United States of America

Are you thinking about studying abroad, but are not sure if the United States is right for you? Don’t go anywhere then! From the best universities in the world to the lively campus life and everything in between, the US has everything you could want in a study abroad destination.

5 Reasons

to study in the USA

1. Academic Flexibility

American universities offer a great deal of flexibility when it comes to academic programs. Students can choose from a wide variety of courses and majors (a field of study in which students specialise), and they are not required to declare their major until the end of their sophomore year. This means that students have the opportunity to explore different areas of interest and find the perfect match for their needs and goals without feeling pressured.

2. Exciting Campus Life

The United States is home to some of the most vibrant and diverse campuses in the world. There are over 4000 colleges and universities, each with its own unique culture and community. From small liberal arts schools to large state universities, there is something for everyone.

In addition, most American campuses offer a wide range of extracurricular activities, clubs, and organisations that cater to all interests. This is a great way to meet new people, explore new interests, and have fun while you’re studying.

3. Internationally Respected Education

There’s no doubt that American universities are some of the best in the world. In fact, 26 US universities made it into the top 100 rankings for 2022 according to the QS World University Rankings.

This is because United States institutions have incredibly high academic standards and follow rigorous practices to maintain quality. They also ensure that their students are prepared for life after graduation by offering study abroad programs, internships, and research opportunities to their students.

4. Support for International Students

When it comes to support, American universities are second to none. International students are welcomed with open arms and are given access to a wealth of resources that help them adjust to their new surroundings. This includes extensive orientation programs, as well as ongoing support throughout their studies. Thanks to this support, international students in America thrive both academically and socially.

5. Travel Opportunities

The United States is an immense country with so much to see and do. It’s like having 50 different countries in one since every state has its own culture, traditions, and natural beauty.

No matter what you’re looking for, there’s sure to be something for everyone in America! From soaking up the sun on the sandy beaches of California to exploring the history-packed streets of Washington D.C, there’s bound to be an adventure waiting for you.

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FUN FACTS about the USA

There’s a city named “Boring” in Oregon.

New York was once called New Amsterdam​.

The US doesn’t have an official language.

The current American flag was designed as part of a high school project.

The statue of liberty was a gift from France.

Important information*

US's academic year

August to December

January - May

Application Deadline

End of November

End of June


End of November

End of June

VISA Application

Requisites: Unconditional offer from university + tuition fees deposit to the university + evidence of English level + proof of funds.

Things you should know before studying in the USA

1. Be ready to put in the work

One of the things you should know before studying in US universities is that you’ll be expected to work hard. The workload can be heavy, and you’ll need to be prepared to put in the hours if you want to do well.
But don’t worry, it’ll all be worth it when you
graduate with your degree!

2. You need a student VISA

You’ll need a student visa to study in the United States. The application process can take several months, so make sure you start early and allow plenty of time for your application to be processed.

3. You’ll have more freedom

In US universities, students are not obliged to attend classes. Of course, attendance is highly encouraged if you want to do well, but if you do miss a class or two, it’s not the end of the world. So, as long as you can keep up with what’s being taught in class, you can manage your schedule more freely.

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