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Study in Orlando

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

Why study Orlando?

Famous as the home to various theme parks, Orlando is one of the largest cities in the US state of Florida. As well as attracting a huge number of tourists every year, Orlando welcomes thousands of students into its friendly community.

Orlando’s downtown offers a gentler pace of life where you can enjoy a rich arts scene and picturesque gardens. It features tree-lined neighborhoods, with a wide range of restaurants and cocktail bars too.

Orlando International Airport connects the city with the rest of the world, making it easy to get home or travel across the country. The nearby city of Tampa is just an hour and a half away by car, or the party city of Miami is around four hours away.

Universities in Orlando

The city’s impressive array of two and four-year colleges make Orlando a hub of higher education. You’ll find a mix of public and private institutions offering a diverse range of programs.

What to study in Orlando

By studying in Orlando, you’ll have almost any program you can think of at your fingertips. The options really are endless, but some of the most popular majors include engineering, business, economics, marketing, and psychology.

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How to study in Orlando

Every university in Orlando will have a different admissions process, so you’ll need to apply to each one individually. As a basic rule, you must have finished your secondary education and meet the entry requirements of your chosen institution.

If you’re hoping to take an English-taught program, your university might ask for proof of your language proficiency. Most institutions accept the TOEFL and IELTS tests, but some may have their own examinations.

Once you’ve received a formal admissions letter from your university, you can start applying for your US student visa. The F1 visa allows you to remain in the country for the entirety of your program.

Cost to study in Orlando

The tuition fees you pay will depend on where and what you choose to study. However, most international students pay somewhere between $18,000 and $25,000 per year on a bachelor’s program.

The cost of living in Orlando is much cheaper than in other major US cities like New York, San Francisco, Boston, or Washington. It’s sensible to budget around $10,000 for housing each year, and then factor in your food, transport, and school supply costs.

Key facts of Orlando

  • 84/60°F Summer/winter temperature
  • 1,964,000 Population
  • 12 Universities
  • USA Country