US

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The U.S. consists of fifty states covering a great swath of North America, with Alaska in the north-west and Hawaii stretching the nation’s total area into the Pacific Ocean. The country's capital is Washington, D. C. The most important Atlantic Coast cities are New York which is a global finance and culture centre, and the capital Washington, DC. Midwestern metropolis Chicago is popular for influential architecture and on the west coast, Los Angeles' Hollywood is well known for filmmaking. The world’s leading study destination for international students, the US boasts over 150 leading universities in the QS World University Rankings®.

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The United States of America is the most sought-after study destination in the world. Even more international students’ study in the USA than some other country, and for good reason. Even though many of the world's top institution reside in the US, in addition, there are over 4,000 other world-class universities offering a top-notch education that can lead to a successful career.

Here are few reasons why you should study in the US:

•    The United States of America offers quality education and unique curriculum.

•    US educational institutions place great significance on diversity, meaning classes will include students of all ages, religions, and countries of origin

•    International students in the US can work in a job on campus up to 20 hours a week.

•    English is the main language spoken in the US and all programs are taught in English. Students can develop their skills and be more appealing to employers.

•    The US boasts of world-class institutions of higher learning offering advanced research and amazing innovation.

  • The university application process in the US is a little different from the application process that you will see in other parts of the world. There are a great number of things that you need to consider when you are applying to colleges and/or universities in the United States, and we will provide you with an overview of each of them. 

  • Entry requirements for every university are different, but most require completing an admissions test or essay, the SAT or ACT admissions tests, and providing recommendations from teachers. In addition to this, most universities ask for a transcript of your grades and a personal statement.

  • U.S Universities have two intakes for admission purposes, which are Fall and Spring semesters. Fall semester starts at the end of August and ends in December or early January whereas the Spring starts in January and ends in early May.

  • The majority of students apply for the Fall intake as their Undergraduate program ends in June and Fall semesters start in September which makes it convenient for Higher education except they break-off from the normal pattern for specific reasons like work experience or personal issues.