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I knew that studying in the US would give me more time to explore the areas I was interested in before having to narrow down to just one subject....
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Meet Laura Tunbridge
at Yale College
(2009-2013)

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Study in the USA

“I’ve always believed that diplomacy does not just happen between government officials. It also happens between individuals through people to people connections. And student exchanges are some of the most important people to people connections we can have. For hundreds of thousands of students each year, exchanges promote mutual understanding and bring people of different nations together to share ideas and compare values. They also nurture leadership skills that prepare students for the challenges of the 21st century. The Department of State remains committed to these exchanges and we strongly support expanding study abroad opportunities to a diverse range of communities so that talented students around the world can tap into the power and possibility of international exchanges.”
- Hillary Rodham ClintonStudents throwing graduation caps in the air

Interested in studying in the USA? We can help! American universities are becoming increasingly popular for UK and international students. Last year, over 9,400 UK students and over  800,000 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.

For UK citizens, we also offer Fulbright awards for postgraduate study, lecturing, professional exchange or research in the USA. International students are encouraged to use our advisory service, but non-UK citizens are required to apply in their country of citizenship, even if they are a resident in the UK.

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