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I can compare studying in the States with studying in Russia and Germany and I am going to name a few reasons why I like American education system better.
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Before anyone talks about how Japan is the best look up and read about William Edwards Deming (October 14, 1900 – December 20, 1993) He is the main reason the Japanese became sucessful in manufacturing. Had it not been for him Japan would still be living the way they had been living pre war. It was an American who changed Japanese industry for the better.
The US is not the center of the world lol Here's a secret: no nation is.
The desire to be in the center of events is a psychological quirk that is a farce.
The grass always seems greener somewhere else.
Hi Sahil! After completing high school and receiving your diploma, you can start your study abroad journey by planning. I made a video about "how to study in the USA" and here is the link: https://youtu.be/o9EuHUoV500. I studied abroad in three countries including the USA and learned to speak English as my 4th language. I graduated from a U.S. middle school, high school, and university. I decided to start a Youtube channel to share my insight about how to study in the USA. I will be posting more videos, and contact me if you have any questions! 😊
I want to do B.tech from there after my diploma in Elex and Comm. Engg with 75%from govt college(INDIA).so would I be eligible to study out there ... plz do respond to my ans. I will b really thankfull to you.
Hi Samiksha! I will do my best to help you. I studied abroad in three countries including the USA and learned to speak English as my 4th language. I graduated from a U.S. middle school, high school, and university. I decided to start a Youtube channel to share my insight about how to study in the USA. Here is a link to a video I made about "how to study in the USA" https://youtu.be/o9EuHUoV500 and contact me if you have any questions! 😊
Hi Abhishek! What do you need help with? I made a video about studying in the USA, and you might find it helpful. Here is the link: https://youtu.be/o9EuHUoV500. If you have any questions, let me know! 😊
But the work experience does not lead to a green card. It would be very difficult for an employer to sponsor a non-citizen since they would have to prove that they could not find a citizen to fill that position.
Hi Ravi! Before you decide to study abroad in the USA, you should start by evaluating your academic profile, finances, and future career goals. Studying in the USA can become costly depending on the university's tuition and scholarships you received. Remember to search and apply to school and private organization academic scholarships available to international students. Here is a video that I made about "how to study in the USA?" as it might help you with your study abroad planning: https://youtu.be/o9EuHUoV500. I will be posting more videos about studying in the USA, and contact me if you have any questions! 😊
Oxford, Cambridge, and a number of other UK Universities are every bit as good as their American Counterparts. It just that America has many more great universities do to a much larger size and population. European Universities are also first rate.
This is very subjective... American universities are, probably, the best out there in a way, we all know that but what about the tuition fees? They're extremely expensive.If you aren't studying in one of the top 50-75 American universities then you are paying too much for your education. For example, German universities are really good too and they are cheap or without any tuition fee at all. I understand when you say that America is the center of the world but that doesn't mean that you have to study there, you can study elsewhere and then go to America and apply all the knowledge you have learned like many others.
It's harder to find a work visa or an employer who'd sponsor you when you're not "in the states" than getting a student visa first, go to the states, study and then make connections there to find an employer who'd be ready to sponsor you for a work visa :)
You forgot the most important reason. Degrees awarded by US universities are considered "legit" around the world. Doesn't matter if it's State or Private. A degree from an American university ets you resume sent to the top of the pile.
Are you that stupid? Just since Roosevelt, we have Truman, Eisenhower, Johnson, Nixon, Ford, Carter, Reagan, George H.W. Bush, Bill Clinton, and now Trump who didn't go to Harvard. Trump went to University of Pennsylvania which is also an Ivy League School. You are an idiot.
I'm American and I don't understand why people in the comments are bashing universities in other countries. This isn't a pissing contest. This is one of the reasons that a lot of non-Americans don't like Americans. 🤦♂️
The way you phrase it you would think of america single-handedly fought against the germans many countries fought against the germans during world war II it just wasn't americaand one country in particular that suffered the biggest losses was russia. What I can't understand how was it possible a country as small as germany caused so much trouble when it came to massive conquest.
Look at it this way as long as a person can get at least a decent education that's what matters however no one should have to pay to extreme amounts of money just to go to a university based on its popularity and its name like harvard yale or princeton it's a lot of universities and colleges all across america that can give you the same education but without all the extra money!
Mika Sihite it depends on where the school is and the State’s laws. For example, I grew up in NJ as such if I went to college in NJ I would pay what we call “instate tuition” but people who aren’t from NJ would have to pay more because they are from a different state. I’ve also seen where we would be eligible for different scholarships.
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Hey marina! I am from Pakistan and looking to study in USA. I'm going to give SAT examination in oct or nov. Can you please tell me can I get full ride scholarship after getting a good score in SAT. Thankyou.
saqib aftab hey I'm from America so I can try to give you an insight on colleges since I'm applying for one here too. I don't know how the SAT scoring system works since in my state we take the ACT which is the same concept just a different test. But it truly comes down to how high your score on the SAT is, your current school grades, and what you have done that is above and beyond the average student whether it be sports or being part of the debate team or band and such. Having several community service hours also helps and having excellent recommendations depending on what school you want to apply for. Obviously if you want to go to Harvard per say then you're going to have to have basically flawless scoring, and if it's a private or public university also makes a difference.
