Best Places to Study Abroad: The Ultimate Guide

These are hands-down the best places to go study abroad right now. What are you waiting for? Start packing! We’ve broken down the list in US and UK, just to make it easier.

Best places to study in the US:

  1. University of California, San Diego, California (UCSD) – Ranked 80th best student city in the world, San Diego has that unbeatable California weather, and is home to UCSD, part of the circuit of California universities, that provide excellent education at a great price. San Diego is also an affordable city to live in, especially considering it is on the West Coast.
  2. University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania – Philadelphia is one of the most historic towns in America, it is also crazy affordable to live in, and is home to some of the top universities in the country; making it a great student town.
  3. Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, Georgia – Southern charm meets city allure in Atlanta. Home to some of the biggest companies in the US, as well as one of the top schools for Engineering and Computer Science; Atlanta is a great option for professional prospects, quality of life at a lower price point, and a world-class education.

Best Places to study in the UK:

  1. University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, Scotland – Charming, historic, and breathtakingly beautiful, Edinburgh is home to one of the top schools in the world, with a cheaper price point (both for tuition costs and accommodation expenses).
  2. University College London, London, England – Ranked as one of the best schools in the city, this public school has everything from research labs, to art galleries, and libraries for every major. Plus, it’s in London, need we say more?
  3. University of Warwick, Coventry, England – Located in one of the most affordable student cities in the UK, the University of Warwick is well known world-wide for its quality education, and for being a great value for its price.