Every year scores and scores of students across the Continents enter into the US to pursue education. Getting to know about the best Universities or Colleges has been never so easy and it becomes very helpful if you find the right guidance at the right time.
This infographic is a simple analytical presentation that covers about National Universities and Liberal Arts Colleges Rankings. In Florida, Institute of Technology, Melbourne, Florida, one can find 33 percent of International students and in Soka University of America, ALISO VIEJO, and CALIFORNIA you will get to see 38 percent of International Students. In the top 50 National Universities, 17.4 percent of International students have permission to join Universities, and 16.6 percent International students can join in the top 50 liberal arts colleges.
Financial Help to International Students by the Universities
Education in the USA is expensive and governments in the US provide financial aid to the International students. Some of the Universities that help International Students are Skidmore College (NY) ($56,600), Yale University (CT) ($55,862), Amherst College (MA) ($55,673), Williams College (MA) ($55,119), and Wesleyan University (CT) ($54,996). A student who belongs to any non-English speaking country will have to get qualified in the English language test.
International students must qualify in English Language Tests like TOEFL (paper based), TOEFL (Computer based), and IELTS with a qualify score of 544, 78, and 6.5. The financial aid figures put on display are from 2014-15 and enrollment data are from 2014 fall.