What is a Community College?
For those new to the term, a Community or Junior Colleges are two-year schools that offer certificates and associate degrees to students. This two-year associate degree allows the student to eventually transfer to a university to complete a bachelor’s degree in the next two years.
So, what does a community college have to offer an international student?
There are several compelling reasons:
1. Nominally priced
2. Personalized attention
3. Flexibility to learn
4. STEM, Business, and analytical fields to choose from
5. Ease of transitioning to a University of a higher rank
If gaining a degree and the promise of a good return on investment be the only priority on your list, then an associate degree from a Community College can be the best answer.
Head towards the U.S after your 12th or “A” Level and start preparing for a bachelor’s degree from a host of programs ranging from Engineering, Arts, Business, or Science.
Post completion take advantage of OPT benefits of simply pursue an additional two years with a university-affiliated with our community college to complete your bachelor’s degree.
Why choose a Community College?For several reasons, as an international student, you may want to join a Community College program in the US. Here are some of the most common draws of these programs are:
The Community College Experience Is…
Some of The Programs on Offer:
Computer Science - A.S.
Computer Security and Forensics - A.A.S.
Cybersecurity - A.A.S.
Electrical Engineering Technology - A.A.S.
Business: Accounting - A.A.S.
Business: Business Administration - A.S.
Web Development and Management - A.A.S.
For a comprehensive list of programs, contact your enrolment advisor.