U.S. universities are opening a new round of study abroad opportunities for their students, but the options are limited to countries like Canada, Australia, and the United Kingdom.
Here’s what you need to know about them.1.
Canada The most popular destination for international students to study in Canada, which includes U.K., Australia, Canada, New Zealand, and a few other nations, has been the most popular of all.
With over 50,000 students from around the world studying in Canada each year, the country has become the third largest in the world after the U.N. and China.
Many international students also come to Canada for its proximity to major global hubs such as Toronto and Montreal, where they can learn and grow in a vibrant culture.2.
Australia Australia’s growing international population has created a shortage of international students, who tend to be drawn to Australia because of its high-tech, creative, and academic centers.
The country is home to nearly 6 million international students who come to study each year.
It has also become an ideal place for international graduates, many of whom come for graduate school programs, research and teaching.
The University of New South Wales offers a bachelor’s degree in international relations at the top of the list for internationals, according to the Australian Council of International Education.3.
New Zealand A growing number of students in New Zealand are choosing to study abroad because of the country’s welcoming environment and generous welfare benefits, such as tuition subsidies and the government’s work visa program.
The largest number of international student study abroad programs are in the country, with more than 200 programs at various stages of development, such the Auckland-based National University of Singapore, the University of Auckland, and many smaller universities.4.
Australia’s other two largest destinations, Canada and New Zealand share similar demographics and geographic location.
Both countries are known for their rich culture and rich universities.
The two countries are also both in the process of establishing an online degree system, which could lead to more opportunities for international graduate students.
Australia’s university system, known as the New Zealand Graduate Certificate in International Affairs, or NGGIAA, has grown in popularity in recent years.
In 2013, the government established a scholarship program for overseas students in Australia to help fund their education and help them find employment.
This program has grown from $25,000 in 2012 to $75,000 this year, according the NGGAA website.
Students can choose from six different programs that range from a one-year program for $2,000 to a three-year, full-time, four-year degree, and an associate degree.
The three programs are all available online and require a minimum of four years of study.
The first three programs include a four-month internship program and a four weeks of online coursework.
The final program, the full-day master’s program, requires a minimum five years of coursework and is designed to help students gain practical experience.
These programs are designed to prepare students for graduate studies, which are usually in the humanities, social sciences, or social work fields.5.
Australia is also home to a growing number or universities with programs in the sciences and arts.
For example, the National University has a program in arts and entertainment, and Melbourne University has one in the Humanities and Social Sciences.
Other institutions include the University College of New England, and University of Technology in Sydney.6.
Canada has been in the forefront of studying abroad in recent times.
Since 2012, the number of university programs in Canada has increased from 18 to 28.
This trend has been especially evident among international students.
In 2014, Canada’s government allocated a $10 million grant to help support research programs.
This year, it will also be providing another $4 million to support the creation of a new program for international and non-international students.