Why study in Miami?
Miami is world renowned as a party city, with a rich and diverse culture heavily influenced by Latin America. It’s tropical climate makes it one of the warmest cities in the US, boasting hot summers and mild winters.
International students can enjoy miles of sun kissed beaches, international cuisine and countless bars and clubs that stay open all night.
Universities in Miami
Miami is home to a wide range of colleges and higher education institutions, including well ranked universities. Many of the universities are located in or around the vibrant downtown area, close to beaches and all the attractions Miami has to offer.
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How to study in Miami
If you want to study at a university in Miami, you’ll need to apply directly to the institution of your choice. Entry requirements vary between programs and universities, so check exactly what they are before you apply.
If English isn’t your first language, or you haven’t studied in English before, you’ll also need to take a TOEFL iBT test. The university will use your test score to determine whether your English is good enough to study on their program.
Once you’ve been accepted onto a program in Miami, you’ll need to apply for your US F1 student visa.
What to study in Miami
You can study a wide range of programs in Miami, at bachelor’s, master’s or doctorate level. The proximity to the sea means that programs in marine science are popular. In addition, there are also institutions that focus on subjects like art, law, and nursing.
Cost to study in Miami
The cost of study in Miami will vary depending on the university you choose, or the program you want to study. As a rough guide, you can expect to pay between $25,000 and $35,000 per year on your tuition in Miami.
Miami is on average more expensive to live in than other areas of the US, with housing and accommodation being particularly expensive.
Key facts of Miami
84/68°F Summer/winter temperature