The United States of America is a federal republic composed of 50 states and it is
a highly developed country, with the world’s largest economy by nominal GDP.
Over the past few years, the U.S. has dominated the globe in being the most popular university destination for students from all over the world.
Europe is called “the old continent” and the U.S. was established by European immigrations. So that America might be a mix of different cultures, but in the end everyone acts as “Americans” who keep their traditions and stay very close to each other.
Why to study in USA?
U.S. degrees have an excellent international reputation
It’s hardly a secret that universities in the U.S. continue to maintain a strong presence among top-ranked universities in the world. Partially this has to do with how well-funded and supported American universities are, but it also has to do with the high academic standards and rigorous requirements that they instill in their students.
If you go to a university in the U.S., you will feel immediately comfortable around people who share a similar background as you and who have new ideas and perspectives to share. Naturally, studying abroad, in general, is one way to nurture your tolerance and openness to other cultures. Studying in the U.S. adds another dimension, exposing you not only to American culture, but to the languages and beliefs of people from nationalities all over the world.
Should you expect a significant language barrier?
No. Don’t be worried.
Just slow down your English speaking a little bit. Give yourself a little more time between words. This will do magic to the way you pronounce words and make you sound a lot more clearer.
And practice English with native speakers everywhere!
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