A Community of International Scholars
NC State is a national center for research, teaching, and extension. Our graduate education program has stood for quality for over a century.
North Carolina State University recognizes the importance of common global concerns and acknowledges the interdependence of nations and peoples throughout the world. We support a wide array of cooperative academic, research, and public service programs that allow our faculty, staff, and students to address international political, social, and economic problems. We also sponsor a variety of study abroad opportunities and international activities.
Currently, there are graduate students from over 85 different countries pursuing degrees at NC State. These international scholars play an important part in our academic community. They bring a new perspective to their area of study, open new doors for research, and help spread NC State's reputation for excellence around the world.
International Student Services
Because most international graduate students are in the U.S. for the first time and are often away from their family and friends, we work hard to make sure they feel at home once they enroll. We make the transition easier by offering services to help with immigration issues, application requirements, and beginning the process of becoming a graduate student at NC State.
For more information on international student programs and services:
- Visit the Office of International Services, which assists students and visiting scholars with immigration regulations and University policies and procedures. It also sponsors social and networking opportunities.
- Review the activities of the Office of International Affairs. OIA sponsors a variety of international activities and adds a global perspective to NC State's educational and research endeavors.
- Join some of our international student organizations and learn about other students here at NC State as well as their countries of origin.