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United States Of America

A goal for some people and a lifetime investment for many is to choose a country to study in thousands of kilometers away from home. In this regard, the United States has long been a top choice for students from throughout the world looking to pursue higher education. Out of the 100 Global Universities, around 48 of the top universities are located in the United States, according to U.S. News & World Report.

USA is one of the front runners when it comes to quality of education. Out of the top 10 universities in the world, USA is the country with the highest representation.

When it comes to some of the top universities in the globe for higher education, the United States of America holds the lion’s share. 15 American colleges are among the top 20 universities in the world according to Times Higher Education. According to QS World Ranking, the top 4 universities in the world are MIT, Stanford, Harvard, and Caltech. The credit transfer mechanism gives the US educational system more flexibility. By the end of the second year, undergraduate students are encouraged to study different fields and select a major. Each person can develop and change in accordance with their strengths and weaknesses thanks to the availability of a variety of conventional and non-traditional majors and minors as well as the freedom to choose which, when, and how many classes to enroll in each semester.

More than 2 million programs are available in the nation through 4 and 2 year colleges, including Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees as well as programs for doctoral, vocational, associate, and certificate degrees.



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