• Founded by the Sisters of Mercy in 1950 in Dobbs Ferry, New York City, Mercy College became a four-year college offering programs leading to the baccalaureate degree in 1961. Continuing to expand over the years, Mercy College was authorised to offer its first graduate program  in 1981. They now also have campuses in Manhattan and the Bronx. They offer over 100 degrees and certificates in dozens of major disciplines, at the undergraduate and graduate level. Many degree programs are further distinguished by various specialisations. At Mercy you will be joining a community of students from around the US and the world who study, learn and have fun together. Countries represented on campus include Norway, Spain, Sweden, Japan, China, Korea, the United Kingdom, Mexico, Brazil and many more.  
  • Grounded in the liberal arts and sciences, Elmira College provides a collaborative and supportive environment that enables students to become active learners, effective leaders, responsible community members, and globally engaged citizens. Elmira College offers more than 35 majors and academic programs, an honors program, 17 academic honor societies, and 16 Division III varsity teams. Located in the Southern Finger Lakes Region of New York, Elmira's undergraduate and graduate student population hails from more than 30 states and 18 countries.
  • Hult brings together forward-thinking people from all over the world to learn business by doing business. So they graduate ready to make an impact that matters and lead others to do the same. By focusing on what students can do in the real world, rather than just the theory they study in classrooms, they prioritise those skills and mindsets that are most needed to bring about change—in the careers of the individual, the businesses they work in, and the society we all live in. This belief in the power of learning by doing goes beyond a philosophy; it is the guiding force behind every program Hult provides, every course they create and every class they run. Hult specialises in helping international students forge international careers. They build a global network by collaborating with classmates from around the world—potential partners, investors, and contacts are everywhere. At Hult, global means more than geography, it's a shared experience where students, alumni, faculty, and staff are all enriched by each other’s perspectives.
  • UMass is a top 70 National University with dozens of programs ranked in the top 200 worldwide. By focusing on research, diversity and a revolutionary spirit - what the university calls the UMass Edge – exceptional students from around the world graduate with the industry knowledge and technical skills needed to build rewarding careers. As a top 50 best-value public university, graduates can be confident that their degree is a sound investment for their futures.
  • Established in 1927, UH is the only public Tier One research university in Houston. The campus life offers the vibe of a small community set amongst the urban offerings of Houston. At the University of Houston, you’ll find a college experience that will transform your future to what you envision. Their nationally-ranked programs drive students to discover the multitude of academic resources that are available on-campus and online while their student-run organizations and athletics have something for everyone. Volunteerism and community service are also a big part of UH’s commitment to engage students directly with local centers and nonprofits.  
  • About the University of Connecticut UConn is a highly regarded Tier 1 research university, ranked #23 public university and #63 overall by U.S. News & World Report 2021. The university’s 5 campuses are in beautiful New England, between Boston and New York City: an ideal location for internship and OPT opportunities and from which to explore the northeast region.

    Home to a thriving community of 32,000 students from 90+ countries, exceptional academic facilities, and 24 Division I sport teams, the University of Connecticut is a smart choice for international students.

  • Mercer University was founded in 1833 as a private institution. Its total undergraduate enrollment is over 4,800, its setting is a city, and the campus size is 150 acres. It utilizes a semester-based academic calendar. Mercer University's ranking in the 2021 edition of Best Colleges is National Universities #160. Just an hour south of Atlanta, the main campus of Mercer University is located in the slightly quieter city of Macon, Georgia. Mercer offers programs in 12 different colleges and schools, with business being the most popular major.
  • Hillsborough Community College is a public institution in Tampa, Florida. Its campus is located in a city with a total enrollment of 23,183. The school utilizes a semester-based academic year. The student-faculty ratio is 24-to-1. The highest degree offered at Hillsborough Community College is an associate degree. The school has an open admissions policy and offers credit for life experiences.
  • Gonzaga University is a private Catholic university in Spokane, Washington. It is accredited by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities. Founded in 1887 by Joseph Cataldo, an Italian-born priest and missionary with the Society of Jesus, the university is named for the young Jesuit saint Aloysius Gonzaga.
  • Western is an energized campus community with nearly 16,000 students and over 160 academic programmes. Western offers the focus on students and the faculty access of a smaller college with the academic choice, opportunities for research, multicultural diversity, and room to grow of a large university. Not so big that you feel like a number; not so small that you have to conform to a mold. Large enough for you to define yourself and small enough that you make a difference. Making the most of a Western education means opening your mind, learning by doing, enriching the community, and shaping an academic adventure that is uniquely yours. You aren’t just getting an education; you are building a foundation for lifelong success. From the beautiful natural environment to the welcoming community of individuals inhabiting it, Western is a breath of fresh air and a wonderful place to call home.
  • Westcliff University was established to provide quality education for students wishing to enter the fast-growing fields of Business and Education. Westcliff University, which received its initial approval with the Bureau for Private Postsecondary Education in 1993 (, offers various programmes in the College of Business and the College of Education. Westcliff University’s curriculum consists of graduate and undergraduate degree programmes in business and education as well as other certificate programmes. While some schools only teach theoretical concepts, Westcliff University prepares students for the practical and theoretical elements required in the job market today. Westcliff University offers full-time working students a chance to enrol in innovative online and hybrid distance education courses that are convenient and affordable. Westcliff University emphasizes the importance of preparing students personally, academically, and professionally. To ensure its programmes are innovative, up-to-date, and of high quality, the university has guidance and expertise from members of its Board of Trustees and programme Advisory Council that includes key leaders from organisations including Google, Hyundai, Deloitte, Hewlett Packard, Hitachi Capital, Cox Communications, CATESOL, University of California Office of the President, as well as other local and national businesses and organisations.
  • WSU fulfills its mission as Washington’s land-grant research university by reaching out. It delivers knowledge and the benefits of research activities to people throughout the state.
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