Study in the USA

Home to half of the world’s top universities, the United States (US) is one of the most popular study destinations for international students. Over a million students from around the world study in the US every year, drawn to the high quality of education, highly accredited professors, and the high standard of living.

The US offers students the opportunity to get a world-renowned education from some of the highest ranked universities and colleges globally. More than 1,000,000 international students make the US their destination of choice to further their education. The majority of international students shared that receiving a degree from the US was a good investment, because of the returns both socially and culturally.

Top Reasons to Study in the USA

One of the biggest reasons students choose to study in the United States is the country’s reputation for renowned higher-education programs. Year after year, US universities continue to dominate university rankings. More than half of the top 20 universities are in the US according to Times Higher Education World University Rankings, ShanghaiRanking’s Academic Ranking of World Universities, and the QS World University Rankings. Harvard, MIT, and Stanford University consistently take the top three spots in all university rankings. 

Besides these well-known names, the US is home to many other prestigious universities and colleges that offer superior education and cutting-edge learning and research opportunities.

With over 4,500 US universities offering undergraduate degrees, students have a lot of study options to suit their interests and aspirations. Students at American colleges and universities can explore numerous different subject matters. In fact, they are expected to take different courses and explore their interests in their first two years of study before declaring their choice of major at the end of the second year.

Double Major: In a double major students combine two areas of study. They are expected to take the same number of courses in each respected major to qualify.

Major-Minor: In a major-minor students have a similar combination. The program with the lesser number of courses is considered the minor program.

Covering 10 million square kilometres, the US is the third largest country in the world. There are a number of different climate regions to explore making the US appealing to many international students. Some of the most popular states people choose to live in are California, New York, Texas, and Florida. The US is home to four distinct regions so students have the option to pick from a variety of climates. Within those regions, students have the opportunity to visit one of 62 national parks spanning across 28 states. Some of the most popular ones to visit are Yellowstone, Yosemite, the Grand Canyon, Zion, Bryce Canyon, Glacier, Sequoia, and Joshua Tree. Whether they want to experience the east coast charm, southern hospitality, or the bright lights of Hollywood, international students can find an area to live that suits them.

The US is a culturally diverse country. According to the Census Bureau, every 33 seconds an individual immigrates to the US. Americans speak over 300 languages throughout the country. The US has often been referred to as a ‘melting pot’ because of the vast cultural influences from Native Americans, Latin Americans, Africans, Europeans, and Asians. Customs will vary from region to region, make sure to experience all the traditions your region has to offer.

American degrees are recognised and respected globally. Students can choose to apply for work in the US with a Practical Training F1 visa, which they are eligible for 12 months of work post graduation, 36 months if studying a STEM designated program, or they can return to their home country. An American education will open many doors for them for job opportunities and employability.

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