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  • Before you start packing, there are many things to consider. How much can you bring? What is safe to bring? Will you bring it with you to the United States or send it separately?

  •  A photo sampling of some of America's most striking and beautiful college campuses and their landmark buildings.

  • College acceptance in the United States continues to be extremely competitive. Here are some tips from admissions officials on how to rise above the crowd.

  • The number of colleges and universities in the United States is vast. But you already knew that. What you don’t know is this: some of America’s best schools are ones you’ve never heard of.

  • Khan Academy has achieved stratospheric success, boasting more than 150 million “lessons delivered.” 

  • Tips on intermingling with people from varied backgrounds at U.S. universities.

  • It is better to prepare seven to eight good applications rather than sending 15 half-baked ones.

  • U.S. universities look for a mix of academic excellence, extracurricular achievements and impressive recommendations and essays.

  • The admissions procedure is lengthy and it takes time and effort to create a stellar application.

  • It is important to choose the subject before choosing a university.

  • For students heading to the United States, housing is one of their biggest expenses and can affect their personal and academic adjustment.

  • Follow the 5 + 2 P framework, devised by Professor Vishal Gupta of the State University of New York, to increase your chances of success in a U.S. university classroom and environment.

  • Despite the provision of universal, free public education for American children, many parents are opting to teach their kids at home.

  • Working in close cooperation with American experts, the National Institute of Fashion Technology in New Delhi is preparing men and women for careers in fashion. 

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