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Learn to thrive in our diverse educational environment
In The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences at Arizona State University, our students are just as diverse as our academic programs. You’ll join a community of scholars who come from around the world, including India, Vietnam and Zimbabwe, for a high-quality educational experience. We understand coming to a new country for college can present significant cultural differences and challenges, which is why we strive to ensure all our students have access to the resources and opportunities they need to learn to thrive in our inclusive and supportive environment.
During your time at ASU, we encourage you to get involved, make meaningful connections and open yourself up to new experiences. Your opportunities are endless within our college and at the university. Whether you want to join a research initiative with a renowned faculty member, pursue an internship in your field of study or join an international student organization, there are countless ways to get involved and enrich your time as a Sun Devil.
According to the 2015 Open Doors Report on International Educational Exchange, Arizona has ranked as the No. 4 overall university for international students. In addition, the university has seen the largest percent increase in its international student population, hosting more than 11,000 students in 2014-15 – a more than 30% increase of growth. ASU is also a ranked as the top public research institution.
Tin Phan, a dual major in mathematics and physics, graduated in the spring of 2016. Originally from Quy Nhon, Vietnam, Phan found his calling through college mathematics. He conducted research in the Mentoring through Critical Transition Points initiative and decided to pursue mathematical biology, a combination of his passion for nature along with his skill in finding patterns and connecting ideas.
ASU alumnus Aditya Dhumuntarao graduated in May 2016 with dual bachelor’s degrees in mathematics and physics. Originally from India, Dhumuntarao found significant success during his undergraduate career as an international student. He earned the Charles Wexler Mathematics Prize, the Outstanding Physics Undergraduate Award and a National Science Foundation Graduate Fellowship.
University for international students (Open Doors, 2015)
Countries represented at the university
Clubs and organizations for international students