Studying in the USA
If attending a post-secondary institution in the United States interests you, it is necessary to do your research so you are aware of the programs offered, the costs associated, the philosophy and background of the post-secondary institution, and any other pertinent data you need to make your decision.
One website we've learned about is user-friendly and provides some comprehensive information on a wide variety of post-secondary institutions in the US. Perhaps this would be a good starting point for you in your post-secondary research.
This website is a comprehensive and informative resource that ranks each university throughout the nation by size, degrees offered, tuition costs, admission, graduation, and retention rates. This type of information is very valuable to today's students who are not only dealing with the competitive nature of higher education but also the rising cost associated with them. As always, with any internet resource, use your own caution and discretion at the content and follow up with direct information from the institution itself to ensure accuracy of information.
ACT International is used to evaluate and validate international applicants. They offer students resources in preparation for ACT.
College Board prepares the applicants for a successful transition to college through programs and services in college readiness and college success — including the SAT and the Advanced Placement Program.
US Career Websites:
Discovering Accounting: Accounting can give you many career paths, and workplace opportunitiesâ€‹
Discovering Healthcare Administration: You can have several career options and choices of where to start
New York University Precollege Program: Ever wonder what college would be like in New Your City. Precollege offers high school students the opportunity to experienice NYC for 6 weeks.
University of Chicago Summer Session Offering UChicago Immersion Courses, Stones and Bones, Research in the Biological Sciences and Arts & Sciences Summer programs. These intensive 3 or 4-week summer courses are taught at the college level and kept small, offering both experiential and UChicago seminar-style learning.