Interested in studying in the USA? You’re not alone: every year, thousands of students from the UK choose the USA for their full degrees and study abroad programmes.
We can help you achieve your goals and attend a US university through our programmes, events and services:
Why study in the USA?
Here are some of the reasons students give us as they depart for their studies across the pond:
Did you know?
- 'College' and 'school' can both mean 'university' in the USA - 'high school' refers to the last four years of secondary education before university
- There is no American UCAS, but over 650 institutions use the Common Application, an online portal to help you manage your applications
- A bachelor’s degree in the USA takes four years to complete, giving you room for academic flexibility
- Community colleges offer two-year associate degrees, often have transfer agreements with four-year universities, and can be more affordable with less rigorous entry requirements
- Over 600 US universities offer international students scholarships of $20,000 or more, and 250 have ‘full ride’ scholarships available
- Some universities in the USA don’t require admissions exams