But the problem, and you'll find this everywhere. You have not the choose what you want to maje with youre live. I am 19 years old an till today I never lived my live, cause you have not youre own area. This all is no live it is an systematic controlled live. Hate everything on this globalizated world or what ever.. my english is bad i know... So I want say..I dont know..
If you think Oxford and Cambridge are as good or better than American universities you are brainwashed and badly mistaken. They are relics. There are thousand of accredited schools of higher education all over the US and they have the highest standards in the world in order to maintain their accreditation. Regardless of what field of study you choose, there are graduate schools that will bring you to an expert level where you can begin working at a very high level. MIT is hardly the only top notch technical school in America. Cal Tech and many others are in the same league even if they aren't as famous. Many of the best people in their field from around the world come to work, teach, and live temporarily or permanently in America. Usually this is where they have the best opportunity to fulfill their life's ambitions and more.
If your a fan of Tech there's only 3 places to go to school..MIT, Cal Tech, and Stanford. Harvard, Yale, and Princeton are only places to attend if your're only gonna do 2 of the following, either inherent your daddy's company or do absolutely nothing and just brag to people that you went to those places.
A lot of students pick schools in locations that are near thing they want to see or do(not just School). Many people underestimate the size of the United States. The location of the school can save you money on doing activities outside of school. Do some research on what you want.
#1 Emerson College. Boston, Massachusetts. ...
#2 The University of Texas at Austin. Austin, Texas. ...
#3 Northwestern University. Evanston, Illinois. ...
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#8 University of Missouri - Columbia.
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Each university is different with different programs. Do you know what you want to study?(engineering, medicine, tech, business) Schools like Colorado State University have great programs to help international students. I do not know what their financial aid is like for those type of students. Do you know what you want to do in the USA? (travel, ski, outdoors, city, culture, etc...)
self centered girl, full of herself...smart peeps don't brag. ur whole channel is full of it and I seriously question many things u state. this channel is the way u earn dollars, I guess u have to be creative:)
allanhouston22 To be honest, I actually agree with you to a large extent. The vibe I felt from her videos was that she was prattling on about her dream to migrate to the US, but must she attempt to constantly rub it in?! I don’t think so. I mean, don’t get me wrong, I’m all for pursuing ones’ passions, but there are a lot of unfortunate people—viewers like myself, who’ve suffered a great deal of academic damage, and others who simply do not have the intellectual or financial resources to pursue their dreams. And it’s people such as her and certain relatives of mine, who make you feel completely worthless and loser. Perhaps, she should tone the bragging down a notch and put herself in the position of those who haven’t been blessed with the boundless opportunities due to extenuating circumstances.
also while a degree helps it's not going to open your door to the world. Value in a free market comes with new ideas and HERCULEAN risk, Often your risk will end up in failure where someone else will pick up on that idea give it a few tweaks and BAM works like a charm. we've kinda been brainwashed by crooks in academia that real wisdom somehow comes from an institution or right to passage comes form "Mah credentials" . If we took a gander at the socratic method you wouldn't find anything of the sort.
Blue collar worker here. Dont' waste your time with the ivy league bullshit. Learn a Skilled Trade and learn how to make things with your hands. Tech while it is cool as shit is very volatile and makes us a bit weaker as a species due to dependency on certain things and forgetting the old hard and true principled methods. There's lots of money to still be made in tech before it ends up in a saturated state which will happen probably another decade from here. The concrete is still being poured on what can be achieved but eventually it solidifies and cures and the whole industry will end up like detroit. It's a natural cycle with anything new. we might actually even experience a tech rustbelt of sorts. where once great companies then went sour. But for now at least enjoy the boom.
Dear Marina, thank you so much for your recommendations about TOEFL! I've watched your videos a few times and I was able to get really high scores! May I ask you a question? I remember, you were talking about how you were admitted to the university and even proposed a scholarship. My question is... in order to get a scholarship, do I have to apply to universities first, and then if I am admitted, ask them about scholarships? Or, I have to look for the scholarships first, and only when I am sure I'd get it, I'll have to apply to the universities? Thank you so much!
hey I got to see the 5 reasons why you chose American universities video. it was really useful but can you make a video about the 3 years which you spoke about and what might be the chances of staying even longer and getting a PR status. Also I believe I came across that employers don't employ international students (i'm a stem myself) because of some security clearance and stuff. any info you can give would be really awesome. thanks in advance.
Hello , I am a STEM student just after the election I saw they are cutting fund in environmental protection in which i work. Is it a good decision to apply for USA now or Germany would be a good option?
I like your videos but I think you made some naive comments about academia in the U.S. Becoming a Professor in a US University is extremely difficult. A PhD in a top University is required and the job market candidates are expected to have several publications and innovative theories/experiments published in high impact journals. And even the ones who get a tenure track position, they need to gain tenure, which entails five additional years of crazy work hours, numerous publications in journals (and in some areas publishing a book) on top of teaching, presenting in conferences etc... It is a very demanding field, especially in areas such as Physics and Engineering.
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