Why study in North Dakota?

Enjoy the beautiful natural scenery, wide open lands, historical sites, museums, and natural treasures. Take full advantage of four seasons ranging from fun winter sports to summer activities under sunny skies. Breathe clean air in one of the least polluted states in the US. So why study in North Dakota? To get an impression, check out this video about the aviation study at the University of North Dakota:

With very low crime rates, North Dakota is one of the safest states in the US. The low cost of living combined with the relatively small cities gives you the opportunity to experience stress-free city life.

North Dakota educational institutions offer some of the lowest tuition and fees. The colleges and universities encourage international enrollment and offer international programs promoting diversity, open-mindedness, tolerance, and respect for cultural differences.

Advantages of studying and living in ND
• Safety
• Low cost of education and living
• High standard of education
• Personal learning experience
• Friendly environment
• Low pollution
• Campus employment opportunities
• Low unemployment rate
• Four seasons
• Cultural sites and natural scenery and great fishing opportunities

Check out these testimonies by students from across the globe:

Pursuing my bachelor’s degree at Minot State has been one of the best decisions I have made in my entire life. I’m in the process of achieving my childhood dream of becoming a medical doctor as I have chosen chemistry as my major and applied statistics as my minor.  The faculty at MSU are by far some of the best, if not the best, that I have encountered in all my years of schooling; they are ever so ready to aid in my success in any way they can.  But I know I must be willing to work hard too. I have grown in my social skills due largely to my experience at MSU. All the resources a student needs to succeed academically and socially are present. Here at MSU, a student really is seen and heard. (Hannibal Brock, Ghana)

Why go to college? Dale J. Stephens, the founder of UnCollege, urges high school students to take college as a guided path to success. We all want to be successful. For me, Mayville State University is not only a pathway to success. It is, more importantly, an institution that cares about me, that supports me in reaching my personal goals. Take also a look at this post about what’s up in Eddy County, ND. I have experienced this personalized care and attention to a great extent. I am an international student who has found her path to success through Mayville State University’s unique education as well as encouraging and compassionate personnel. I invite you to join me in my experience. (Julia Junge Berge, Germany)

Jamestown College has offered me elite levels of education and assistance in achieving my potential. Through a free tutor system for students, and professors who go far and beyond the level of expectation in terms of guiding students, we are able to achieve far beyond our own expectation and this is in no small part down to the infrastructure and mindset in place. As an international student, it is imperative that there is a strong system to help with the transition from a foreign high school.  Jamestown College has done this flawlessly for my personal development over the previous 12 months. (Thomas Hooke, United Kingdom)