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Living and studying in the USA as an international student will bring you many opportunities. These resources will help you prepare for your academic journey and fun new experiences in the United States!
Coming to the US is a great opportunity. I absolutely recommend this experience to anyone who is thinking about it. It is a great country to project your life, especially in the San Diego area. It is safe, the people are nice, the city is beautiful,...
Even though the language can be a barrier when you’re trying to make American friends, I want to say that people of the same age share common thoughts and problems. Even if language and culture are different, one should have the right attitude...
Shintaro Ara, from Japan, is studying English at the Language Academy at El Camino College in California and plans to study Fashion Merchandising at College.
What I love about my college is the fact that the sizes of classrooms are comparatively smaller and professors constantly have time for students. They are very much involved in their students' success and give them their undivided attention.
Esra Bozkurt from Turkey is studying English at Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey in Monterey, California
If you are willing to learn, you can adjust to any learning system. I think I started with the hardest learning system, which made this system easier for me to adjust.
I like the staff and instructors. In addition, Shoreline has advisors for the international students, their instructors are very caring and considerate, and they make sure the students adjust and learn successfully.
The main reason is that UCI is one of the top universities in the U.S. It's among the world's most respected research institutions, and it has a beautiful, big campus — big enough for everyone to find where they fit in.
I think there is a big gap between Chinese educational system. Chinese education talks about collectivism. On the other hand, American education talks about individualism. I can’t say which one is better from my personal experiences. But I do b...
I like how beautiful and colorful the campus is. It creates a wonderful vibe to start the day. I like the field camps provided through my major, which add more physical learning experiences.
A piece of advice I have for students is planning. Planning is really important, such as knowing in advance where you are going to study, where you are going to live, and your budget for each month.
Natcha, a civil engineering major from Thailand, will use her coursework, clubs, and co-op experiences from Auburn University in her new role as a highway engineer at Atkins.
My goals in terms of my career are to have a good job wherever I live, not just to survive, but a job that I enjoy doing and can expand my horizons wherever I look. Having studied in the United States and especially at UT gives you more advantages wh...
Stay strong, work hard, follow goals and dreams because if you don’t do anything, you won’t get anything.
My career goal is to become involved in global business. Simply put, I want to become a bridge that connects Korean companies to the global market. I believe that the U.S. education is perfect for my career goal as I get to learn different cultures a...
I want to find a job related to accounting in the future. I think the experience of studying in the United States is helpful to me because I can fully understand the difference between Chinese accounting constitution, and I believe that some jobs in...
The diversity of students in American colleges is attractive to me. I like to talk and study with different excellent students.
Sisters, Oanh and Linh Huynh are from Vietnam and are both studying Digital Art at Golden West College in Huntington Beach, California.
My career goal is to be an ultra-successful engineer. I think my education in the U.S. will not only help me achieve that, but it will also improve my technical and management skills.
When selecting a school to study in the USA many students might look at the graduation rate, the degree programs, or even the reputation of the school when deciding which school to select.
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