Statue of Liberty
Are you thinking about studying in the U.S. because you hear it has good education or to study English? If you’re on the fence about it here are three reasons to encourage you.
The U.S. is over 3.7 million square miles (9.8 million km²) and has several sub-cultures so you’re bound to find the right environment for you. Whether you want to study in a big city, small city, suburb, or college town (with warm weather or lots of museums), you have plenty of options to choose from.
If you’ve ever wanted to visit New York City, Disney World, or Las Vegas, it will probably never be cheaper than when you’re already in the U.S. International flights can cost thousands of dollars but once you’re here, you can get domestic tickets for a few hundred or less.
You’ll get to meet people–both Americans and other international students–from so many different backgrounds. You’ll make friends wherever you are, but in the USA you might meet people who will change your perspective. And if nothing else, you’ll probably get a standing invite to stay with them when you travel the world.
(CC image courtesy of -JvL-)