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The United States of America is referred to as a land of dreams and an educational paradise for students. Every year American universities see an influx of students from various countries who come knocking on their door with dreams in their hearts, ambitions on their minds, and a zeal to perform.

 

The educational infrastructure is robust, and you get to learn by utilizing the latest that the technology has to offer. The US education system emphasize not only on providing theoretical knowledge but also on practical learning and training. In that way, you get to learn more things by doing them, rather than by only reading about how the problem is to be resolved. Your curriculum vitae carries a lot of weight when you have an educational qualification from an American University.

 

Almost all universities and schools in the U.S. have an international student organization wherein you will feel like home, and you get to interact with fellow students from your own country. You can also become member of renowned organizations like Phi Kappa Phi, Phi Theta Kappa, Phi Beta Kappa, and more.

 

Future Prospects

 

It goes without saying that when you enroll in an educational institution in the U.S. your chances of employment increase, tremendously. Also, as stated earlier a certificate or a degree from an American college adds more weight to your resume as it is hard to overlook them.

 

With the economy on an upswing, there is an improvement in the job prospects, and companies are in hiring mode. The average per capita income in the US is $55,000*, roughly, as of 2015 data and a life expectancy of 78.9 %* as of 2014. The starting salary that a graduate with an MBA degree from an American University can expect is $100,000, roughly, per year.

 

Needless to say that after attaining an education from one of the top universities, your job prospects brightens, however, the amount of effort you put to achieve a high grade also matters. So study hard, and enjoy a better life afterward.

 

*The data are taken from worldbank.org and fortune.com