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Create your own education

http://youtu.be/E6unrWyZTO0 International students who come to study in the U.S. are surprised at how U.S. classes differ from those in many other countries. Students express...
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Our tips can help you score a Mandela Washington Fellowship

The Mandela Washington Fellowship for Young African Leaders brings 500 of Africa’s most promising young leaders to top U.S. universities for six weeks of...

Starting school in the U.S.? Here are tips to fight homesickness.

Are you coming from another country to study in the USA? While you will make new friends, you may miss home. Here are some tips to deal with homesickness.
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Two-year colleges open new worlds for students

Almost 100,000 international students attend U.S. two-year colleges, where they can learn English and get credits to apply toward four-year college degrees.
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U.S. community colleges offer a unique path to success in higher...

International Education Week celebrates students who attend college outside their home countries and in the process help build a more democratic, secure and prosperous world. This...
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Application questions about American universities? Join this webchat for answers

Have you ever wanted to speak with an admissions officer at an American university, but couldn’t because you live too far away? Thanks to an...

Applying to U.S. schools? Get good advice, online and off.

So you’ve decided you’d like to study in the United States. Congratulations! You’ll need to prepare, and a great place to start is EducationUSA’s Online...
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There isn’t another university like this one anywhere in the world

The students at Gallaudet University in Washington are changing perceptions about the deaf. All of Gallaudet's academic programs are designed for deaf and hard-of-hearing graduate...

Business schools bridge classrooms and real-life work

A growing number of U.S. business schools today offer a combination of instruction and learning that is hands-on, entrepreneurial and global.