Business, communication, politics and economics are all becoming increasingly international, requiring a global perspective to better understand other cultures and countries. Studying at a U.S. university or college is one way you can broaden your cultural understanding.
Each year, over a million students from around the world come to study at U.S. universities, colleges and high schools. There are between 4,500-5,000 college is the United States that offer degrees and they vary dramatically in focus, cost, size and admissions. Choosing the right path for each student can be difficult based on the number of options available. Before a student spends up to $70,000 a year on college in America, they should know what is available to them, how to best achieve admission and how to minimize their costs.
The Global Student Program gives high school students from many countries around the world the opportunity to immerse themselves in American culture, student life and athletic competition. Our goal is to expose international students to the many educational options available in America.
To accomplish this, students will meet the administration officials from a variety of universities – large, small, public and private to hear what it takes to be admitted and how to improve your chance of being accepted. Students can choose study tours that focus on sports and exposure to college coaches or improving their English skills.