BEST U.S. STUDY WEBSITES

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The most important websites for Middle Eastern and North African students thinking about studying in the United States are listed below. For more helpful links, visit other pages on our website.

CHEA (Council on Higher Education Accreditation). CHEA or other organizations recognized by the U.S. Department of Education have a database of all the institutions they have accredited. However, accreditation of the institution or university as a whole by a CHEA or U.S. Department of Education certified accreditor is necessary for degree recognition even though not all fields of study require it or even have professional accreditation!

College Board. An effective search engine for identifying undergraduate programmes is available on the website of the company that created the SAT standardised admissions test and the CLEP examination for credit programmes.

EducationUSA. This website is a fantastic place for overseas students to start learning about studying in the United States because it offers thorough information on how to apply as well as how to get ready for life and school in the country. Additionally gives contact details for EducationUSA locations around the world.

Educational Testing Service. Creator and primary source of data on standardised examinations, including the TOEFL, GRE, and others.

Edupass. This website specifically addresses admissions, funding, English language study, visas, cultural differences, U.S. life, and other topics for overseas students thinking about studying there. A list of the American universities that support international undergraduates the most is also provided.

Funding for U.S. Study. Excellent resource for finding the hundreds of grants given out by governments, charities, and international organisations exclusively for international students. searchable by nation, location, or academic field. International Institute of Education.

GradSchools.com. Find programme descriptions by selecting a category.
USA Intensive English. Programs for learning English are included in a database that may be searched by institution and programme type.

Peterson’s. On the website of this educational publisher, you may look for both undergraduate and graduate programmes. CHEA (Council on Higher Education Accreditation) (Council on Higher Education Accreditation). CHEA or other organisations recognised by the U.S. Department of Education have a database of all the institutions they have accredited. However, accreditation of the institution or university as a whole by a CHEA or U.S. Department of Education certified accreditor is necessary for degree recognition even though not all fields of study require it or even have professional accreditation!

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