Top 5 Universities for International Student Attendance
By Brianna Burrows
Studying in the USA is a dream for many international students. Furthering your education in the United States provides many opportunities to learn about American culture and other cultures as well. Many universities have large international student attendance which provides comfort to many international students who are adapting to American life. Here are Study in the USA’s Top 5 Universities for International Student Attendance.
University of Southern California
Located in the city of Los Angeles, University of Southern California (USC) has a large international student population. During the 2015-2016 academic year there were 12,334 international students, which is 34 percent of the student body. USC offers a variety of programs for international students, including Intensive English Language Programs, Pre-Master’s Program, and Master’s Programs.
The University of Tulsa
The University of Tulsa is located in Tulsa, Oklahoma. During the 2015-2016 academic year there were a total of 3,478 undergraduate students, of which 25.8 percent were international students. The University of Tulsa offers English Language programs and pathway programs for international students to transition to degree programs.
Illinois Institute of Technology
Illinois Institute of Technology (Illinois Tech) is located in Chicago, Illinois. Similar to The University of Tulsa, Illinois Tech is a small sized university with a total undergraduate enrollment of 2,991 during the 2015-2016 academic year. The international student enrollment is 26.5 percent. Illinois Tech offers a variety of programs for international students including Intensive English Language programs, undergraduate and graduate degree programs.
University of California, San Diego
University of California, San Diego (UCSD) is located in San Diego, California. During the 2015-2016 academic year, 22.8 percent of the 26,590 undergraduate students were international students. UCSD has a diverse selection of programs for international students, ranging from short term English Language programs, certificate programs, and degree programs.
University of Pennsylvania
University of Pennsylvania (U Penn) is located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. For the academic year of 2015-2016 there were 6,167 international students which is 30 percent of the total student attendance. U Penn offers a selection of programs for international students such as business communication studies, English Intensives, university academic preparation courses and more.
Sources: The Higher Times Education; U.S. News & World Report
Brianna Burrows is a freelance marketing specialist and alumna of Northeastern University. She specializes in event management, social media management, and content branding. Follow her on Twitter here.
Get matched to the best program for you
Let us know what you're looking for so we can find the best school for you.
Check Out These Schools
University of Southern California - International Academy
University of Pennsylvania
Portland Community College
University of Mississippi
Typical cost per Semester: $10,000 — $15,000
Golden West College
Typical cost per Year: $5,000—$10,000
Kent State University
Typical cost per Semester: $15,000—$20,000
Start your U.S. adventure with Study in the USA
Learn About U.S. education financing, housing, and more
Education Insurance Plans
Introducing the College/University Inbound Tuition Insurance Plan – safeguarding tuition, housing, and travel costs for international students studying in the U.S. Features include tuition protection, housing coverage, travel reimbursement, streamlin...
BECOME SMARTER IN JUST 5 MINUTES. Get the daily email that makes reading the news actually enjoyable. Stay informed and entertained, for free.
Find an Advisor
Study in the USA’s advisors can work with you to navigate the requirements to study abroad in the USA, UK, Canada, and Australia. We help you find the right school and apply.
I think Study in the USA is an organized website where I could get all the information within a very short time.
StudyUSA helped me by proving numerous information, articles and explanation about studies and life in the United States.
I read about many blogs and student experiences on Study in the USA's website that helped me make sure that I wanted to study in the USA.
Learn about American culture and education direct from our experts at Study in the USA. Read more