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Study in the US and Canada

A huge number of international students want to study in the US, and with good reason. Not only do US universities dominate the world rankings, the country also offers a huge range of exciting and iconic study locations. Meanwhile, northerly neighbor Canada has its own broad selection of internationally renowned universities and top student cities.

Click on the country flags below for our detailed guides to international study in the US and in Canada, including information about top universities in the US and Canada, popular student cities, applications, costs, visas and more…

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Top universities in the US and Canada

If you’re looking for the top universities in the US and Canada, you may want to take a look at the latest edition of the QS World University Rankings®. In the 2018 edition of the rankings, an impressive four of the top five places are claimed by US universities, with Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) ranked first in the world and Stanford University second. Other US universities included within the global top 10 are Harvard University (third), California Institute of Technology (Caltech) (fourth) and the University of Chicago (ninth).

Like its neighbor, Canada is also home to many of the world’s top universities, with four entries in the top 100: the University of Toronto (31st), McGill University (32nd), the University of British Columbia (51st) and the University of Alberta (=90th).

If you’re planning to study in the US or Canada, click on the flags above to visit our dedicated country guides, plus guides to studying in each US state.