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Understanding The US College System
Jeffrey Ludovici, M.A. is a national-level college advisor and consultant based in Pittsburgh. Describes the two main types of colleges in the U.S.
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Studying in the United States - an overview of the U.S. university system
On Tuesday, April 14th, EducationUSA visited Fulbright New Zealand to deliver an information session for prospective undergraduate students wishing to study in America. Education Advisor Katie Sleeman gave an overview of the U.S. university system and the 5 Steps to Study, including researching your options and funding U.S. study.
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UK vs USA: University Differences! • Lingo, Class Structure, etc.
Here are some differences I've found between American college/university and university in England/the UK. Feel free to comment and let me know what you've experienced! (also, I'm sick in this video so sorry about that lol) TWITTER • @kenziexbrielle INSTAGRAM • @mackenziebrielle BLOG • mackenziebrielle.wordpress.com Hi, my name is Mackenzie. I’m a 22 year old grad student living in London! I love city lights, beautiful flowers, Chipotle, concerts, photography, food, and being creative. Want to know more? Let’s be friends!
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Q&A: The American school system
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Ask An American: COLLEGE, UNIVERSITY and HIGH SCHOOL in the U.S.
Is there a difference between college & university in the U.S.? What about high school?? All that and more explained in this video! Thanks so much for watching!! Don't forget to subscribe for more videos -- new videos every Sunday and new Ask an American series on Wednesdays! Linky links: Telekolleg Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/tele.kolleg Hang out with me on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WantedAdventure Chill with me on Twitter: https://twitter.com/WantedAdventure Wave to me on Google+ as you drive by: https://plus.google.com/+WantedAdventure
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American Universities vs THE WORLD!
Should foreign students move to the United States to go to university? We got a letter from an international student asking exactly that! Find out what John Iadarola and Lisa Ferguson think within. But what do you think? Is the quality of the education worth the extra cost? Or is the quality even as high as we've historically thought? And do potential cultural factors matter in this? Let us know what you think! And if you liked this video, "Like" it as well! :) Subscribe to TYT U for more videos: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=tytuniversity Submit a video to TYT U! We love hearing from students and faculty http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nApW3wLdrT4 Follow us on twitter!!! https://twitter.com/#!/tytuniversity https://twitter.com/#!/lisa_ferg https://twitter.com/#!/jiadarola TYT University covers all the news you need to know happening at colleges around the country and across the globe! From student loans to frat parties and dating, we've got it all.
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Study in the USA: 5 reasons why I chose AMERICAN Universities
Study in the USA - 5 reasons why you should do it - in this video! 📗🇺🇸 How I got full financial aid to study in the USA (my book!) - https://goo.gl/fKwah2 How I got full financial aid to study in the USA (MBA and Masters) - https://youtu.be/QsX0z-N6UJw Need my advice? - https://goo.gl/CNA7SD Book by Tim Ferris (The 4 Hour Work Week) - he gives lectures in one of America's top universities! http://amzn.to/2cK2Eog 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. THAT WORD - sabbatical :) Remembered it straight after filming, as usual! Watch-like-subscribe See how I scored 117 out of 120 on TOEFL: part 1: Reading and Listening - https://goo.gl/O4gmio part 2: Speaking and Writing - https://goo.gl/LRfIV0 How I scored 700 on GMAT: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MNxXEyYYTTc How I got full financial aid from top US universities: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QsX0z-N6UJw Subscribe to my channel for more videos about travelling, learning language, education abroad and lifestyle! Instagram - @linguamarina My business - http://goo.gl/RSWy4p Filmed on Canon 650D -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "HOW I LEARN ENGLISH BY WATCHING TV SHOWS - vocabulary, topics" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7uSHsac_-gI -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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UK Universities Easier than US Colleges? Drama!
