Tuesday, February 19, 2013


For Indians and other Asians, America is by far the best place to go for higher studies. The reason is simple. The US offers the most dynamic and adaptable education system responsive to the needs of a vast, multi-cultural student community from all over the world.
Be it engineering or Arts, or any other field for that matter, American degrees are perhaps the most state-of-the-art besides being practical in orientation.
When you complete your studies in America and go out into the world, you are likely to be equipped with more than sufficient knowledge and confidence to work in any country anywhere in the world. The emphasis on practical implementation of a subject in real life is a major plus point of American college and university education.
Besides, the reputation that an American degree carries is possibly the biggest lure of all. No wonder there are close to half-a-million international students studying in America, of whom forty per cent were from the Indian subcontinent and Asia, comprising India, Pakistan, Singapore, Hong Kong and Indonesia.
Education qualifications can differ around the world and the same is true for the USA. For international students interested in studying abroad in the USA, it can be confusing trying to understand the differences between how their education system works. Our student editor clarifies the education institutions level and what qualifications are earned. If your reason for studying abroad is to learn something useful, gain some enriching experience in an international community and at the cutting-edge of technology, then America is the only choice you really have. Of course, there are some other countries which can boast of high level of advancement, like France but you are bound to have a communication problem there as French is the core language.
The United States calls itself "a nation of immigrants." You will find that all ethnicities and nationalities are represented, although not to the same extent in every city. In the US, you can encounter and experience almost any climate, landscape, lifestyle, and culture imaginable. By selecting the right location, you will be able to find a living experience that is perfect for you. 
Even though there is so much variety in America, there is still an "American culture" that may be quite different from your own. While much of the said American culture is exported through television, film, and consumer products, there are some aspects that you do not encounter until you live in the US.


“The best is yet to come.”

The country of America hailed the re-election of Barack Obama, who won the presidential re-election. President Barack Obama narrowly won re-election, overcoming public doubts about his performance on the economy. His victory makes Mr. Obama the first president since Franklin D. Roosevelt in 1940 to succeed with a higher unemployment rate on Election Day than on his inauguration day four years earlier. U.S. unemployment now stands at 7.9%, compared with 7.8% when Mr. Obama took office.