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Study in Scranton

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

Why study in Scranton?

Scranton is an idyllic city in the US state of Pennsylvania. It’s home to a population of around 80,000 people. Scranton has a rich history, a beautiful downtown region, and a diverse set of attractions. In short, Scranton is the perfect place for students.

There’s a lot for international students to enjoy in Scranton. The city has sprawling malls packed with unique stores and restaurants, delightful parks, lively social venues, and several museums - there’s plenty to keep you busy.

The locals welcome students with open arms and are always willing to help international students. The city is a beautiful melting pot, there are people from a range of backgrounds living there.

Scranton is around two hours away from New York City - perfect for an exciting day trip. The city also has a convenient airport, keen explorers can easily visit major American cities like Chicago, Atlanta, Detroit, and Philadelphia.

Universities in Scranton

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