STUDY IN ARIZONA
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Study in Arizona, and find the best universities in Arizona.
When thinking of Arizona most people think about wide open spaces, magnificent sunsets and a majestic place called the Grand Canyon. But Arizona is not just about beautiful scenery, this southwestern US state has so much more to offer.
With many Hollywood films, particularly Westerns, being filmed in Arizona, the area has a rich cultural legacy. Its history includes that of the Navajo Indians, and to the northeast of the state lies the world famous Monument Valley.
Arizona has borders with Utah, New Mexico, Nevada and California, which are all easily accessible, as well as a 390-mile border with Mexico. This variety means that Arizona’s culture is diverse and fascinating – the perfect location in which to take up an undergraduate degree.
Study in Arizona?Arizona has a wide variety of undergraduate degrees, across a wide selection of public and private universities.
If you are looking to study on an undergraduate course in Arizona, you may first want to consider the three public universities that call the state home. They are:
- Arizona State University (Pheonix)
- Northern Arizona University (Flagstaff)
- The University of Arizona (Tucson)
Immigration and visasBefore travelling to the USA to study in Arizona, you will need to apply for a non-immigrant visa.
The most common kind of student visa is the F-1 visa, which entitles the holder to study at any US accredited college or university.
To apply for a student visa to study a degree in Arizona, you will need to fill out an application form (found on the US Embassy website) and send appropriate documentation, such as evidence of financial standing and proof of university acceptance and academic qualifications, as well as possibly attending a visa interview at the US Embassy in your home country.
Accommodation and living costsMost international undergraduates going to study in Arizona stay in university accommodation, which allows you to meet fellow students and settle into campus life. Many halls of residence include gym facilities and recreational areas.
In order to sustain their independence, however, many students choose to live in private accommodation. This means you will rent from a landlord and will probably be responsible for paying for utilities such as water and electricity. Your chosen university should be able to advise you on how to rent a private flat.