The American dream. The  higher  education  sector in the US is a buyers market. You can actually demand, and get, what is best for you.

American society is enormously diverse and  complex. Important differences exist between  geographical  regions,  between  rural  and  urban areas, and between social  classes.  In  addition,  the presence of millions of immigrants who came to the United States from all corners of the world with their own culture and values adds even more variety and flavor to American life.

Nearly 600,000  students  from all over the world came to the United States last year  to  study  at  both  undergraduate  and  graduate levels. Without a doubt, America  offers  very high quality postsecondary education. There are more than 4,000  public  and  private  colleges,  universities, and community colleges in the United  States,  including over 600 public four-year colleges and universities and over  1,650  private  four – year   colleges  and  universities.  These   traditional institutions  enroll  nearly  15 million students. In addition, more than 6,250 other non – collegiate  postsecondary  institutions   offer   specialized  vocational  and technical training.

Any  student  can  find an appropriate program within the rich and diverse higher education  system.  This  is  true  whether  you  are  seeking career – oriented vocational   and  technical  training  from  a  community college,  a  liberal arts education from a small private college, an undergraduate science  degree  from a prestigious  research institution, or one of  a  variety  of programs  offered  by a multipurpose university. High quality educational programs are offered in all types of  institutions  at  prices  that vary  as  much  as the programs and institutions themselves.

The  United  States  also offers limitless opportunities for sports, recreation, and entertainment.  Cities   large   and  small  offer  numerous  indoor  and outdoor opportunities.  Almost  every  city  or town in the United States with college and university students will likely offer those students ways to kick back, run around, and have a good time.

World  class  learning  institutions  with  cutting  edge technology, endless study choices,  worldwide  recognition, a diverse mix of people and culture, flexibility in terms  of  course schedules and hours, and a globally focused course curriculum, all make the US one of the most attractive student destinations in the world.

Scholarship in the United States

Fellowships  in   USA  towards partial tuition wavier or full grant depending on the performance   in   the   previous   academic   year. Teaching  assistantships are awarded  to  postgraduate  students. Other assistantships include Administrative assistantships  and  Research  assistantships.  In  the    US over one  third  of international students receive some partial scholarships mostly after commencing their  education  program. Some  popular  ones are The Fulbright Visiting Scholar Program and the Hubert H Humphrey program.

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