This chapter compares bullying experiences among university students between four countries and aims to provide an understanding of the cultural features that might affect these experiences. It starts by providing a summary of the results from a cross-cultural survey conducted among undergraduate students in Argentina, Estonia, Finland and the United States. The chapter continue discussing the ways in which the current cultural, political, historical and economic status and challenges in each country might explain the cross-cultural differences and similarities detected in students' bullying experiences in higher education. The chapter reviews findings from a cross-cultural study that demonstrates that bullying is a prevalent phenomenon among young adults at universities. It discusses significant similarities and differences across countries regarding its prevalence and nature. It also discusses how some cultural differences and similarities might explain the variation in university students' experiences of bullying in the four countries examined by sharing the cultural experiences and theoretical understanding from different disciplines.