Right now, China and Saudi Arabia are largely responsible for the increase of international enrollments in American education. According to the latest Open Doors report, China is the number one country for sending students over to study in the USA. The Chinese students that come to America in particular help drive up the international enrollments […]
The TOEFL (pronounced “toe-full”), formally known as Test Of English as a Foreign Language, is a test that measures the ability of a non-native English speaker to use and understand the English language as it is read, written, heard, and spoken. The test is designed and administered by Educational Testing Service (ETS). More than 27 […]
Having a student visa is mandatory in order to study in the US. Getting your student visa paper work together is one of the most important tasks when preparing to travel to America. If you plan on attending school in the United States, make sure you follow the steps so you don’t forget anything! Simple […]
The United States offers many different options for postsecondary education. A unique option that is becoming increasingly popular is community college (also known as “junior college”). Community colleges are two-year schools that provide affordable education as a pathway to a four-year degree. According to the American Association of Community Colleges, community colleges serve almost half […]
Most US colleges and universities will let you know if they’ve accepted you about 2-3 months after you submit all application documents. So you got your acceptance letter – congratulations! Here’s what to do next.