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  • Article Image How to Get Your U.S. Student Visa

    How to Get Your U.S. Student Visa

    Here are some guidelines to help make your student visa application process smooth and successful.

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  • Article Image Applying for Admission to a U.S. Program

    Applying for Admission to a U.S. Program

    Each U.S. university and college sets its own admission standards and decides which applicants meet those standards. Therefore, you must apply separately to each university or college.

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  • Article Image Learning English in the USA

    Learning English in the USA

    What better place to come than the USA - Land of Opportunity - to learn English where it is spoken everyday? Look at our English (ESL) Programs

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  • Article Image Community Colleges in the USA

    Community Colleges in the USA

    More international students are attending community colleges, which offer a popular alternative for completing the first two years of a bachelor's degree.

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  • Article Image Transferring to a New University

    Transferring to a New University

    One of the great strengths of American higher education is the ease with which students can transfer from one college or university to another.

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  • Article Image Understanding the American Education System

    Understanding the American Education System

    The American education system offers a rich field of choices for international students. There is such an array of schools, programs and locations that the choices may overwhelm students, even those from the U.S. As you begin your school search, it’s important to familiarize yourself with the American education system. Understanding the system will help you narrow your choices and develop your education plan.

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  • Article Image Preparing for a Career in Digital Media

    Preparing for a Career in Digital Media

    Wherever you are, digital media is playing an increasingly bigger role in the marketplace and in our global culture. With outsourcing on the rise, you can work for a prestigious international company from just about anywhere.

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  • Article Image Optional Practical Training and Internships

    Optional Practical Training and Internships

    Optional Practical Training (OPT) is a great way to get hands-on experience by working with U.S. companies. OPT is a benefit authorized by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). It extends the F-1 student status to allow international students to work at U.S. companies in order to gain practical training in their major field of study.

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  • Article Image MBA Programs in the USA

    MBA Programs in the USA

    If you are an international student seeking an M.B.A., why should you consider the United States? Because American M.B.A. programs are world renowned for giving students a leading edge in the business world through top-of-the-line education, diverse specialized programs, and unparalleled networking opportunities and resources.

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  • Article Image Why Study Engineering in the USA

    Why Study Engineering in the USA

    There are many unique answers when posing the question of “How?” How does this chair hold me up? How is that I can talk on my cell phone or chat on the Internet with someone across the world? How did this water in my glass become clean? Although, the answer to each of these questions is unique, there is one simple explanation for all of these questions: engineering.

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  • Article Image Studying Technology at a U.S. University

    Studying Technology at a U.S. University

    When the electrical engineers of the late ’70s and early ’80s introduced the world’s first mobile phones, they never would have imagined the world we live in today. Mobile phones now have features like mobile payment systems and video conferencing, all running on a multi-core processor in your pocket.

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