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WHY STUDY IN THE U.S.?

 

Worldwide recognition of U.S. degrees
Employers favor U.S. degrees
Wide range of educational programs
Outstanding facilities, libraries and laboratories
Diverse student body
Opportunity to spend an additional year in the U.S. getting valuable, relevant work experience

Application Timetable

The U.S. academic year begins in late August or early September, and many universities will also accept applications for January admission. The following is the preferred timetable for applying to U.S. universities, beginning the year before an August entry

June-August

Think about your educational future and career prospects at home
Talk with your family about financial resources
Visit an educational advising center and become familiar with the application process.
Register for tests such as the TOEFL, SAT, SATII, GRE, or GMAT

August-November

Take entrance tests
Visit an educational advising center to identify between universities that meet your needs

December-March

Pay careful attention to deadline dates.
Submit a winning application to at least three universities

April-May

Letters of acceptance or rejection arrive.
Choose the university you want to attend.

June-July

Apply for a student visa
Make travel arrangements

August

Arrive in time to attend the university’s orientation program for new students
Be prepared for an excellent academic experience!