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STUDY IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA (USA)

The USA is a diverse country with a huge selection of universities, colleges, and degree programmes. Students have a few options for where to start their studies: a four-year university or college, a large public university or college, a smaller community at a private university, or a community college where they can start, finish the first two years of their bachelor's degree, and then transfer their credits to a four-year university.

Public and private colleges are the two main types of universities in the US, and they can get funding from the state government or privately from individuals and corporations. These universities may also be divided into research-intensive, IVY League, Public Ivies, Liberal Arts Philosophy, Specialist Institutions, and Land Grant Colleges.

TOP REASONS TO STUDY IN THE USA

ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE
FLEXIBLE EDUCATION SYSTEM
CULTURAL
DIVERSITY
EXCELLENT STUDENTS SUPPORT SYSTEM
LIVELY AND VIBRANT CAMPUS LIFE

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EXPLORE US UNIVERSITIES

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AMERICAN UNIVERSITY
(Washington, D.C.)
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ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY
(Phoenix/Tempe, Arizona)
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AUBURN UNIVERSITY
(Auburn, Alabama)
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BAYLOR UNIVERSITY
(Waco, Texas)
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BELLEVUE UNIVERSITY
(Bellevue, California)
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CITY UNIVERSITY OF SEATTLE
(Seattle, Washington)
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CLEVELAND STATE UNIVERSITY
(Cleveland, Ohio)
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COLORADO STATE UNIVERSITY
(Fort Collins, Colorado)
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DEPAUL UNIVERSITY
(Chicago, Illnois)
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DREW UNIVERSITY
(Madison, New Jersey)
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FULL SAIL UNIVERSITY
(Winter Park, Florida)
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GEORGE MASON UNIVERSITY
(Fairfax, Virginia)