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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 Jingxing and I'm from Chongqing, China!
Studying psychology has been my dream since 8th grade. UA offered me a great opportunity to achieve my goals. There are many labs covering many subjects in the psychology department. Working in the lab will not only help you to successfully apply for graduate school, but it also provides you the opportunity to work with a professor while you are still an undergraduate student. If you have a dream, come here to fulfill it! Don’t have regrets later in life where you realize “I should have done that when I was in college!”
I have fulfilled many achievements both academically and socially at UA. For example, I volunteer in the Tucson community, work on campus in the Office of Admissions, and I work as a research assistant in a psychology lab.
The cost of living in Tucson is also affordable and you can find a variety of delicious restaurants from all around the world. Also, the weather is nice here, especially if you don’t like snowy winters. There won’t be any blizzards like on the east coast of the United States!
I have visited several colleges in the U.S. and I think UA has one of the prettiest campuses. The tall palm trees sometimes make you feel like you are away on a vacation. If you love turtles as I do, there is even a turtle pond on campus!
If you have a dream, follow it wherever it may lead; don’t let it fade away. The professional faculty and learning environment here will help you to achieve your goal.
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!
Hello, my name is Or Chay and I am from Netaim, Israel. I chose the University of Arizona because of three main reasons; the excellence in academics, the vibrant social life, and the scholarship opportunities the University offers to International students.
The thing I love the most about the University of Arizona is having the opportunity to get quality education with the best professors in the field and the great social life style the University provides.
HIKE HIKE HIKE! I was extremely surprised upon my arrival to see that Tucson is located in a valley surrounded my majestic mountains. Explore the nature around Tucson; it is beautiful and extremely unique. Tucson is one of the few places in the world where you can see saguaros, they are AWESOME.
I am personally very involved in the famous Greek life here at the University of Arizona. I joined Alpha Epsilon Pi during my freshman year and I can definitely recommend Greek life to new students. I have found a new family that served as my main anchor while studying here at the UA.