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  • From health advice and counseling to groceries and meal plans, U.S. universities stepped up to support their international students during the coronavirus pandemic.

  • During holiday breaks, students should focus on building their profiles in order to project themselves as strong candidates to get admission in a U.S. university of their choice.

  • U.S. universities are witnessing growing interest in public health degrees, which prepare students for diverse professional and research careers. 

  • A degree in health communication prepares students for careers in diverse sectors, helps them drive positive social change and counter misinformation.

  • Epidemiology degree programs prepare students for careers pursuing vital research in diverse fields ranging from public health to artificial intelligence programs.

  • Fraternities and sororities at U.S. universities provide students with lifelong friendships, networking opportunities as well as training on useful topics.

  • Using virtual education, Indian students can update skills and even earn degrees from American institutions, without even leaving their country.

  • International students will have to navigate new territory in a world defined by public health concerns, social distancing and disruptions. 

  • Clinical researchers work on the prevention and treatment of infectious diseases and bring the latest scientific breakthroughs from the lab to the real world.

  • In these unprecedented times, U.S. universities have quickly adjusted and can now provide an increased access to a world-class education anywhere on the globe.

  • With growing interest in social entrepreneurship among students, many U.S. universities are offering programs that focus on developing business-based solutions to social problems.

  • Hubert H. Humphrey Fellow Vyjayanthi Sankar’s Centre for Science of Student Learning aims to build capacity for high-quality assessments and research.

  • U.S. university alumni share their experiences of studying in the United States and tips for prospective students. 

  • Want to create the high-tech machines of the future? A degree in robotics engineering might be a good fit for you.

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