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 […]
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.
Once you have decided what criteria you are looking for in a US educational institution and narrowed down your selection to a few choice schools, the next step is beginning the application process. As a general guideline, you should start this step no later than 12 months before the date you plan to start studying in the US. Here is the step-by-step process for applying to US schools.
There are about 90,000 international students currently enrolled in community colleges in the United States according to the American Association of Community Colleges. Community colleges are affordable alternatives to four-year colleges, often with more lenient admissions requirements, that can open doors to more prestigious schools.
In 2010/11 academic year the number of international students in USA reached the history record of 723,277, a 32% increase since 2000/01. In other words, the USA is the most popular country to study abroad. This introductory seminar covers key information international students need to know about applying to US colleges.