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Steps to Apply
You may submit an international online application if you meet the following criteria:
- You are NOT a citizen of the United States
- You are NOT a permanent resident, asylee or refugee of the United States
Meet Our Students
Hi, my name is Valon and I come from Kosovo! I am a junior, currently studying Finance at the University of Arizona.
I chose UA because of its outstanding environment in terms of academia, campus life, and the opportunities offered here. Being part of the University of Arizona is a distinctive experience.
UA offers a variety of activities that one can choose from. These activities include: outdoor adventures, sports, as well as clubs and organizations. I am a member of Honors Student Council, a club in which I get to meet distinguished students. I'm also involved with the Eller Professional Sales Club, where I get to learn more about B-2-B consultative sales. Additionally, I had the opportunity to work with a few friends and start a non-profit organization called “Eid for Joy,” whose mission is to deliver toys and happiness among underprivileged children in Tucson.
The University of Arizona is ranked as a top university both in sports and academia. It is a perfect environment for those who are looking to achieve their dreams.
Major: Deaf Studies and Interpreting
Major: Deaf Studies and Interpreting
Hi, my name is Damaris and I am from Quito, Ecuador! I am majoring in Deaf Studies and Interpreting. I am also a transfer student. I transferred to the University of Arizona last year from another school in the United States.
I chose UA because it has a great campus and the warm weather is also a plus! My favorite thing about UA is the recreation center. It is so big and enjoyable. You will want to go there every day!
Tucson is a college town so there are a lot of people around your age and there is always something to do. The University of Arizona is a friendly place where you can meet new people from all over the world. There are many student organizations that you can join where you can meet even more people!
For my sophomore year, I decided to live in a residence hall. I enjoy living on campus because I am close to my classes and the student union where I can buy food and school books. Living in the residence hall is a great college experience!
I made one of the best decisions coming to the University of Arizona!
I am Lu from Jiangsu, China. I am a junior at the Eller College of Management, majoring in Accounting.
The first time I came to Tucson, the University of Arizona impressed me with its sunny view. You will never have to worry about being trapped in the snow. The thing I like best about the campus is that you know who to turn to in case you encounter a problem or difficult situation; people at the University of Arizona are always helpful and friendly.
The superior undergraduate program at the Eller College of Management caught my attention, and I believe Eller could be the means through which I’d be able to become a Certified Public Accountant. If you are also academically interested in Accounting and Taxation, you might try working as a Certified IRS Tax Preparer for the impoverished and elderly with their tax returns.
One last thing you don’t want to miss out is taking the UA Tradition class! You will be surprised to learn how the campus has grown and all of the history behind every building on campus.
The University of Arizona encourages its students to learn and participate, while helping them develop both personally and professionally.