The United States, widely recognized as a world leader in education, offers a complex array of choices, from types of institutions (colleges, universities, specialty schools – over 4,700 in total), to majors and minors, to extracurricular activities that can support networking and build leadership skills.

With so many choices, it can be a challenge for any student to determine what is best for them. In fact, nearly 40% of all U.S. college students end up transferring from one school to another.

We help students navigate the complex university admissions process and provide them with the tools needed to succeed in their degree program.


Thousands of choices

No other country comes close to offering as many learning options

Focus on well-rounded individuals and education

Graduates are well-rounded with the skills and knowledge employers seek

Flexibility

Up to two years allowed before choosing a major; easy to transfer to another school

Diversity

The U.S. attracts students from around the world

Great support for international students

Support for international students, including housing, academics, and student groups are extensive at most U.S. schools

Prestige

A degree from a U.S. college is recognized globally as a distinctive achievement

Job opportunities & internships

Most education programs include opportunities to work in the field before graduation, providing valuable work experience and business contacts

Improve your English

There’s no better way to improve language skills than living and learning in the U.S.

Travel opportunities

Domestic flights (within the USA) are easy and fairly inexpensive

Learn the real American culture

Discover the difference between the real world and what you’ve seen on TV


Previous success

Start in Boston. Succeed Anywhere

Our students successfully progress to degree programs at top ranked universities across the U.S.

Nationality
Major
Progressed to
National Ranking
Indonesia
Hotel/Restaurant Management
Cornell University*
16
South Korean
Business
University of California, Berkeley*
22 (tied)
Indian
Civil Engineering
University of Southern California
22 (tied)
Albanian
Applied Mathematics
New York University
30
Chinese
Computer Science
Brandeis University
35
Chinese
Mathematics
Boston University
42
Albanian
Business
Northeastern University
44
Chinese
Business
Pepperdine University
46
Chinese
Management
Rutgers University
49
Russian
Mechanical Engineering
University of Miami
53
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*Double transfer