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Who will you call your Alma Mater?



Thinking about studying in the U.S.? You’re in the right place. We know the decision is exciting and stressful. The process of applying or even choosing where to apply can be overwhelming. And we guarantee that studying abroad is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity that will benefit you academically, professionally, and personally.


Let’s talk about Academics.

From top-ranked research universities to cutting-edge technology, studying in the United States for your degree will set you up for success. No matter what college you choose, you’ll have many options for your major: Biology, Journalism, Business, Computer Engineering, Sustainable Enterprise, Architecture, and more!


If English is your second (or third) language and you’re nervous about your skill level, don’t worry. Depending on your level, universities have English classes you can take before - or while - you enroll in your academic program if you need more practice.


Elevate your degree. U.S. universities have career centers to help you land an academic internship during summer breaks. Working at an internship abroad will give you firsthand experience in the global workplace. Career centers also help you develop professionally, from resume writing to interview practice, and much more.


Beyond the classroom.

The time you spend in class will earn you the degree, but what you do outside of class matters too. Living and studying in another country shows you are adaptable. You will gain skills in cross-cultural communication, develop self-confidence, and overcome challenges along the way.


When you study abroad, the entire experience is educational. So when you’re not in class, what are your goals?


Have you always wanted to see the Grand Canyon or walk through Times Square? Do you want to experience all four seasons or live somewhere super warm all year long? Let’s talk about your personal priorities to find the right fit for you.


The U.S. campus experience is like no other. Most students live on campus in the dormitories for at least one year. College campuses are designed like little cities, set up for students to study, live, eat, and hang out with peers from the U.S. and all over the world.


Interested in extracurriculars? You’ll be able to play intramural sports, join academic clubs, or volunteer with local organizations.


Still trying to figure out what to do next? We can help. Contact us to set up a virtual advising appointment.


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