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Destination USA

The United States of America attracts the most international students of any country in the world. So why is it that nearly 600,000 pupils from every continent of the globe choose to study there?

The USA has a wide variety of institutions specialising in higher education including: state colleges and universities; private colleges and universities; two-year colleges; community colleges; professional schools; institutes of technology; technical institutes; and church related schools. So whether you’re looking to study at one of the world’s most prestigious schools or a smaller specialist institution, you’ll have no shortage of choices.

US universities and colleges may differ from those in your own country in several ways. For one thing, these programs offer a lot of flexibility and personalisation in class selection. This allows you to tailor your degree to your specific interests.

Most university and college students in the USA live on or near campus. On campus you’ll find an array of clubs and sports to join and cultural activities ranging from art exhibitions to concerts, films and plays. With most campuses housing a dedicated International Student Office, support is available from staff who understand the needs of international students.

Community Colleges and 2-year colleges offer students a lower cost option that can be considered comparable to the first two years of a bachelor’s degree at a university. They also offer pathways for students that may not meet the academic requirements for direct entry into a US university for a bachelor’s degree. After completion of an Associate’s Degree, students may decide to apply to continue their studies at a university in the USA and may only need to study for 2 additional years to complete an American 4-year bachelors degree.

In addition to a quality education, the USA has a lot to offer the international student: eclectic cities; beautiful natural parks; artistic, cultural, political and athletic events; and a multicultural population.

Although you’ve probably been exposed to the USA through movies, food and music, by living there that you can better understand the US culture. If you are not a native English speaker, it’s also an opportunity to become fluent in English and gain an international edge over other job seekers.

StudyLink works with a range of institutions in the USA including universities, community colleges, specialist institutions and English language schools. We can help you find an institution in the USA that meets your needs, Contact a counsellor.

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I will try to my best to take admission at any Business College in USA.

iam more eager to join in US. what is the way go to abroad plz. inform to me

Respected sir

Iam more eager to join Ph.d(Chemistry)in US. plz, help me what is the way go to abroad.Now i doing M.Phil chemistry.

thank you sir

Respected sir

Iam more eager to join Ph.d(Chemistry)in US. plz, help me what is the way go to abroad.Now i doing M.Phil chemistry.

thank you sir

iam more eager to join ph.d(chemistry) in US. so plese help me which way to apply.
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I am searching for scholarship in USA to study MS or MBA in Tourism and hospitality or Environmental Management.
How can you help me?

I am a civil servant of Bangladesh Govt. and warking for six years.

Dear sir.

Iam a renewable energy technician and doing renewable energy installations, maintenance and designig the last four years and want to get degree in renewable energy, so can you help me to guard me a good university where ever its inthe world.


I am searching for scholarship in the priority of USA or canada or australia to study PhD in mining engieering.
How can you help me?

I am a going to graduate at 1/8/2007 in mining engineering of iran.
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While StudyLink services are free, students are responsible for funding their education and other expenses. You may want to have a look at the institution websites for any scholarships they offer and look for scholarship and loan options available in your home country. You may also want to look at the Rotary International scholarship information,

If you are interested in Australian study options, you may be eligible to apply for an AusAid scholarship, see the AusAid website for more information,

please iam searching for free postgraduate clinical courses in USA eg;gynacology & obestetrics

i want to study i usa

i m found master of computer course

iam more eager to join Bachelor in Nursing in US. so plese help me which way to apply.
thank you sir

i am more eager to join Bachelor in commerece in US. so plese help me which way to apply.
i will be thankfull to u.
plz reply to me for find out the study in USA.

does it mean i have to reapply/lost my oppurtunity.
what if i dont want to school there?

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