Will, an American student studying abroad in the United Kingdom, says that universities there are much easier than the college experience he's had in the USA. His argument - tests are easier (or nonexistent), students don't go to class, and they take fewer classes. Drama! Ana and John debate if there's something to Will's argument. [Spoiler: We think its totally dependent on which University you're looking at.] What do you think? Are schools in the UK academically easier than in the USA? Or is Will just seeing things from one perspective? Does the different academic philosophies in different countries matter here? Let us know! And if you liked this video, "like" it as well! :)

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University! British VS American | Evan Edinger & Meowitslucy
University is SUPER different in thE UK VS USA! I personally prefer the US! ►SUBSCRIBE for new videos every week! http://goo.gl/65evwQ Lucy: http://www.youtube.com/meowitslucy Thank you so much for watching! Hope you enjoyed it! Give it a like if so because THANKS :D ►Merch: http://www.fireflightmerch.com/collections/evan-edinger Patreon: http://patreon.com/EvanEdinger Second Channel: http://www.youtube.com/EvanEdinger Tumblr: http://evanedinger.tumblr.com Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/EvanEdinger Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/EvanEdinger Snapchat: EvanEdinger Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/EvanEdingerPage Twitch: http://twitch.tv/EvanEdinger
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US University Credit Hours Explained | That Indian Guy
How can I support this channel: Click on this link here - https://goo.gl/uzQE3e - Sign up for this amazing university search website School Apply and hit "Get Started" and create your free profile - Thank you for your support! In this video I explain what do credits or credit hours actually mean and I also compare the American Credit System to our Indian System. Previous Video: 7 Skills You Need to Learn Before Moving to the US || That Indian Guy - https://youtu.be/X2JdDF13Jrc Next Video: Final Advice before leaving for the US for Higher Education - https://youtu.be/fakRCPUOmVw Subscribe for Weekly Vlogs Please Like the new That Indian Guy page on Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/ThatIndianGuyUSA Follow me on Social Media: Snapchat - @ThatIndianGuy18 Twitter - https://www.twitter.com/thatindianguy18 Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/thatindianguy18 That Indian Guy Blog - https://ThatIndianGuyUSA.Wordpress.com
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America's Broken Education System - Full Documentary 2016
America's Broken Education System - Full Documentary Broken Education System of America Everything in American education is broken. Or so say the policy elites, from the online learning pioneer Sal Khan to the journalist-turned-reformer Campbell Brown. As leaders of the XQ project succinctly put it, we need to “scrap the blueprint and revolutionize this dangerously broken system.” This, they explain, is the sad truth. The educational system simply stopped working. It aged, declined, and broke. And now the nation has a mess on its hands. But there’s good news, too. As Michelle Rhee’s group, StudentsFirst, declares: Americans can “work together to fix this broken system.” All it takes is the courage to rip it apart. This is how the argument goes, again and again. The system used to work, but now it doesn’t. And though nobody inside schools seems to care, innovators outside the establishment have developed some simple solutions. The system can be rebuilt, reformers argue. But first, it must be torn down.
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American Public University System
American Public University System
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Top Universities in USA
In the United States, a state college or state university is one of the public colleges or universities funded by or associated with the state government. In some cases, these institutions of higher learning are part of a state university system, while in other cases they are not. Several U.S. territories also administer public colleges and universities. The U.S. federal government does not run colleges or universities except for the service academies, the Community College of the Air Force, the Naval Postgraduate School, the Air Force Institute of Technology, the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, military war colleges and staff colleges, and Haskell Indian Nations University; additionally Gallaudet University, Howard University, and American University are private universities that are Federally chartered. However, the federal government does make federal grants to state universities. These state, as well as private, universities are accredited by different regional, not national, accreditation agencies, including the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools, the New England Association of Schools and Colleges, the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities, the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, and the Western Association of Schools and Colleges, depending on which region of the United States the university is located in. These accreditation agencies' approvals are critical to a university's operations and public reputation; if a university loses accreditation or is not accredited in the first place, students will be reluctant to either continue or enroll at the school because the degree will be seen as being worthless. (In a worst-case scenario, a university can shut down completely.) The aforementioned agencies are all recognized by the United States Department of Education. Most state universities receive at least part of their funding from the state, although many have substantial income from tuition and fees, endowment proceeds, donations (such as from alumni or philanthropists), and revenue from royalties. State universities usually offer lower tuition costs to in-state residents. According to the College Board, public four-year colleges charge on average $7,605 per year in tuition and fees for full-time in-state students and $11,990 for out-of-state students.[1] In some states, e.g. Maryland, Tennessee, Indiana, and Washington, there is a campus designated as the flagship campus in the state's university system, which generally is the most prestigious campus and the largest campus in student population, e.g. the University of Maryland College Park campus in the University System of Maryland, the Indiana University Bloomington campus in the Indiana University System, the University of Tennessee Knoxville campus in the University of Tennessee System, and the University of Washington's Seattle campus in the University of Washington System. However, in some other states, the state universities are treated as equal partners; therefore there is no officially recognized flagship campus in the state's university system.[2] There are a number of states that have more than one university system, e.g. Tennessee with 2; California with 2; New York with 2; and Texas with 6 (the most).
