Students Going to the USA
Interested in studying in the USA? We can help! American universities are becoming increasingly popular for UK and international students. Last year, 10,743 UK students and over 970,000 total international students chose American universities for their studies.
As part of the EducationUSA network, we are the official source of information on applying to American universities for the United Kingdom. All students in the UK are welcome to use our advice service - read more below.
Ways we can support you:
- Step-by-step guide on US admissions: Read our website for more information on undergraduate study, postgraduate study, short-term study and school study in the US, as well as work and volunteer opportunities
- Live information sessions: Attend one of our monthly London-based seminars on undergraduate study.
- Webinars: Can't make it to one of our events and want to know more about undergraduate or postgraduate admissions? Tune into a webinar.
- US University Fair: Attend USA College Day the largest US university fair in the UK.
- Postgraduate Study Workshop: Attend USA Grad School Day a workshop on postgraduate admissions and the Fulbright Awards. We host this event every autumn and spring.
- Scholarships: Apply for a Fulbright Award for postgraduate study, lecturing, professional exchange or research in the USA (for UK citizens). Non-UK citizens are required to apply in their country of citizenship, even if they are a resident in the UK.
- Sutton Trust US Programme: If you are a UK state school student, you may be interested in applying for the Sutton Trust US Programme, a programme we run in partnership with the Sutton Trust.
- To stay up to date: Sign-up for our monthly e-newsletter to get the latest information on scholarships and applying for USA universities or join one of our online communities.