Imagine your world bigger. The State University of New York (SUNY) welcomes and supports students from all over the world. Of our nearly 445,000 total students, more than 22,000 are international students from 160 nations around the globe. Read on to find out why international students – like you – choose SUNY.
SUNY offers nearly 4,500 undergraduate degree and certificate programs. Do a search now to find your program of interest. Find programs in business, engineering, science, technology, math and many more areas.
Study at SUNY and work with world-renowned professors, researchers, Nobel Laureates and Pulitzer Prize winners. You can even check out SUNY's reviews from U.S. News and World Report, Princeton Review and Kiplinger's Personal Finance Magazine.
Every student who finishes a degree program at one of SUNY’s 64 campuses will receive a diploma from "The State University of New York." Think of the opportunities you will have with a qualification from one of the largest and most prestigious university systems in the world!
New York State is the World’s 11th largest economy. You will find everything you want in New York State – metropolitan cities, beautiful mountains, quaint rural villages, and world-class beaches. Find a perfect campus match based on your ideal living environment - urban or rural, small town or large city. Soon you’ll be joining us in saying "I LOVE NY."
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SUNY campuses offer a range of academic and social support services to assist students. For our international students, we offer help from the moment you step off the plane, to your first day on campus and throughout your studies.
SUNY is a public university system. We receive funding from New York State. Our tuition and fees are low, especially when compared to other universities in the U.S. Learn more about the cost to attend SUNY.
Your homework as a prospective international SUNY college or university student:
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