How (ASU) Arizona State University became the most innovative university in the United States
The necessity of innovation in college is not just an issue of value in Korea. Arizona State University is located in the southwest side of the United States, and ASU has been recognized as the #1 most innovative school by U.S. News and World Reports for three consecutive years. This ranking rises above famous American universities like Harvard, MIT and Stanford. What makes ASU so innovative? Arizona State University president, Michael Crow, has been leading the initiative of changing. He says we, as an institution change. We are changing to be better servants to our students. We are changing to produce better solutions for our society. We are changing to make sure that we can have economic growth continue to accelerate and not leave people behind. In order for people to be employable, and have jobs, and have meaning and purpose to their life, President Crow says change is vital. Learn more about the innovations ASU has been recognized for: https://asunow.asu.edu/20170911-asu-news-asu-selected-nations-most-innovative-school-third-straight-year See what it is like to be an international student at ASU: https://international.asu.edu/ Apply today: https://students.asu.edu/apply
So in this video I'm going to break down the main differences between Italian and American universities for you guys! Are you studying abroad in Italy or USA? What do you have to say about your experiences? In the end, I think it all depends on your preferences! C H E C K O U T M Y B L O G + TiaTaylor.com C O N N E C T W I T H M E + @tiataylorita + inatagram: tiataylor.ita + snapchat: tiataylor.ita + facebook.com/gb.tiataylor
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Do You Understand the Electoral College?
Do you understand what the Electoral College is? Or how it works? Or why America uses it to elect its presidents instead of just using a straight popular vote? Author, lawyer and Electoral College expert Tara Ross does, and she explains that to understand the Electoral College is to understand American democracy. Donate today to PragerU! http://l.prageru.com/2ylo1Yt Joining PragerU is free! Sign up now to get all our videos as soon as they're released. http://prageru.com/signup Download Pragerpedia on your iPhone or Android! Thousands of sources and facts at your fingertips. iPhone: http://l.prageru.com/2dlsnbG Android: http://l.prageru.com/2dlsS5e Join Prager United to get new swag every quarter, exclusive early access to our videos, and an annual TownHall phone call with Dennis Prager! http://l.prageru.com/2c9n6ys Join PragerU's text list to have these videos, free merchandise giveaways and breaking announcements sent directly to your phone! https://optin.mobiniti.com/prageru Do you shop on Amazon? Click https://smile.amazon.com and a percentage of every Amazon purchase will be donated to PragerU. Same great products. Same low price. Shopping made meaningful. VISIT PragerU! https://www.prageru.com FOLLOW us! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/prageru Twitter: https://twitter.com/prageru Instagram: https://instagram.com/prageru/ PragerU is on Snapchat! JOIN PragerFORCE! For Students: http://l.prageru.com/29SgPaX JOIN our Educators Network! http://l.prageru.com/2c8vsff Script: I want to talk you about the Electoral College and why it matters. Alright, I know this doesn't sound the like most sensational topic of the day, but, stay with me because, I promise you, it's one of the most important. To explain why requires a very brief civics review. The President and Vice President of the United States are not chosen by a nationwide, popular vote of the American people; rather, they are chosen by 538 electors. This process is spelled out in the United States Constitution. Why didn't the Founders just make it easy, and let the Presidential candidate with the most votes claim victory? Why did they create, and why do we continue to need, this Electoral College? The answer is critical to understanding not only the Electoral College, but also America. The Founders had no intention of creating a pure majority-rule democracy. They knew from careful study of history what most have forgotten today, or never learned: pure democracies do not work. They implode. Democracy has been colorfully described as two wolves and a lamb voting on what's for dinner. In a pure democracy, bare majorities can easily tyrannize the rest of a country. The Founders wanted to avoid this at all costs. This is why we have three branches of government -- Executive, Legislative and Judicial. It's why each state has two Senators no matter what its population, but also different numbers of Representatives based entirely on population. It's why it takes a supermajority in Congress and three-quarters of the states to change the Constitution. And, it's why we have the Electoral College. Here's how the Electoral College works. The Presidential election happens in two phases. The first phase is purely democratic. We hold 51 popular elections every presidential election year: one in each state and one in D.C. On Election Day in 2012, you may have thought you were voting for Barack Obama or Mitt Romney, but you were really voting for a slate of presidential electors. In Rhode Island, for example, if you voted for Barack Obama, you voted for the state's four Democratic electors; if you voted for Mitt Romney you were really voting for the state's four Republican electors. Part Two of the election is held in December. And it is this December election among the states' 538 electors, not the November election, which officially determines the identity of the next President. At least 270 votes are needed to win. Why is this so important? Because the system encourages coalition-building and national campaigning. In order to win, a candidate must have the support of many different types of voters, from various parts of the country. Winning only the South or the Midwest is not good enough. You cannot win 270 electoral votes if only one part of the country is supporting you. But if winning were only about getting the most votes, a candidate might concentrate all of his efforts in the biggest cities or the biggest states. Why would that candidate care about what people in West Virginia or Iowa or Montana think? But, you might ask, isn't the election really only about the so-called swing states? Actually, no. If nothing else, safe and swing states are constantly changing. California voted safely Republican as recently as 1988. Texas used to vote Democrat. Neither New Hampshire nor Virginia used to be swing states. For the complete script, visit https://www.prageru.com/videos/do-you-understand-electoral-college
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State of the University System Address | President Margaret Spellings
Join President Spellings in Asheville, NC as she addresses WNC on the State of the University System.
Top 10 University in USA ( United States OF America) 2016-2017
Top 10 University in USA ( United States OF America) 2016-2017 1. Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) tops the QS World University Rankings 2016-2017, placing 1st for the fifth year running. Located in Cambridge, Massachusetts, MIT is of course known for its physical sciences and engineering, but is also increasingly well-respected for other subject areas in the social sciences, arts and humanities. 2. Stanford University Climbing one place this year to overtake Harvard, Stanford University ranks second in the world in the 2016-2017 tables. Located in the heart of the famous Silicon Valley, Stanford University and is particularly well-known for its business courses – with an alumni community full of successful entrepreneurs. 3. Harvard University Harvard University concludes the uninterrupted trio of US universities at the top of the QS World University Rankings this year. Harvard is the oldest university in the US, dating back to 1636, and achieved the top position for life sciences and medicine in the QS World University Rankings by Faculty 2015. 4. California Institute of Technology (Caltech) Retaining fifth place in the overall world ranking this year is California Institute of Technology, commonly known as Caltech, located in the city of Pasadena, California. The smallest US university in the top 10, Caltech punches above its weight – particularly in scientific and technical subjects. 5. University of Chicago Ranked fifth in the US and tenth in the world this year, the University of Chicago is affiliated with 89 Nobel Prize winners, and its physics department is known for developing the world’s first man-made, self-sustaining nuclear reaction. 6. Princeton University Princeton University retains its position, at 11th place once again this year. Another of the oldest US universities, it’s especially renowned for academic excellence in the arts and humanities, achieving seventh place for this in the faculty rankings. 7. Yale University Ranked 15th in the world, Yale University’s alumni includes five US presidents and 13 billionaires, and in 1861 the university awarded the first PhD in the US. Around 20% of Yale’s 12,385 students are international, representing 118 countries. 8. Cornell University Located in Ithaca, New York, Cornell University ranks 16th in the world this year. Having awarded the nation’s first veterinary medicine degree, it currently ranks second in the world for veterinary science in the QS World University Rankings by Subject 2016. 9. Johns Hopkins University Ranked 17th in the world, Johns Hopkins University was established in 1876. Considered to be the first research university in the US, it is particularly esteemed for research and teaching in the life sciences and medicine (achieving fifth place for this in the QS World University Rankings by Faculty). 10. University of Pennsylvania The University of Pennsylvania, commonly known as Penn, is ranked 18th in the world this year. Located in Philadelphia, it’s another institution which is highly regarded for life sciences and medicine, achieving first place in this year’s inaugural ranking of the world’s top nursing schools. Reference: http://www.topuniversities.com/university-rankings-articles/world-university-rankings/top-universities-us-201617
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List of state universities in the United States -01
National University Rankings | Top National Universities | US News ... colleges.usnews.rankingsandreviews.com/best.../national-universities See how the top national universities rank at US News. Find rankings for the best national universities in the US.
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U.S. System of Education - English Language Notes 2
Level: low intermediate to advanced Playlist title: Language Notes Lesson 2 Topic: U.S. system of education STUDENTS: Please visit my website for more practice. http://www.englishwithjennifer.com/exercises.php TEACHERS: Visit my WordPress blog for a related post. http://englishwithjennifer.wordpress.com/2013/07/19/education-about-education/ Music Credit: Royalty-free, freeware music loop used. Title: "Smooth Jazz" Artist: Jie Ma Retrieved from http://www.flashkit.com/loops/Easy_Listening/Jazz/Smooth_J-Jie_Ma-9830/
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List of American Universities Where You Can Study FOR FREE!
📗🇺🇸 How I got full financial aid to study in the USA (my book!) - https://goo.gl/fKwah2 Get help with your English with professional teacher (native speaker) - https://goo.gl/XwN7HW Super-duper amazing SAT, GMAT and GRE tutor - https://goo.gl/PkQ0RM Education in the USA IS VERY EXPENSIVE! BUT!! Mane universities provide financial assistance, especially to international students as they want a wider nationality mix + they are interested in having talented people on their programs. I managed to get a full ride scholarship from Johns Hopkins University and University of Florida. In this video I will share a list of most 'generous' universities in America. See how I scored 117 out of 120 on TOEFL: part 1: Reading and Listening - https://goo.gl/O4gmio part 2: Speaking and Writing - https://goo.gl/LRfIV0 How I scored 700 on GMAT: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MNxXEyYYTTc How I got full financial aid from top US universities: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QsX0z-N6UJw Subscribe to my channel for more videos about travelling, learning language, education abroad and lifestyle! Instagram - @linguamarina My business - http://goo.gl/RSWy4p Filmed on Canon G7X -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "HOW I LEARN ENGLISH BY WATCHING TV SHOWS - vocabulary, topics" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7uSHsac_-gI -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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United States, a state college or state university
List of state universities in the United States - Wikipedia, the free ... https://en.wikipedia.org/.../List_of_state_universities_in_the_United_Stat... In the United States, a state college or state university is one of the public colleges or universities funded by or associated with the state government. In some ... ‎Alabama · ‎Alaska · ‎Arizona · ‎Arkansas
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University of the united states Colleges and universities
List of state universities in the United States
In the United States, a state college or state university is one of the public colleges or universities funded by or associated with the state government.
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University System of Georgia
University System of Georgia University system georgia logo.png Abbreviation USG Formation 1931 Purpose educational oversight Headquarters Atlanta, Georgia, United States Membership 29 public colleges and universities, with a combined endowment of approx. $2.5 billion Chancellor Hank M. Huckaby Website www.usg.edu
University of California, United States
University of California at Berkeley (in English: University of California, Berkeley and UC Berkeley)  It is a public research university located in Berkeley, California, USA. They represent the oldest campus among the top ten of the University of California. Since its founding dates back to March 23 1868. Founded in 1868 the merger of the California Faculty (in English: College of California)  It is a private college and College of Agricultural and mining and mechanical arts (In English: Agricultural, Mining, and Mechanical Arts College) in Auckland, a public college. And so is the University of California at Berkeley, the oldest in the University of California system, which includes ten branches. Berkeley has played at its inception to provide "traditional" and "practical" for the people of the state of education, It is a leader in the University of California university system [2] [3]. And shares in Berkeley three belonging to the US Department of Energy laboratories management is the Los Alamos lab National, who played an important role in the Manhattan Project and the Laboratory Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory and Lawrence  Berkeley National.
