Being a diverse country, the United States of America has been home to many students from different races and ethnicities, particularly students from India. For decades, the country has been one of the top choices for Indian students for its high-quality teaching, diversity, and welcoming culture. According to the Times Higher Education Global University Rankings, 50% of the leading 50 world universities are from the US, with 8 of them positioned in the top 10. Approximately 193,124 Indian students were studying in the US during the 2019-20 academic year. In fact, through both Republican and Democrat administrations, one thing has always remained constant – America’s reputation as a leader in global Higher Education.
The USA has a special allure and has always been drawing talented students like a magnet. Studying abroad in an American university will allow for invaluable academic, professional, and personal growth and open up an infinite number of career opportunities after graduation. According to the Association of International Educators NAFSA, International education advances learning and scholarship, fosters understanding and respect among people of diverse backgrounds and perspectives, is essential for developing globally competent individuals. It is for these reasons, American universities are keen to make sure that their student bodies are drawn from talented people across the world, including India.
Indian students continue to choose the United States as their top destination for study, strengthening decades of cultural and educational ties between India and the US. Keeping the academic success rate and cultural integration of Indian students in mind, we at Higher Education Digest have come up with “10 Must-Watch Universities and Colleges in the US for Indian Students”, which has been a testament to how much students enjoy studying at the study centres of the US Universities, who are striving to deliver an exceptional academic and student experience.
|Berklee College of Music
|Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism
|New York City
|Fox School of Business
|Harrisburg University of Science and Technology
|Penn State’s College of Information Sciences and Technology
|Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology
|Ross School of Business
|UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television
|West Texas A&M University’s College of Engineering