Study and Work in the U.S. with the TOEFL iBT® Test

The United States is a top destination for international students and professionals. With a diverse range of educational institutions and a thriving job market, the U.S. offers endless opportunities for those with the TOEFL iBT scores.

Why study in the United States?

  1. World-renowned universities and colleges.
  2. Home to 9 of the world’s top 20 universities – the Ivy League universities*.
  3. Varied academic programs and research opportunities.
  4. Cultural diversity and rich experiences - Students can interact with people from different backgrounds and learn about various cultures, enhancing their global perspective.
  5. Scholarship opportunities – Many U.S. universities offer scholarships and financial aid to international students, including merit-based and need-based options making education more accessible.
  6. Many job openings in global and diverse cities – robust job market and internship possibilities**.

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Why choose the U.S. and TOEFL iBT?

  • Accepted by 100% of U.S. universities.
  • Preferred by 9 out of 10 U.S. universities***.
  • More TOEFL iBT scores are submitted to U.S. schools than all other English proficiency tests combined.****

Additional Information

Before you can apply for your U.S. student visa, you’ll need to be accepted by a study program at an accredited American institution, which will require you to prove your English proficiency with a test like the TOEFL iBT test.

Once you've applied, you’ll need to:

  • travel to your nearest U.S. Embassy or Consulate for a face-to-face visa interview before it's issued.
  • provide proof that you can financially support yourself while studying in America.
  • demonstrate that you have sufficient reason to return home after your studies are over.

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*** Source: Survey of 94 admissions officers at U.S. universities who accept both TOEFL iBT®and IELTS® scores and who expressed a preference.
**** Source: Survey of 329 admissions officers at U.S. universities.