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Study in the U.S.

An American Education for International Students

When you enroll in Franklin University and study in the United States, you’ll gain a unique perspective on U.S. culture, studies, and daily life. 

At the University’s Main Campus, located in the heart of Columbus, Ohio, the 14th largest city in the United States, you’ll learn with -- and from -- classmates who, as working adults, share their professional, real-world work experiences as part of your classroom experience. 

At Franklin’s Urbana University Branch Campus, located in Urbana, Ohio, you’ll enjoy a more traditional, small-town college experience, complete with on campus housing, student organizations and athletics.

Internationally Focused

Get specialized support from a team dedicated to international students.

Respected American Degree

Earn a high-quality American degree from an accredited university.

Competitive Cost

Get more for less at our student-focused, nonprofit university.

Hear From Our International Students

Get the academic freedom and flexibility you need to pursue your undergraduate or graduate degree. At Franklin University, our diverse programs and international student services make it easy for you to achieve your educational goals, expand your cultural experience, and study in the U.S. or abroad.

F-1 Eligible Programs

As an F-1 student, you can earn your college degree at Franklin University and tailor your U.S. studies to fit your personal preferences and learning style. Degree programs available to students planning to apply for F-1 status are listed below.

Not an F-1 international student? A number of additional academic programs may be available to you. Visit our Degrees section to view all our academic offerings.

Franklin bachelor’s degree programs available to F1 students:

Franklin master’s degree programs available to F1 students:

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Urbana F-1 Programs

Immerse yourself in your studies and in small-town life at Urbana University, a branch campus of Franklin University. Located about an hour from Columbus, Ohio, you can live and learn on Urbana’s 130-acre campus in America's heartland. With personalized attention from faculty and numerous opportunities to participate in campus activities, you’ll be part of a close-knit community that cares about your educational experience.

Urbana bachelor’s degree programs available to F-1 students:

Students interested in F-1 programs at Urbana should visit the Urbana website to learn more about the admission process or to apply for admission.

Franklin OISP Support

Earning your degree in the States or online can be a bit overwhelming if you’re an international student. Franklin University helps make the transition a little easier, thanks to the international student support services of our Office of International Students and Programs (OISP).

OISP can help you with:

  • Obtaining and maintaining F-1 immigration status
  • Understanding travel requirements
  • Exploring work authorization options
  • Adjusting to life in the U.S.
  • Understanding your rights and responsibilities
  • Referring you to resources or other University offices, such as Academic Advising
  • Finding answers to questions by promptly responding to email and phone inquiries
  • Understanding your health insurance coverage
  • Identifying programs in which you’re eligible to enroll

Learn more about being an international student at OISP’s blog or at the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s Study in the States website.

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Learn more about the international student admission process.

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