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Do you want to spend a year studying in the USA?

Stand out from the crowd by studying for one academic year in the USA - discover your business and management skills and experience another culture at first hand ....

Study USA (SUSA) is a scholarship to study business related subjects at a US College for one academic year. The programme is administered by the Department for Employment and Learning and delivered by the British Council.

Study USA aims to equip Northern Irish students with international experience and essential business skills, and to raise the profile of Northern Ireland in the United States.
Study USA replaces the Business Education Initiative.

Study USA 2014-15 application deadline has now passed. DETAILS ON STUDY USA 2015 – 2016 WILL FOLLOW IN SEPTEMBER 2014.

Read a blog written by Queen's University student Páraic Rafferty. Páraic writes about his experience with the Study USA programme and spending a year at Bellarmine University in Louisville, Kentucky.

Prospective Study USA Students

Read on for important information on eligibility, procedures, funding and expenses.

 Current Study USA students
All you need to know about finance, travel essentials, life in the US and course requirements ....
Programme Alumni
Keep in touch with us and find out what your friends from the programme are up to now ...
 Contact local Study USA organisers
Access a list of local organisers across NI universities and colleges.
US Colleges
Access a guide to hosting a Study USA student, together with useful contacts and background information ...
Further Information
Contact staff at your own university or college, or email the Study USA team.
Phone us direct

Including code from outside UK/US
Patrick Black 01144 2890 192232
Helen McBride 01144 2890 192255
Tony Novosel 001-412-519-4713  pugachev@pitt.edu

SUSA Students Graduate in Style
Friday the 4th of October saw the Study USA class of 2013 graduate at a ceremony in the Belfast Harbour Commissioners Office. Read more here

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