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Education Abroad

Education in the USA

The United States occupies a leading place in the international student flow. The number of students who choose America to expand their education and life experience is more than 800,000 people.

The location of the best universities in the world is the main reason why foreign students come to this country. Students who study here have direct contact with world-famous researchers, professors. Students have the opportunity to work during training. American companies offer worthy foreign students an opportunity to get acquainted with different cultures.

Everyone who comes to study in America, first of all wants to receive an international diploma. In America, education is not only a diploma, but also an attractive career prospect, including a valuable life experience.

The American education system is universal. It is based on global processes and secular values. This globality brings popularity and prestige to American universities. Not surprisingly, almost all economic, scientific and political leaders of the world were educated in America. American scientists top all the major ratings.

The largest number of students enter Massachusetts, so this state is called a student state.

Most universities require the results of the TOEFL or IELTS exams.

Universities of the USA:

Long İsland Universitetу;
Widener Universitetu;
James Madison Universitety;
Private schools Fairmont;
Western Kentucky University;
University of Hartford;
California State University Northridge;
University of Massachusetts Boston;
University of Massachusetts Lowell;
University of Massachusetts Dartmouth;
Florida Institute of Technology;
University of New Hampshire;
University of New Haven;
University of Bridgeport;
University of Wisconsin-Stout;
Colorado State University Fort Collins;
Oregon State University;
University of South Florida;
La Salle University;
Arkansas State University;
California State University Northridge;
University of Hartford;
Northeastern University;
James Madison University;
Marshall University;
South Seattle Community College;
Seattle Central Community College;
Woodbury University;
Manhattan College;
New England College;
Western New England University;
St. Mary's University of Minnesota.