Study Destination: United States
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EduCo in the United States works closely with our partner universities to help them achieve their international student goals by providing recruitment and specialised student services. We work with the highly-ranked institutions Brandeis International Business School, Duquesne University, New Jersey Institute of Technology, University of Maryland – Baltimore County, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, and the University of St. Thomas.
Why do international students choose to study in the United States?
Entrepreneurial, positive-minded people
Liberty, self-sufficiency and a high regard for forging one’s own path are values shared by most in America. These attitudes have led to many innovations in business, technology and the creative arts that the whole world enjoys.
Home to different cultures
Mass migration in the 19th and 20th centuries turned the North American nation into a hodgepodge of cultures. Visitors from around the world can easily overcome culture shock in the U.S. because of its multicultural environment. From art forms and events to cuisine and communities, one can find almost any kind of culture represented. Almost 200 nationalities call the United States home.
A land of career opportunities
Many of the world’s most successful companies—like Walmart, Apple, Berkshire Hathaway and Exxon Mobil—are found in the United States. These corporate giants, along with emerging startups, create thriving job markets that employ talent from all over the world. As products and services continue to evolve and people’s tastes and preferences change, the U.S.’ career landscape can only grow further.
One of the world’s leaders in science and technology
The United States’ investments in research and innovation have driven the science and technology sectors forward. American educational institutions consistently produce influential scientific publications and offer strong STEM degrees. American business enterprises—with the likes of Google, Microsoft, IBM, Apple and Intel—continue to provide the world with innovative products and services.
World-class higher education
Almost 50% of the world’s top 50 universities are American institutions. It is no wonder that the U.S. remains to be highly sought-after destination among international students. The thousands of universities and colleges in the U.S. offer an extensive variety of programs, making it easy for students of all ages, backgrounds and interests to choose the right degree in the right school for them.