Why Play in the USA?
American university sport is well-funded, enjoys a national following and generates billions of dollars in TV revenue, ticket sales and retail income each year. Top athletes attending the leading universities will be household names with the very best using the college game as a platform into professional sport.
A university degree has a direct impact on a person’s quality of life. A report by The College Board shows that the median lifetime earnings of bachelor’s degree recipients are 65 percent higher than those of high school graduates.
Why Study in the USA?
Interested in studying in the USA? You’re not alone: every year, thousands of international students choose the USA for their full degrees and study abroad programmes.
Among top-tier American institutions, billions of dollars are invested into university research, average graduate salaries are high, and student to staff ratios are low.
There are also over 4,000 US universities offering undergraduate degrees. With such a wide range of universities and degrees on offer, you can find an institution that fits your academic and personal needs.
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