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Study in Cleveland

: We maximize your chance of getting admitted to your chosen universities

The smart alternative to applying direct for a degree in Cleveland and the easy way to find programs that match your eligibility and aspirations

Why study in Cleveland?

Cleveland is a major American city in the US state of Ohio. It’s located along the beautiful Lake Erie and is home to a rich diversity of people and cultures. Cleveland is steeped in history, character, and charm.

The city is known for its musical heritage, sports scene, and natural beauty. There’s lots for international students to experience in Cleveland including famous landmarks, fashionable cultural districts, lush nature sites, and lively events.

Getting around Cleveland is easy, thanks to the city’s super convenient transport facilities. Bus and taxi services are abundant, and students can fly to other American cities from the airport, perfect for budding explorers.

There’s something for everyone to enjoy in Cleveland. There are many restaurants, bars, cafes, entertainment venues, and shopping outlets to explore. The local community is close-knit, so making friends is very easy in the city.

Universities in Cleveland

How we maximize your chance of getting admitted

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    Filter 10,000s of programs down to a shortlist perfect for you, where you have a strong chance of getting admitted

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    Complete our application form and only answer the same question once no matter how many programs you apply for

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