Feb 07, 2017 09:19 AM EST
Top Alternative Options for International Students Who Plan to Study in the US [Video]
International students who plan to study in the United States will face lots of difficulties. Students from the banned countries need to find options. Those who come from countries whose citizens will be allowed to enter the US might hesitate to go there. No one can tell who else might be banned in the future. They might prefer studying in other places for the time being,
There are several excellent options for students who really want to get international education. These options are safer and cheaper, according to The Libertarian Republic.
Finding Other Study Destinations
A recent listing of the top international schools in the world revealed that the best international schools are the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich and Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne in Switzerland, University of Hong Kong in Hong Kong, National University of Singapore in Singapore and the Imperial College of London in UK, according to Times Higher Education. Students living near these countries will be better off enrolling in these schools.
Enrolling in Online Degree Programs
Many colleges and universities in the US offer online degree programs. Students can stay in their home country yet, they can get a degree from these institutions of higher learning. Named as the top five colleges and universities in the US that offer online degree programs are the Pen State World Campus, University of Florida distance Learning and UMass Online, according to The Best Schools.
Studying at Home
Studying in one of the colleges or universities in one's homeland will be the best and cheapest choice. Countries all over the world have excellent schools. Studying in one of them will cost less and will bring lot's of conveniences.
Studying in the US may not be the best option for the moment. International students in the US fear of being sent home anytime. This might be the time to look for other options.
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