Why Study Abroad?
Career planning abroad may involve programs of education, experience, training, special skills, and licensing. While programs in the U.S. are normally paid for by private funds, there are opportunities for scholarships, work-study programs, reduced tuition costs, tax benefits, and economic hardship.
How We Can Help!
Foreign students, exchange visitors, trainees, professionals, and others may find it difficult to understand all the different kinds of opportunities available to work or study in the United States. Many private and public work and study programs are offered by private and public institutions, but some may require participants to return to their home country for two years.