List of Useful Websites

These sites allow you to search for colleges and universities in the United States, based on criteria such as location, majors, enrollment, and cost:

When you take the PSAT test (in October of Grades 10 and 11), you receive a personal Online Access Code, printed on your score report. Go to and create an account, using this access code. The free online resources available will (a) help you understand your PSAT scores, (b) improve your skills in critical reading, mathematics, and writing, (c) raise your SAT scores, (d) learn about related careers, (e) search for colleges in the U.S., and even (f) take a personality test.

These sites are designed specifically for students at international schools:

Here are sites for specific countries, designed for international school students:

United States:
New Zealand:

These sites provide advice for students interested in particular subjects:

Business, Economics, and Law:
Media, Arts, and Design:
Science, Engineering, Computing, and Technology:
Liberal Arts, Social Sciences, and Humanities:
Medicine and Health Sciences:
Hospitality and Tourism:

International Student Life, including blogs by students at universities all over the world:

This site provides direct links to all English-medium undergraduate degree programs at every university in the European Union (EU), including 27 countries:

This site provides direct links to the home pages of universities and colleges in every country of the world:

This site provides direct link to the home pages of every university and college within the United States:

Here are some other informational sites:

For the United States:
U.S. News: Best Colleges
Princeton Review Online
College Answer

For Britain:
British Council: Tōkyō office
University and College Admissions Service (UCAS)

For Canada:
Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada
Canadian Education Association
Canadian Universities and Colleges
Scholarships in Canada

When you plan to visit universities and colleges: