International Student Admissions
With 1,000+ international students from 97 nations, UND offers a variety of cultural, recreational and academic programs.
We offer international students an experience like no other. You'll work with faculty that are experts in the field. You'll gain experience in research and hands-on learning. And, you'll become part of the UND family.
On campus, the UND International Center is here to help. They can answer questions you might have from academic support to student visas or American culture.
Paying for College
At UND, you'll find one of the best education values in the nation. It's our priority to help all students afford UND through financial aid, including scholarships and loans.
While many scholarships to U.S. schools seem to be only for U.S. citizens, there are some for which international and Canadian students are eligible. Contact the One-Stop Student Services and search the Scholarship Central.
Take the next steps to learn about opportunities to live, work and research on campus.
UND has 13 residence halls and over 850 on-campus apartments, giving you many options for living on campus.
Consistently ranked among America's best college towns, let this vibrant city on the western banks of the Red River surprise you.
From the new dining centers, fast food at the Union or a quick bite at convenience stores, there's everything on campus.
UND is a Carnegie Doctoral Research Institution with an international reputation for research and scholarship.
The state's premier university sits on 550 acres along the meandering English Coulee in the heart of this vibrant Midwestern city. Large trees, open green spaces and community gathering areas are the perfect spots to relax or study.View Campus Map
UND by the Numbers
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