Oct 09, 2020

There are a larger number of world-ranking universities in the USA than in any other country in the world, making it one of the most sought after locations for international students when considering higher education opportunities. Uniquely, students in most cases are given the opportunity to choose multiple specialisms as part of their qualification - a flexible part of higher education learning that is exclusive to the American school system. International students are also provided with specialist support in most USA institutions, with everything from language development to social adjustment. 

Over 800,000 international students currently study in the USA. Not only are the qualifications awarded by USA institutions recognised around the world, but the sociable and welcoming reputation of campus life has also become a significant attraction for students in recent years. USA institutions are home to some of the most diverse student communities in the world, so not only will you be able to learn about new cultures from those around you, you’ll also find it easy to settle in as like minded individuals are never too far away. The opportunities for travel in the USA are also extensive. America is a large continent with a range of different landscapes to explore, so if you’ve got a lust for travel then the USA could be the ideal study location for you. 

In terms of employability, many large companies based in the USA often recruit for graduate positions directly through higher education institutions. Alumni links are strong and most institutions often host recruitment fairs which give students the opportunity to network and secure employment before even finishing their qualification.  

If you’d like to learn more about how studying in the USA could benefit your future, contact the Platinum Education Services team today. We’ll help you with your next steps in education and guide you with all of the information you’ll need in order to secure a place at a USA institution. 

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