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University of California, Los Angeles United States
University of California: The University of California is a public university system in the U.S. state of California. university of california davis university of california san diego california state university university of california acceptance rate university of california santa barbara university of california tuition university of california application university of california santa cruz
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University of Washington, USA Edu  System
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Montana University System Board of Regents: September 2017 Day Two
Meeting Reconvenes at 10:50 Two-Year and Community College Committee starts at 48:43
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American University
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USA Main University Education System
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Sneak Peek into the U.S Higher Education System
Get ready for a sneak peek into the U.S. Higher Education System!  If you are trying to figure out the right path for your education in the United States, it is important to understand the different types of institutions that are available to you. That's why we've teamed up with Valencia College in Orlando, Florida to introduce you to the American education system. We will explore the differences between universities and colleges and discuss some of the options for students after graduation. You'll also get an inside look at student life at Valencia College and be able to have your questions answered, live! To contact Valencia College directly, view their profile here: http://bit.ly/1MjY0uo
Traveling inside and outside of the United States: International students at ASU
International students at Arizona State University are eligible to travel both inside and outside of the United States. However, you need to make sure you follow certain regulations to travel safely. When you travel within the U.S. to any of the 50 states or to the U.S. territories (Puerto Rico, Virgin Islands, Northern Mariana Islands), be prepared to take the following documents with you: a valid I-20 or DS-2019, a valid electronic I-94 printout or I-94 card, and a valid passport. You may be required to show your immigration documents to an officer of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement. There are several checkpoints throughout the U.S. When planning to travel outside of the U.S., please check the travel endorsement page of your I-20/DS-2019 for a valid travel signature by a designated school official or alternate responsible officer from ASU ISSC. Travel signatures are valid for one year from the date of the last signature. You can request a travel signature by using our e-forms process online issc.asu.edu/travel/student/signatures You must have the following documents to return to the U.S. in student or exchange visitor status: a valid F-1 or J-1 visa, an ASU I-20 or DS-2019 with travel signature endorsed within 1 year, a passport valid six months into the future, and an enrollment verification and ASU unofficial transcript. After you arrive back in the U.S., you should check your I-94 record. issc.asu.edu/travel/students-fj/travel-outside-us For more resources and information regarding your stay as an international student, please visit issc.asu.edu/
Florida NewsMakers: State University System Chancellor Frank Brogan
On this week's Florida NewsMakers program, State University System Chancellor Frank Brogan sits down with Sachs Media Group's Trimmel Gomes for an exclusive interview about Governor Rick Scott's decision to veto a 3 percent tuition hike for Florida's colleges and universities. The tuition increase would have raised $18.5 million for universities. "I think if you asked each university, they would tell you that they would have liked the opportunity to talk about it and see if in fact they felt it was right for their institution," Brogan said. But the Governor's decision came as no surprise. "I think anyone who has been around and paying attention, knows exactly how Governor Scott feels about the issue of rising tuition. It's a concern to be respected," Brogan tells Gomes. "But I also have to credit Speaker Will Weatherford (and) President Don Gaetz, because they also understand the rising need for the resources to be able to operate what is the second-largest state university system in the United States." During this week's program Chancellor Brogan also explains why despite the tuition veto this was still a remarkable legislative session for the university system.
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Tips for Applying to Universities in the United States
Matt McGann, Admissions Officer at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, gives tips to international students who want to apply to universities and colleges in the United States of America. He discusses choosing a university, standardizes tests (SAT, ACT, TOEFL), extracurricular activities, and college interviews.
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Difference between State and Private University
What is the American university system like and how can it help you achieve your future goals? Watch this EducationUSA Interactive webchat program as a panel helps you explore your options when it comes to studying in the United States. The panel looks at the differences within the American education system, the diversity in cultures and climates that can be found in university options, and how an American university can best help you achieve the goals you've set for your future. This program is perfect for students on any point along their path to studying in the United States be it someone who is just beginning to think about attending or someone who is ready to apply tomorrow.
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Introduction to U.S. University Life
Jake Gutman, our Virtual Intern or 'eIntern', is studying Political Science and Modern Middle East Studies in the University of Pennsylvania. Over the last year he has been working with U.S. Embassy Dublin to create short videos that explain to Irish students what college life is like in the U.S. and how to go about studying there. In this introduction video, Jake outlines the different aspects of university life in the United States. See how different college life is from the Irish system and find out why it might be worth your while to consider a different university journey! For more information see: http://educationusa.state.gov/ http://www.fulbright.ie/
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Differences between America and Australia: EDUCATION
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