The state of New York is located towards the Northeastern part of the U.S. It's also the third most populous state in the whole country. The estimated population of New York in the year 2017 was around 19.8 million. Albany is the capital of the state while New York City is the largest city. The summers and winters here in New York are extreme, although, during the Christmas time, the city is a spectacle to marvel! Winters here are cold and snowy while summers are humid and hot but people, however, visit New York all year long.
The city of New York is a major center for communications, finance, business and law on a global platform. It boasts a great range of financial institutions and international organizations including the United Nations, the NASDAQ, NY Stock Exchange, and a lot more. All of this combines in making this place a rich ambiance for all of the students seeking to take up careers like communications, or business or finance or any other or completing an internship here in various fields.
With nearly a crowd of 8 million that come from all kinds of background, cultures and ethnicities, studying or living in the New York City, the city thus remains one of the most densely populated cities, as well as a city which is very culturally influential, in the whole of U.S. As we talk about the universities and colleges, international pupils that are studying in the city of New York, have a lot of options and there are many private and public institutions for education to take a pick from. The state of New York is one of the only states in the U.S. to become a home to many Ivy League schools. The state hosts the esteemed Cornell University located in the lovely Finger Lakes region and also the famous Columbia University, which is nestled in the city of New York itself. There are plenty of Universities one can apply under, like the CUNY system - the City University of New York or the SUNY - the State University of New York system. Some popular university centers here are the Buffalo University, the Binghamton University, Stony Brook University etc. and also there are more than sixty technical, undergraduate and community universities and colleges in the state. Like for example, more than 6,400 international pupils from almost a hundred and forty countries come to pursue studies at the NYU every year.
Total expenses in the state of New York are quite competitive when it comes to other private and public universities, which are highly rated, across the U.S. The cost of study programs are normally just a little bit more than the costs of on-campus room, tuition and board (which is exclusive of any international airfare) plus in a few countries, the expenses, in fact, are less than they actually would be on the campus. The "study abroad" pupils pay the SUNY tuition (out-of-state or in-state, depends on the residency of the state of New York State) plus costs that vary from one program to another. Students enrolled at the SUNY campus normally get themselves registered on their home campus; this is for programs that are being provided at any other campus. Thus, they are successful in maintaining their residency as well as the eligibility for getting any financial aid. E.g., the SUNY tuition fee for bachelor's degree program, 2017
was approximately $9,000 (for in-state students) and $18,000 for non-residents.
Some of the major industries in the state of New York are related to the financial, media, legal, fashion, theatre, tourism and the advertising sectors.