Why study in the US is a question asked--and answered--by thousands of international students each year. In 2007/2008, over 620,000 international students were enrolled at colleges and universities in the US. They come from nations all over the world and choose to pursue their education at American high schools, colleges and universities.
American institutions in all states offer many advantages to the international student. Students are drawn by American global leadership in education, research and technology, as well as the guaranteed high quality of instruction and learning facilities. Because US academic credentials are accepted worldwide, study in this or any state opens a multitude of future educational and employment doors for international students.
Students coming to the study in this state can also look forward to a beautiful natural environment, fascinating local history, a combination of heritage and cutting-edge architecture, and opportunities for adventure.
Why study in the US generally and this state in particular? For the many opportunities to learn, grow and experience the diversity of US culture both inside and outside the classroom.
Worcester State College Graduate and Continuing Education Office Established in 1874, Worcester State College (the College) is a public, four-year, metropolitan academic institution serving the needs of over ...
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