I really enjoyed studying in America, it provides excellent education for everyone!
I note two bonuses at Oregon INTO:
Job fairs are arranged (mainly for senior students), you can sign up for an internship (and you will be helped to find a better place), well-known experts come and tell about the "inner kitchen" of various specialties and professions. We have special tutors who will tell you in detail how a CV is made in the USA, how to properly present your strengths, what advanced courses you can take to strengthen your CV (there are several options that are inexpensive and short - you can even pass them after the diploma, then to go to a good position with a higher payment).
All these lectures are very useful - they will be said for them by the fact that at such meetings there is really no place for an apple to fall. There are a lot of specialists with diplomas, and everybody wants to get a good job - you need to be able to stand out and appear to your employer to be the best.
Studying in America is not cheap, but there are a million ways to save a lot. I was helped by Smapse’s manager with the docks (they didn’t score for a student who had already paid for everything and left to study).