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"How can I apply?"
"Can I get a scholarship?"
"Do I need a TOEFL?"
Do these questions sound familiar? There is a reason these are some of the most commonly asked questions – they are about very important factors! It is good to be thinking about admission requirements, finances and applying. I receive many questions via Facebook, here, and email. Maybe these will help you too! (People's names have been omitted for privacy.)
Question: how doing for get an admission for year 2012/2013?
Answer: Hi! Thank you for your question. I would focus on getting admission for the 2013/2014 school year instead. The 2012 school year just began and it takes about nine months to complete the admissions and visa process, so it is probably not possible this school year. Furthermore, I would highly recommend starting at the beginning of a school year (Fall) because many students, including Americans, are new. You are more likely to make friends at this time. This article about applying to U.S. schools is really useful.
Question: Hello, I am from brazil and I was looking through ur website, and i read something about this universities, colleges in the usa.. im really interesed on it and i would like to know about all the things included and about the fees and what i have to do to join the program.
ps: hospitality management school. Im pretty sure thats all. I appreciate your attention.
Answer: Hi! The cost really depends on the school you choose to attend. For example, a state school like the University of Central Florida is going to be less expensive than a private university. A community college, which offers two-year degrees and transfer degrees, will cost less than both. Read this article to get a general idea of cost.
Question: hello im from libya and i want to study in America would you please tell me more details about how can i apply for the visa and the study and how much it costs please feedback thank you ..
Answer: Hi, thanks for the message. It sounds like you are at the beginning of the process, so I would encourage you to explore all the resources on StudyUSA.com first. There are a lot of great articles about life in the USA, English courses, getting your student visa and the cost of a U.S. education.
Read and learn about studying in the USA. This will give you a better idea of what you need to do to achieve your goal of coming here. Then you can start looking for programs that fit you. There are many university programs that have profiles on StudyUSA.com and you can contact them directly! I hope this helps and good luck!