The U.S. offers so many great cities, it’s tempting to switch states without considering other countries. But don’t rule out studying abroad just yet! After all, international study is an unforgettable experience, and a great way to show prospective employers you’ve got the communication skills, adaptability and international experience they want.
Below is a breakdown of how top US cities compare to leading overseas destinations, based on the latest edition of the QS Best Student Cities, compiled by the company behind the QS World University Rankings® and the QS World Grad School Tour—coming soon to Los Angeles on Saturday, September 17th. Not surprisingly, New York City is number one. Read more.