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Scott F. Cooper: How immigration reform is a key to Michigan’s economy

Scott F. Cooper: How immigration reform is a key to Michigan’s economy

Michigan’s international students and graduates have a mammoth impact on the state’s new economy and the crucial endeavors needed to keep those young, talented adults here. High-tech fields are changing the face of Michigan’s employment landscape. Michigan is third nationwide in creating new jobs in science, technology, engineering and medicine (STEM), behind only California and […]

New efforts to boost minority students studying abroad

New efforts to boost minority students studying abroad

Study: 78% of U.S. who studied abroad in 2010-11 were white. Story Highlights Low-income and minority students may feel like study abroad is not an option. Groups are working to help minority students participate. Kenya Casey studied abroad as an undergrad in 1997. As an African American, she noticed an under-representation of minority students on […]

5 Facts for International Students on F1 Visas in the U.S.

5 Facts for International Students on F1 Visas in the U.S.

The F1 visa category is reserved for academic students enrolled in colleges, universities, high schools, language training programs, and other academic institutions. The first step for a prospective student is being accepted for enrollment in an established school (University/College) which is SEVP certified.  We have created a list of the most common questions from and […]

Trustee Scholarships for US and International Students at Boston University in USA

Trustee Scholarships for US and International Students at Boston University in USA

Boston University offers Trustee Scholarships for US and International Students for pursuing undergraduate degree level in the USA. Every year, Boston University welcomes about 20 outstanding students to the Trustee Scholars Program. Many of our current Scholars had perfect 4.0 grade point average in high school, and typically ranked in the top 5–10% of their class. Students are nominated by secondary […]