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Why study in the United States?

  • The US continues to be the prime destination for education-seeking individuals. In the academic year 2009-10, it counted around 691,000 international students. That’s a big chunk of the American education market.
  • According to the Association of International Educators (AIE), it also translates into $13 billion in yearly tuition and fees. Hardly surprising, considering that an American education is an international mark of excellence, one that continues to add value to the professional development of foreign students from over two hundred countries.
  • Together with the United Kingdom, Canada, and Australia, the US has the distinct advantage of having English as the language of communication. Its academic tradition may be shorter, but it offers educational policies based on merit and perhaps the strongest STEM programs. (STEM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics.)
  • Although foreigners make up a smaller percentage of the total number of enrolled students than in other countries, the difference reflects the rising competitiveness of other knowledge centers around the world, rather than declining numbers in the US. America is still home to some of the world’s finest educational institutions and, since 2001, the steady growth of this sector has opened up tremendous new opportunities for international students.
  • If you fail to meet entrance standards, we will help you apply for “conditional admission” to an American college. Such an option would permit you to seek English-language proficiency through any approved language school. This practice has gained wide popularity among educators. Robert Barry, Director of International Services at Saint Louis University, calls it “the wave of the future
  • As an educational consulting firm, which assists in recruiting and placing international students in the US and other major education-exporting countries, we believe in the wave of the future.

Which states are international students heading to?

  • The five US states with the highest proportion of international students, in descending order, are California (13.65% of total students), New York (11.02%), Texas (8.53), Massachusetts (5.11%), Illinois (4.5%) and Florida (4.3%). They represent almost fifty percent of the total number of international students nationwide.
  • The most prestigious educational institutions are located in urban areas. This is where the bulk of foreign students go in the US. Boston, Massachusetts, is a good example. Its unusual concentration of prestigious private universities and colleges has evolved into a higher-education hub.
  • Although Boston is one of the biggest draws of international students in the country, California remains the top study destination. And it hopes to accommodate even greater numbers in the future, thanks to the San Francisco Bay Area, where the state seeks to develop a new higher-education hub to rival Boston’s.

So, you’re thinking of studying in the United States

  • There’s no doubt that studying and living here would enrich your educational experience and expose you to new perspectives. 
  • We hope to provide you with the full details once you sign up with us.

Pros and Cons:

>>Pros:
Excellent education environment and support services.
Possibility of conditional admission pending language-proficiency score.
Flexibility with choice of courses.
Some of the best-equipped research and training facilities in the world.
Healthy standard of living.

Cons:
Competition for both admission and top grades can be very strong.
Public transportation is not universal.
No universal health care.
– Crime rates have fallen significantly over the decades, but they differ widely from city to city.
Personal security is not as high as in Western Europe.

Cultural difference is part of your education

  • Education is a holistic experience that cannot confine it to the classroom.
  • Consequently, many students prefer to live on or near campus to keep themselves in close proximity of their teachers, peers and important campus events. 
  • That doesn’t mean they want to isolate themselves from the rest of the world.
  • On the contrary, this is an excellent opportunity to meet ordinary Americans, who tend to be more informal than other peoples.
  • Make no mistake about it, however: pleasant manners and politeness are appropriate anywhere you travel in the world. 
  • Americans appreciate common courtesy, and they know how to shower a polite Muslim guest with genuine warmth.

Where i-twenty comes in

  • To boost international enrolment, American universities have turned in great numbers to educational service providers like i-twenty for long-term partnerships. 
  • We assist them in recruitment, admissions procedures and other tasks.
  • Worldwide, the number of postsecondary graduates is expected to fall short of the labor-market demand. 
  • We are working closely with our institutional partners to rectify this.