Studying Abroad

Going to university in a different country is a great way to learn about other cultures, meet new types of people, and discover new interests.

See Universities That Offer Aid to International Students

Keep in Mind

The BigFuture website helps you find universities that match your interests.

On BigFuture, you can filter your search by location, campus size, available financial aid, and other factors. You can also search for scholarships and get advice directly from students and admission professionals to help you navigate the application and admission process.

Taking the SAT can help you get in to universities around the world.

The SAT university admission test is globally recognized as a valid and reliable way to measure academic achievement. It’s part of the SAT Suite of Assessments, which includes similar tests you can take in your first or second years of secondary school. Most universities require or recommend that you submit SAT scores when you apply for admission.

Taking AP can help you get in to universities around the world.

The AP Program lets you take university-level courses and exams in 38 subjects while still in secondary school. Universities all over the world recognize AP as a valuable credential for admisison, so taking AP and doing well on the exams can help you stand out on applications.

As an international student, you may be eligible for financial aid.

Some universities in the U.S. and other countries offer financial assistance to students from other countries. You should contact universities directly to see if you qualify.