that cares about its community. Their students learn outside of classrooms and laboratories; they learn in the vibrant community of the Bay Area. San Francisco is one of the best locations any student could ask for. Students can find an awesome view and unexpected thrills over every hill. Ride cable cars, explore authentic ethnic neighbourhoods, hang out at downtown clubs, and theatre venues, or stroll through eucalyptus groves in city parks. San Francisco and nearby Silicon Valley comprises the nation’s high tech capital and the home of biotechnology.

California State University

California State University

Why CSU East Bay?

CSU East Bay is a dynamic mosaic of cultures and backgrounds. The campus community reflects the diversity of the region, state, and the world. Students come together twice a week for events for more than 150 student clubs and organisations including, the fall Al Fresco festival, the residence halls, the Recreation and Wellness Center, and the Pioneer Kitchen. There are ample opportunities to form deep friendships and exchange ideas. Located in the heart of the beautiful San Francisco Bay Area, Cal State East Bay Hayward Hills campus overlooks the San Francisco Bay and is just a 30-40 minute drive to either San Francisco or Silicon Valley. Cal State East Bay Mediterranean climate means there is mild weather year-round.