Do you want to study in the U.S?
17th July 2015
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If you want reasons to study in the United States, I can provide them. I’ve heard them all. Okay. That’s not true. But I’ve heard university recruiters say a lot of things over the years. Some are spot-on, very true. Others, not so much. The reality is … if you are reading an article titled “Do you want to study in the U.S.?” you’ve probably already decided that you do, in fact, want to study in the U.S. Perhaps the better question is … why do you want to study in the united states? I’ve asked this question to many prospective students and I’ve received some interesting responses: “I like American television” “The U.S. has nice beaches” “American’s are always smiling” “Any place is better than here” Seriously? Television, beaches, smiling people? Maybe they’re good reasons to visit, but they should not be why you’re investing a year or more of your life, and tens of thousands of pounds, to earn a degree on which to build your entire career.
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