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Why study at a Junior college in the U.S.?
Learn a new language, travel and discover new cultures while obtaining a degree from a prestigious U.S. university. There is a world full of opportunities out there!
Junior colleges or Community colleges offer the alternative to study the first half of a bachelor's degree. Many students see it as a great opportunity to start off their bachelor degrees, or even advanced degrees at an American university. These first two years are intended to provide a solid base of general knowledge to the students, in addition to their associate degrees, for them to subsequently transfer to a 4-year degree at another institution and continue their studies in a specific field.
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How to apply for a scholarship to study at a Junior college in the U.S.?
The question is not “can you?”. The question is “do you want to?”.
We highly recommend participating in a transfer program at a Community college to subsequently transfer to another university and complete the last two years of your degree. Students can transfer their obtained credits at a Community college to universities that offer a 4-year degree. In many cases, the Junior colleges and universities have established cooperation agreements between their institutions to make the transfer process easier.
I want to study at a Junior college in the U.S.
Community colleges in the U.S. offer job training programs that guide you in terms of career choices. Students that graduate from a Junior college obtain an associate degree. If you complete a job training program of at least nine months as an international student, you can request an Optional Practical Training (OPT) in your field.
Requirements to get into a Community college in the U.S.
What requirements do I need to study at a Junior college in the U.S.?
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