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Study Guide to USA for international students

Being a diverse country, the United States is the safest place for students, and there is no need for any fear of racism. So in that sense, the US is a safe country for international students. If you have decided to study in the US, your choice of destination country needs no validation as the US is considered the best study abroad destination. Not to justify your choice but to further strengthen your decision, we at American Educational Research and Training Center have compiled a few reasons why considering the US as your study abroad destination is a wise decision. Although the reasons to consider a country may differ widely among students, there are a few standout features that make every place different than others. Below are a few of the reasons why going to the US to study might be a really good decision.We guide you with  popular universities to lifestyle tips, accommodation, to the admission process.

Programs to fit your needs

The US offers a very diverse range of higher education options compared to any other country in the world. With such wide options for learning opportunities, no matter what your ability or ambitions are, there will be some perfect course for you. Many of the universities of USA customize a few of their courses for international students as well.


In America, it is very common to change university after two years of study while pursuing undergraduate courses within the same faculty. Most institutions accept credits from other universities for the same course. So you are not required to complete all four years of study in the same college to finish your degree. This flexibility gives you the opportunity to transfer your credits to a higher-ranked institution, given if you have good enough grades.

Students who are planning to join an undergraduate course but have not decided their major's yet can apply for the program and choose their major later. Also, students have the choice to pick credits from other departments of their interest.