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If you're one of the one million international students currently studying in the U.S., we'll walk you through everything you need to know about colleges and universities here.
Whether you’re a foreign national or U.S. citizen who intends on practicing physical therapy in the U.S., you can find a top-notch education at many of these institutions. In this article, we share a detailed overview of the top five PT schools and as well as a list of the other top-ranking PT programs in the country.
Becoming a pharmacist in the United States requires a Doctorate in Pharmacy (PharmD), a degree offered by several academic institutions in the U.S. If you’re interested in become a pharmacist, read on to learn about the top-ranked PharmD schools in country.
International students who come to the U.S. with F-1 visas may choose to take part in optional practical training (OPT) to gain experience in their respective fields and further their careers. In this article we explain everything you need to know about OPT EAD
Some J-1 visa holders may be interested in working during their stay, but each J-1 program has specific rules and guidelines on work authorization .
Looking to build credit as an international student in America? A credit card designed for students might just be the answer.
Very few college students think to start saving money right away, especially those who are living in the U.S. as international students. So why save money right now?
Financial aid for non-citizens is available in the form or scholarships, federal financial aid from abroad or private student loans from banks and other lenders.