Hear why these international students chose American University and what their experience is like so far.
Major: Data Science
"I would highly encourage and recommend all students across the globe to join this diverse and unique community at American University and be a part of it."
“Probably my biggest dream is to become a doctor. I want to help people, that’s why I’m here.”
Major: International Business
“I have the opportunity here to get to know people who are also international. I feel really lucky because we understand each other, our situations, and scenarios. We’re far away from home without our families, but I’m so glad that I met this group of people [...] sometimes we even teach each other our languages, so it’s a great culture exchange.”
Andre, El Salvador
Intended Major: Business Administration and Management
“I was applying to American University, and they gave me the option of American Access. It fit perfectly because I wasn’t so sure what I wanted to study, so it gave me the flexibility [...] I’ve decided to study business because I’ve learned from personal experience that I actually love to manage and create things. I would love to have an international company, and be able to go around the world.”
Intended Major: Economics and Econometrics
“I love the campus, it’s beautiful. I really like the quad and the facilities. After class, I like hanging around with my friends [...] We all live on the same floor. We help each other a lot, and support others when they need it. I even got to teach two other Access students how to cook!”
“Before I came to American University, I thought I would only be with Chinese students, but with this program I made a lot of friends that come from different countries. We live together and communicate [...] the culture here is diverse.”
“I came to American University for several reasons. Washington D.C. is a great city. There are a lot of opportunities for finding an internship, communicating with native speakers, and lots of academic resources, while appreciating great beauty and museums.”
One hour. That’s all it takes.
Applying to the American Access program can open a lot of opportunities for you at U.S. universities. All you need is just one hour.