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Study in the USA

Study in the USA

Posted on 7 years ago

International students prefer USA to any other country, and that too for good a reason. A large portion of the world’s leading institutions are in America, and as if to serve them, there is an incredible 4,500 colleges and universities, providing excellent education that always leads to the success of your career.

Why should you study in USA?

America is undoubtedly, the most popular destination for international students from around the world.

More foreign students study in this country than all other countries in the world. Right now, there are around 750,000 of them. Here are a few reasons why.

Highest-ranked universities in the world!

The US has a well-established, first-rate tertiary system of education. As per the Times Higher Education World University Rankings of 2013-2014 America has a remarkable 7 out of 10 of the top universities in the world. In fact, 76 out of the top 200 universities in the world are in USA.

Diversity of culture, geography, and institutions

Due to the immense size of USA and the prevalence of a lot of institutions, the country is the ideal fit for all types of students. There are enormous and extensive campuses that resembles individual cities small, as also small intimate campuses that are more like a group close friends. Snowy plains, tropical islands, the Grand Canyon, dry deserts, California, New York City are all part of the diversity. Whatever the course you wanted to study, you can be sure that you can find it in USA.

Campus life in America

If you choose to live in a campus in USA, you can get the rare opportunity to enriching your own educational experience as well as meet many new friends. However, if you like to live away from the campus, you are free to do so. American universities provide an extensive range of academic, athletic and cultural activities. Many universities have a several sporting teams, besides fraternities and ethnic or regional clubs.


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