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Minnesota Higher Education for International Students

Minnesota welcomes international students! International students enhance the learning environment for all by bringing new global perspectives to the classroom. About 10, 900 international and foreign-born students enroll at Minnesota postsecondary institutions each year. Of these students, 4, 120 attended the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities, the state's leading academic research institution. Minnesota was the 18th most popular destination in the United States for foreign-born students.

From urban to rural, big to small, public to private, Minnesota's colleges and universities offer you a variety of choices. Minnesota is home to more than 175 public and private postsecondary institutions that enroll more than 415, 000 undergraduate and graduate students each year.

Minnesota adults rank among the top U.S. states on college degree attainment. The state also has one of the highest high school graduation rates in the nation. Your learning options abound in Minnesota:

About the State of Minnesota

Minnesota is in the north central United States near the geographic center of North America, and is 575 kilometers west of Chicago, borders Lake Superior and is the starting point of the Mississippi River. Minnesota gets its name from the Native American (Sioux) word minisota, meaning "water that reflects the sky."

The Minneapolis/St. Paul International Airport (MSP) is among the busiest airports in the United States, serving 14 countries with direct non-stop service to and from Asia and Europe.

The state is known as the "Land of 10, 000 Lakes" and is recognized for its abundant natural beauty, cultural attractions, recreational resources and thriving economy. People in Minnesota enjoy four seasons-sunny summers, beautiful autumn colors, snowy winters and lush green springs-and spend much time outdoors hiking, biking, canoeing, skiing, fishing and more. The Mississippi River begins its 2, 500-mile journey at Lake Itasca in northern Minnesota; and Lake Superior, the world's largest freshwater lake, forms the northeast border of the state. Minnesota has more than 144, 500 kilometers of shoreline: more than the states of California, Florida and Hawaii combined. Professional Digital Light Meter LX821 for Greenhouse, Hydroponics, Gardening, Architecture, Lighting Audits
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You have not mentioned what you intend to study.
You usually need a Bachelors degree to do a Masters degree.
As an international student you will not pay low tuition fees.

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