One To World has partnered with 4stay to provide international students and interns access to affordable and verified housing options via 4stay’s off-campus housing booking platform.
4stay has partnered with over 500 public and private colleges, companies, and organizations to bring housing options to as many students, interns, and professionals as possible.
Save Thousands with Affordable Health Insurance
With the high cost of living in the US and even higher tuition bills, a great way to save between $2000-$6000 annually is to find alternative insurance plans and waive off university health coverage. One to World has partnered with Kimber Health, a leading agency dedicated to helping students find cheap and competitive health coverage options, allowing students to save thousands.
One To World is happy to partner with StudentUniverse to help you find special student discounts on flights around the world. StudentUniverse has exclusive deals with airlines to get you the lowest possible airfare. Use this page to search for the best deals! Please note that prices are based on the availability of seats on any given flight and therefore may change from day to day.
Rent Furniture from CORT
Traveling to the US to further your education and explore new cultures is exciting, but it can also be stressful. One To World has partnered with CORT to provide international students and interns access to affordable furniture to make their house or apartment a home away from home. Student rental packages start at $99/month, and you can find out more at cort.sjv.io/otw-resources.
International Student Survival Guide: New York City & Surrounding Areas
One To World is proud to publish this expanded edition of The International Student’s Survival Guide: New York Metro Area, an invaluable and proven resource for both newly arrived and long-term resident students and visitors in the region. This 2022-23 eBook edition is packed with practical information for newcomers who come to live in New York City or nearby New Jersey.
With this handy guide, readers learn how to find housing, open a bank account, practice their English, explore the area and make informed decisions about products and services as they get settled. If you’re interested in getting a copy of our e-book, you can reach out to your International Student Office, or place your own order here.
International students in the U.S. are required to file a tax return each year with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). You must file at least one form with the IRS, even if you do not earn income in the U.S. The good news is that if you overpaid tax, you will get a refund!
Filing Your Tax Return
You can use a U.S. tax preparer for international students such as Sprintax to guide you through the process of preparing and completing your U.S. tax return. We (and all other university staff) are not qualified or allowed to provide individual tax advice.
After you login to Sprintax, it will ask you a series of questions about the time you have spent in the United States and in which immigration status, looking back over a period of years. Sprintax will then determine your tax status. If it determines that you are a “nonresident alien” (NRA) for federal tax purposes, you can continue to use it to respond to a series of guided questions. Sprintax will complete and generate the forms you need to print, sign, and mail to the IRS (Internal Revenue Service). If it determines you are a resident alien for federal tax purposes, you won’t be able to continue using the software.
For more information, please visit Sprintax’s website. If you have any questions about Sprintax, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or talk to the friendly team at the 24/7 online chat help.
News & AdvocacyKeep up to date with international education news and updates, and learn more about how One To World supports international exchange and international students on our advocacy page.
International Student ProgrammingOur events offer a range of benefits to international students; From developing career skills to meeting new friends from the U.S. and abroad, check out our event calendar for it all! In addition to our monthly programs, we strongly encourage you to get involved in Global Classroom! Global Classroom provides international students an opportunity to lead interactive, curriculum-related presentations in New York City public schools about their countries and cultures as well as their academic disciplines. Global Classroom is a wonderful way to further Senator Fulbright’s message while learning more about the city from the perspective of its young people. We hope you’ll choose to get involved right away and help us in our efforts to bring the world into NYC schools!
Resources for Fulbright Grantees
US Department of State Website for Fulbright Program
Institute for International Education
Council for International Exchange of Scholars
World Learning: Fulbright Specialist Program
The Fulbright Association
Fulbright Student Program Blog
Fulbright Scholar Program Blog
To join the Fulbright Student or Scholar bi-weekly newsletter, please contact Marisa Silva, Director of Membership & Programs.
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