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2018-07-30 11:56:56

Why should you choose America for education?

Why should you choose America for education?

The United States is the second most popular country in the world (after Britain), which is chosen for studying English. In addition, the American education system is recognized as one of the best around the world. The US universities are in great demand, which have established themselves as institutions for quality education occupying high positions in the ranking. However, the benefit will come from studying not only at the University of America, but also in the college and even the school, so it's worth considering the possibility of sending your child here at school age.

In fact, if you send a child to study in the US at the age of 10 to 13 years, then this will be the most convenient option in many ways. First, at this age a young man can quickly get used to and orient himself in a new environment and unfamiliar language environment. Secondly, having started studying abroad in a secondary school, by the time the certificate is received, the student will already have a confident language level and will also become accustomed to the educational format of America - all this in aggregate will help the student later enter the university of that country or any other abroad.

In general, the very structure of American education looks something like this:

  • Pre-school stage for children from 3 to 5 years
  • Secondary school, including primary classes (from 5 to 11 years), secondary (from 11 to 14) and senior classes (from 14-16 to 18 years), in which the students are preparing for high school
  • High school for students from 18 years. Can be represented by colleges or universities.

At the high school stage, students are usually studied for tests, the results of which will be taken into account when entering a higher education institution - SAT or ACT.

Many parents understand the whole prospect of getting an education abroad and are wondering what it takes to send children to study in the US. In fact, everything is quite simple, if you follow a certain scheme, and understand what the process of filing documents is - how to proceed, what order of enrollment, what you need and so on.

So, first of all it should be noted that at any age your child is not young - or even a teenager - before you can send him to study abroad, you must give it to language courses so that by the time you start learning in a new school the student owned English at least at a basic level. Otherwise it will be quite difficult for him to adapt to the educational process. By the way, a good option for preparing for foreign studies will also be a visit to summer language courses in the US camps.

Send an application to an educational institution abroad, to America in particular, is best 8-9 months before the beginning of studies. In this case, the student will have time to prepare and translate into a foreign language the papers necessary for admission: this is an extract with assessments from a personal file, or a certificate; a certificate of English, a motivation letter from the candidate himself, and letters of recommendation from teachers (usually from math and English teachers). In addition, SMAPSE experts recommend sending a package of documents not in one, but in several educational institutions in order to increase the chances of being enrolled in an American school.

To help with the filing of documents and entering the US schools, SMAPSE is right for you - SMAPSE specialists will help you free to choose the most suitable option and will consult on all issues. This is all that parents need to send their child to study in America.

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Egor Eremeev
Current material has been prepared by Egor Eremeev
Education: Westminster University (Business & Management), London.
Egor studied and lived in the UK for 8 years and graduated from the university of Westminster. He is currently the co-founder and the director of business development at Smapse Education and personally visits foreign schools and universities, interviews students studying in those institutions.
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