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Study in Phoenix

Experience the unique culture and natural beauty of Phoenix, the largest city in America’s southwest. Located in Arizona, the “Valley of the Sun” has incredible weather year-round and over 300 days of sunshine annually.

 
 

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Arts capital

Phoenix is a major city, so you’ll find plenty of cultural venues and events. It has a professional orchestra, a ballet company and 2 opera companies. The Phoenix Art Museum houses the Southwest’s largest collection of visual art from around the world. A visit to the Heard Museum is a great way to learn about the traditions, culture and history of 22 regional American Indian tribes.

Arizona nature

Stunning natural wonders

In Phoenix, you’re never far from beautiful parks and scenic vistas. 85% of Arizona is public forest, park land and Native American reservations. Enjoy the views from the top of Camelback Mountain, or along the Desert Botanical Garden’s walking trails. Drive north to visit Sedona, Flagstaff, and the famous Grand Canyon, one of the 7 natural wonders of the world.

Phoenix sports paradise

Get sporty

Phoenix boasts a wide range of outdoor activities, including hiking, rafting and golf. You’ll also be just a few hours away from excellent skiing and from the beaches of California and Mexico. Phoenix is home to several professional sports teams, including the Arizona Cardinals (American football), Phoenix Suns (basketball), Arizona Diamondbacks (baseball), Phoenix Rising (soccer) and Arizona Coyotes (ice hockey).

Phoenix southwestern culture

Southwestern culture

Experience Arizona’s unique heritage, a blend of Spanish colonial, Native American, and Mexican cultures and traditions. Visit the pueblos, cliffside dwellings and rock paintings to learn more about the area’s fascinating early history. The local cuisine also reflects many cultures, and is known for its delicious and fiery flavors.

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