IMPORTANCE OF AMERICAN EDUCATION

“International education is an important part of the well-rounded and complete education we need to offer all of our nation’s children. In today’s world, the line that separates purely domestic matters from those that are international in nature is increasingly blurred, and the world’s economies and societies are now connected as never before. Our graduates should be global citizens prepared to work on solving challenges that transcend borders. In a world that gets smaller every day, a quality education must incorporate an international dimension – not as add-on, but as an approach that is integrated across all subjects, from math and science to social studies” (International Education Week, 2009).

One can gain a global perspective by interacting with the brightest students from around the world.

A degree from a top undergraduate or graduate program will impress potential employers. This will benefit you throughout your entire career, whether you choose to return home or stay abroad.

You will graduate with a global network of alumni who are leaders in their respective fields

USES has identified American universities that are committed to higher education with interactive classrooms and cutting-edge research facilities, to prepare students for the 21st century. USES works hand in hand with these universities to attract students from India and the Middle East. These universities provide a rigorous, applied core curriculum in a contemporary teaching environment that integrates classroom and field work with an integrated practical training experience, prepares students for real world challenges by helping them enroll inthese universities’ various academic specializations ranging, from engineering to medical sciences. Students can take advantage of a variety of clubs and organizations such as performing arts groups, recreational clubs, faith-based groups, social organizations, fraternities and sororities, professional associations, special interest groups, leadership groups, and community service organizations.

VALUES OF AN AMERICAN EDUCATION