Study abroad at Arizona State University
Located in America’s southwest, Arizona State University (ASU) is a diverse, highly ranked public research university. It offers students first-rate facilities, personalized support, and elite athletics. It is based over four Phoenix campuses and one location on the California state line.
ASU offers a wide variety of undergraduate majors and graduate programs, offered through 17 academic schools and colleges. They also offer pathway programs for international students that are designed to ease you into the American university experience, while receiving additional language and cultural support.
The University’s athletics teams are known as the Sun Devils, and their roster of 26 sports compete in NCAA Division I. ASU boasts more than 650 student-athletes, as well as a number of successful sporting alumni, including golfer Phil Mickelson.
Why study at ASU?
- Innovative university
ASU is ranked number one for innovation in the US (US News & World Report, 2019)
ASU is ranked number three in the world for excellence in employer-student connections (QS World University Rankings, 2020)
- Highly ranked
Arizona State is in the top one percent of universities worldwide (Times Higher Education World University Rankings, 2020)
Life as an international student
ASU has a truly international community, with more than 10,000 international students and scholars. The University’s International Students and Scholars Center (ISSC) is on hand to support you with things like immigration information, visa help, adapting to ASU, and cultural differences you might face.
If you are an international first-year undergraduate, you’ll live in a residential college on the same floor as students on your academic program. This means you’ll be able to make friends with the people you see every day, and be able to support each other with your studies outside of the classroom.
Getting involved in social activities on campus is a great way to integrate into life at university, and ASU offers more than 1,000 student clubs and organizations you can join. You can join clubs to learn something new or further explore something you love, and to make new friends.
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Fees and funding
- Undergraduate degree at Downtown Phoenix, Polytechnic, Tempe or West campuses
$31,200 – 33,000 per year
- Undergraduate degree at Lake Havasu campus
$10,368 – 12,168 per year
- ASU-USA Pathways(1 semester)
$14,300 – 15,600
- ASU-USA Pathways(3 semesters)
$37,016 – 38,316
- Master's in W. P. Carey School of Business (except MBA)
$49,488 – 60,738 full program
- Master of Global Management (Thunderbird School)
$70,000 full program
- Master’s in Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering
$44,350 – 57,000 full program
Arizona State University
Tempe, AZ 85281, United States
Arizona State University is "One university in many places" — five distinctive campuses throughout metropolitan Phoenix that create a federation of unique colleges and schools. They are all ASU, providing access to all the university's strength and innovation, yet each offers attributes and focuses to meet the needs of any learner.
- Downtown Phoenix Campus
- Tempe campus
- West campus
- Polytechnic campus
- Colleges at Lake Havasu City
Visa requirements for Arizona State University
Many international students will require a visa to study in the US, and this is a vital step of your study abroad journey. Make sure you understand the requirements you may need to meet before applying.USA student visa requirements