Study New York
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What is Study New York?
Study New York was founded in 2009 and is one of the largest consortiums of colleges and universities in the U.S. comprised of independent (private, non-profit), State University of New York (SUNY), and City University of New York (CUNY) colleges and universities. Study New York works collaboratively with its member colleges, universities, and partners through special programs and global outreach to promote New York State internationally as the premier education destination for students, researchers, visiting professors and other exchange visitors.
Why Should You Study in New York State?
Reputation – The universities and colleges in New York State feature many of the nation’s top programs and research facilities at private independent, public, religious, or special purpose institutions.
Range – More than 270 degree-granting institutions of higher education in the state including:
- 148 independent private universities and colleges;
- State University of New York (SUNY) at 64 campuses throughout New York State,
- City University of New York (CUNY) which is made up of 20 colleges and universities in New York City
Diversity – New York State has always been and remains one of the most diverse, tolerant, interconnected and technologically advanced states in the country. As a result, New York attracts talented international students and researchers from around the world.
Fun – When not studying in the classroom, students here enjoy culture, museums, golf, professional sports, horse racing, theater and world-class entertainment. New York offers attractions and events to suit every taste.
Beauty – Outdoor parks cover more than one-fifth of the state’s land area. From New York City to Niagara Falls, and the historic Hudson Valley to the magnificent Adirondack Mountains. The natural beauty in New York is spectacular.
So Much to See – So Much to Do!
Sophisticated cities, charming towns, quaint villages, and rural and wilderness settings throughout New York offer a wealth of cultural and recreational opportunities amid some of the most beautiful and diverse landscapes in the world. New York has some of the most picturesque and vibrant geography in the United States with vast open spaces, lush forests, mountains, rivers and lakes, and hundreds of miles of ocean and coastal beaches. When not studying in the classroom, students here enjoy culture, museums, golf, professional sports, horse racing, theater and world-class entertainment. Outdoor parks cover more than one-fifth of the state’s land area. From New York City to Niagara Falls, and from the historic Hudson Valley to the magnificent Adirondack Mountains, New York offers attractions and events to suit every taste.
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