Study in USA

What would it mean to have an American university listed on your resume? Why would potential employers pause and take notice of your education credentials from the United States?

It would mean that you have advanced English language skills and valuable intercultural experience.
They would know that you received in-depth instruction, learned to problem-solve and have knowledge of modern practices within your field.

It would mean that you have more opportunities.
There is a wide range of schools, countless areas of study and specialty degrees.

If you are interested in studying business, you are not relegated to just general study, but can choose from many concentrations: accounting, marketing, international business, business management, business administration, or finance.
(There are many more!) This type of specialty study is available at the undergraduate, graduate and doctorate level, too.

One option you may not be aware of is studying at a community college, which is a two-year school in which you can begin your university study.
You can complete the first two years of your bachelor’s degree at a community college and then transfer your credentials to a four-year university.
This is extremely common in the USA.
Community colleges offer lower tuition costs, smaller class sizes and more personal attention.
Many community colleges also offer intensive English language programs.

Or, you can begin your studies at a four-year university or college.
The variation and number of choices reflects the diversity and enormity of the U.S.
You can study at a large public university or college.
If you prefer a more intimate campus and a smaller community, you may choose a small private university.

U.S. universities and colleges may differ from those in your home country in several ways.
For one thing, small class sizes are very common. There may be as few as 10 to 20 students in a class, giving you the personal attention you need in order to succeed.
While in class, students are encouraged and expected to contribute to the discussion. Professors meet with students in their offices or even share coffee or meals with them.
The close relationship between students and faculty serves to motivate students and fosters a personal approach to the curriculum.
Studying in the U.S. gives you the opportunity to gain a mentor in your given career field, an invaluable resource.

You may be surprised at your professors willingness to challenge authority.
Academic freedom is one of the hallmarks of a U.S. university.
You will notice different perspectives on instruction.
Here, students are trained to observe and analyze a problem, then solve it.
You will be expected to listen to your classmates and challenge their points of view.
The goal is pragmatic, so that you will gain confidence and the ability to organize and present an argument.

The United States is the leader in many areas of technology and research.
While studying here, you will be exposed to advanced technology and research. You may be fortunate enough to meet, and even study, with the leading scholars in your chosen field.
Why not study with the best?