I know making the decision to study abroad could be challenging and difficult, especially when coming to questions like where to study, which pathway to choose, which University, etc? And you are going to be nervous as you are going to make a decision that will change your life and shape your future.
As I do understand those challenges, here I am going to provide some information which you need to know before making your decision especially if you ever thought about studying in the USA.
The United States of America (USA) has been the most popular study destination for many years and most international students choose to study in the USA for their quality education, cultural diversity as well as for their lively and vibrant campus lifestyle. It has a lot to offer, from the most prestigious, top-ranked higher education systems in the world to lively cities with beautiful natural parks, culture, history, and a very multicultural population.
Studying in the United States doesn’t just give you tangible degrees and certificates, it also gives you the intangible experiences and exposure to cultural diversity, and improves interpersonal skills, and communication skills which are essential for your professional development as well as for your personal development.
If you want to be surrounded by the world’s best and brightest students and academics, Boston is a place for you. Both Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and Harvard University are in Boston and they are both 1st and 2nd universities in the world according to QS World University Rankings. Boston, New York, San Francisco, Chicago, Los Angeles, Washington DC, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Atlanta, Baltimore, and San Diego are also well known as the 11 best student cities in the US where you can find internationally ranked universities with the best student experiences, high academic standards, best student supports, the best quality of life, job opportunities and beautiful beaches and attractions.