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Study in Las Vegas

All the information you need about studying in Las Vegas as an international student.

Why study in Las Vegas?

Located in southern Nevada, Las Vegas is known for its hotels, casinos, and nightlife — but there’s more to it than that. Las Vegas is near to many canyons, valleys and lakes which are great for hiking and adventure sports. Las Vegas’ airport can offer flights across the US and even the world due to its popularity as a tourist destination; this is perfect for international students wanting to do some traveling during their time abroad.

Aside from the famous strip, Las Vegas offers all the comforts of any city, including great bars, restaurants and cafes. Student-specific facilities can be found on the campuses of the many universities located in the city. Walking around Las Vegas can take a lot of time, but getting around town can be done on the public bus system known as The Deuce.

Universities in Las Vegas

The main university located in the city of Las Vegas is the College of Southern Nevada, which is the third largest community college in the US in terms of student numbers.

There are also specialist institutions in the city focusing on medicine and culinary arts. In the surrounding areas of the city are a number of campuses for other universities.

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How to study in Las Vegas

Each Las Vegas institution will have its own process and requirements for applying to programs. This will include an English language proficiency test like TOEFL, unless you have previously studied in English.

An important aspect of studying as an international student in the USA is ensuring you have an F1 student visa arranged. Once you have accepted an offer to study at a university you can begin the process of applying for a visa.

What to study in Las Vegas

Las Vegas institutions offer a wide range of qualifications including bachelor's, master's and doctoral degrees.

Cost to study in Las Vegas

Tuition fees in Las Vegas can range between $25,000 - $35,000 a year, with public institutions being cheaper than private.

Las Vegas is cheaper for accommodation than other large cities in the US such as New York and Washington, however other living costs such as utilities can be a similar price.

Key facts of Las Vegas

  • 93/49°F Summer/winter temperature
  • 3 Universities
  • 640,000 Population
  • USA Country