The American dream. Who knows how many times we have seen or have listened others talking about this expression (and how many times we will). The meaning that it carries within, so ideal and utopic, is yet as real as it was back at its time. We all know the professional market and its current situation in our countries and we all have an acquaintance, friend or relative that did his best trying to achieve his goals and ended up by being forced to take up a work totally unexpected and different to the one he had planned right from the start (and that, being lucky in most of the cases). But we do not want to be dramatic. Instead, we want to talk you about a project aiming to distinguish you among them all: studying in the US.
But hey. With this, we do not want to promise you a bright future, although it goes without saying that having an American degree will definitely and greatly favor you in comparison to your national fellows. For that reason, we want to tell you about this American dream, your American dream.
Lots are the benefits of an abroad education. We go out of our comfort zone, we develop as a person and as a student, we discover new cultures and meet people who enrich our perspective and way of thinking, we learn a new language without almost noticing it… In short, we have the best experience of our lives.
Just imagine now how could it be doing all this in the other corner of the planet and in one of the most important countries of the international scene: the United States. A country which works almost like the center of the world, which everyone is always looking out for at every single minute and that, besides its big contrasts, offers great opportunities to millions of people that travel to its borders in the search of a better life. The United States count also with one of the best educational systems of the world, totally different to the ones we know. This is more dynamic, practical and individualized, where effort pays off and everyone finds his place, be it in any athletic team (which also helps you to pay for your education) or in the thousands of clubs and student organizations that American institutions do have at your disposal. In the States there’s always something to do and life does not end after class.
This is not a dream. This is possible and within your reach! Want to know how? Stay tuned!
Why studying in the States? Well, and why not?!