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  • You don’t need to be a world-class competitor to major in a sports field—may be you just love competition or helping others to pursue excellence.

  • EducationUSA programs help students orient themselves for studying in the United States.

  • Packing tips for students leaving for the United States.

  • Regional Educational Advising Coordinator Ishrat Jahan talks about how EducationUSA helps Indian students pursue higher studies in the United States.

  • Women’s colleges tend to be small, often offering liberal arts education and with an emphasis on faculty engagement with students.

  • Community colleges serve as gateway schools for students who graduate and transfer to four-year colleges to pursue bachelor’s and master’s degrees.

  • The liberal arts curriculum is intended to offer wide exposure to multiple disciplines that can help students develop their intellectual, civic and practical capabilities.

  • Private colleges tend to have smaller class sizes and, advocates say, they provide more individualized attention to students.

  • The United States’ commitment to quality higher education and to making that education accessible to its citizens is evidenced by the widespread development of public colleges and universities.

  • The United States offers a great diversity of choices not just in terms of the courses, but also in the types of colleges.

  • Many U.S. educational institutions offer opportunities to undergraduate students to combine different fields of study.

  • Sandeep Bapna, India country manager at Khan Academy, talks about the organization’s vision to provide free, world-class education in Hindi and other Indian languages.

  • Here’s a list of changes that have taken place in colleges over the last 30 years.

  • Grades are not enough to achieve success after college. Follow these steps to find your a mentor who encourages you.


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