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StudyMississippi is a consortium of accredited educational institutions in the U.S. State of Mississippi whose purpose is to connect international students and professionals with quality Mississippi e...
StudyMississippi is a consortium of accredited educational institutions in the U.S. State of Mississippi whose purpose is to connect international students and professionals with quality Mississippi education and training. Members include high schools, community colleges, public and private colleges and universities, and professional English language schools.
StudyMississippi institutions offer thousands of undergraduate and graduate degrees and are found in rural, suburban and urban settings. StudyMississippi is supported by the Mississippi Development Authority, U.S. Commercial Services, and the Mississippi World Trade Center.
At the heart of the south lies a state where the sun always shines, the people are friendly, and picturesque sceneries never end. It's the great state of Mississippi. This state's all-American charm attracts students from all over the world. Over the past decade, thousands of international students have gone to study in Mississippi, fascinated by the state's interesting history, remarkable culture, and impressive academics.
Located in the "Bible Belt" of the country, the state allows international students in Mississippi to get a taste of the American southern lifestyle. With a population of nearly three million people, Mississippi is surrounded by the states of Tennessee (to the north), Arkansas (to the northwest), Louisiana (to the southwest), and Alabama (to the east); it is bordered by the famous Mississippi river, the country's largest river that runs from Minnesota down to the Mississippi Delta and ends in the Gulf of Mexico. The state is almost entirely composed of lowlands and has many rivers and lakes. More than half of the entire state is covered in forests, which explains why Mississippi's nickname is the Magnolia State. International students who study in Mississippi can enjoy the temperate, subtropical climate of this southern state.Mississippi State Guide
Study Abroad at Mississippi State University: Orlando Velázquez from Tecnológico de Monterrey Campus Chihuahua, Mexico recounts his US Study Abroad experience at Mississippi State University, the largest public university in Mississippi.
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