Choosing the Best Program for You
Useful College and University Search Engines, Web Sites
This section of our page will introduce you to college and university web sites, many useful search engines, as well as other information dealing with the application process to US schools. It will help you compile a list of education establisments you want to apply to or you can search for a particular school by name, major or by geographical position (state).
It has a substantial list of links to US university homepages as well good college search engines.
College Board On-line - College Search. This site provides College Board's description, not links, to homepages of undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral programs in and outside the US.
Undergradzone.com is a free service of Tech Publishing, Inc. This website was created to provide free information for students considering college. The site contains information regarding college interviews, financing, and articles on college life.
Search a database of 3,500 colleges and universities, take a virtual campus tour, complete or request applications on-line, or chat with other prospective students
The U.S. Journal of Academics is designed for non-U.S. students and professionals who want to learn more about U.S. universities, community colleges, English language programs, summer schools, internships and executive education opportunities. It has a database of around 100 schools.
Hobsons is a global company with 25 years' experience in educational publishing and marketing. In the United States, we are best known for our CollegeView and CareerView software and Web sites.
College e-mail addresses.
Peterson's Education Center: Graduate and Professional Study. Key word search engine of over 3000 degree programs. The database can also be accessed by searching via one's academic area or professional degree program. Peterson's provides its own description, not links to homepages.
International College and Universities Home Pages (alphabetical and geographical listing), maintained by Christina DeMello at MIT.
The National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) is a voluntary organization through which the nation's colleges and universities govern their athletics programs. It has a database can be used to determine the names, addresses, and phone numbers for athletic contacts at colleges and universities.
This Directory of graduate programs allows searches by subject of study. Includes institutions in and outside the U.S. and linkages to homepages. Has also a section on Distance Learning.
Information for studants with disabilities.
This site ranks undergraduate and graduate schools by quality of program and cost.
Business Week's best Business schools ranking, with profiles on top schools. Also provides rankings and profiles of Executive Business programs.
It has information on the application process to US colleges and universities.
Study in the USA is the education guide for international students. It has information on different programs: undergraduate, graduate, ESL, etc.
The Council for Higher Education (CHEA) is a private non-profit national organization that coordinate accreditaion activity in the US. The site has information on US colleges an duniversities accrediation.