So, now that you know, why should you care.
But the benefits continue beyond just choosing where you want to study. Once you are studying in the U.S., you can look for:
- internships related to STEM fields.
- STEM research opportunities.
- conferences specifically for STEM students.
Your options are endless.
According to the 2017 Open Doors Report, there were more than 1 million international students studying in the U.S. during the 2016-17 school year. Of this more than 1 million students, 48% were studying STEM degrees. So, almost half of all international students studying at U.S. universities were studying a degree related to science, technology, engineering, or math.
If you have any doubts about applying – don’t. We know that deciding to study internationally is not an easy one, but you are not alone. These numbers show that there are many programs that may fit your interests.
Not sure the exact major you would like to study? Check out the official list of STEM degrees currently approved by U.S. Immigration.
If you are interested in studying science, technology, engineering, or math in the U.S., contact us today to get started on your application!