Top 10 US Colleges with the Most International Students
Globalization has opened new doors to international students.
According to US News and World Report, here are the top 10 colleges with the most number of international students coming to the US for college.
10 colleges With the Most International Students
Florida Institute of Technology
It has more than 3,500 undergraduate students enrolled, but its percentage of international students is 32.9%. The school was founded in 1958, and was listed as No. 131 in Best Colleges for Veterans. The ranked No. 161 among national universities, but is lauded for its engineering programs.
It also has several fellowships and scholarships for those taking doctoral degrees. The McKnight Doctoral Fellowship is offered to African American and Hispanic US citizens.
The New School
The New School has over 6,000 undergraduate students. With 135 programs, the school involves a mix of liberal arts, music and design, humanities, and the performing arts. It has many academic centers around the world, and has 31.7% of international students.
: Parsons School of Design, Eugene Lang College of Liberal Arts, College of Performing Arts, The New School for Social Research, and the Schools for Public Engagement.
It’s ranked No. 105 in Best Colleges for Veterans, and No. 127 among National Universities.
Illinois University of Technology
has over 7,000 total number of students attending their college, with some of them coming from over 97 countries. It has a percentage of 29.8% international students.
It’s one of the country’s higher-ranking schools, and is No. 47 in Best Value Schools, making it an affordable college, with quality education, facilities, and staff. It is ranked No. 89 in Best Colleges for Veterans, and No. 108 in National Universities.
The school also for first year, transfer, and international students.
University of Tulsa
has a little more than 3,400 undergraduate enrollees, but has 26.7% of international students in its campuses. The university hosts over a thousand students from 79 countries.
It’s No. 71 in Best Colleges for Veterans, No. 86 in National Universities, and No. 156 in Business Programs.
The school is affiliated with the Presbyterian Church, and , who can avail of $4,000 to $14,000 financial aid, which can be renewed every year.
It’s of just a little more than 1,000, but has a 23% population of students from 85 countries outside the Unites States. It is ranked No. 21 in Most Innovative Schools, and is consistently among the top universities in the country.
It’s not hard to imagine why, when the school adopts new ideas and technology to deliver classes. The school has a tablet-based education experience, and its is patterned after workspaces like Silicon Valley and Wall Street.
Carnegie Mellon University
is busy and colorful. It has around 6,309 undergraduate enrollees, and 20.9% of international students.
The campus has housing for all students, but only new students are actually required to live within the school grounds. There are more than 20 fraternities and sororities for the students to join. School sports is on top of the list, as the university’s Tartans also play in the NCAA Division III matches.
It was founded in 1900, and is ranked No. 18 in Best Colleges for Veterans and No. 23 in National Universities.
The university is also ready to help , with scholarship and grant support.
University of California San Diego
California-based national universities have a reputation for large enrollments and globally-recognized programs. The (UCSD) is no exception.
It has a lot of social and education , for its 24,810 undergraduate students, but 19.9% of total number of students are originally from abroad.
Located in Michigan, Andrews U has a 19.5% of international student population. It’s affiliated with the Seventh-Day Adventist Church, and only has around 1,805 undergraduate students.
It’s No. 38 in Best Colleges for Veterans and No. 47 in National Universities. One of the things that make NU a sought-after school is that its student-teacher ratio is 14:1. There are many classes with less than 20 students, providing a more engaging and communicative educational experience.
There are over 13,000 undergraduate students in the school, and the college team is part of the NCAA Division I competitions.
University of San Francisco
This university is ranked No. 32 among most in the country. Run by Jesuit priests, has over 19% international students among its registered enrollees.
More than half of the students are granted financial aid or grants worth $20,000. Its psychology program was ranked in the . It’s also on Forbes list for its business and entrepreneur programs and activities.