USA

  • LANGUAGE English
  • CURRENCY United States dollar ($) (USD)
  • POPULATION 320,206,000
  • TIME FORMAT (UTC−5 to −10)

It is the third largest country in the world, in area and population. It is located in the center of North America, and shares its border with Mexico in the South and Canada in the North, stretching from the Atlantic Ocean in the east to the Pacific Ocean in the west.

The United States consists of fifty states, forty-eight of which make up the contiguous states. The peninsula of Alaska forms the North-western part of the States and the archipelago of Hawaii in the Pacific Ocean. In addition to these fifty states, there are several territories in the Caribbean and Pacific.

Post-secondary education in the USA is the most prestigious. As the number one destination for international students, the U.S. offers most attractive opportunities for furthering your education. As a result, there is about 30% of the all the International Students in the world studying in the United States of America.

Why Study in USA?

The States is a popular choice for many overseas students due to its high standard of education, the diverse culture, friendly people and opportunity for new comers, making it a safe environment to live and study.

Post-secondary education in the USA is the most prestigious. As the number one destination for international students, the U.S. offers most attractive opportunities for furthering your education. As a result, there is about 30% of the all the International Students in the world studying in the United States of America.

Climate

Due to its massive size and extensive geographic features, the states experiences a global climate. The general climate is temperate throughout the whole country.

Different climatic conditions experienced across the USA:

Semi-arid in the Great Plains

Arid in the Great Basin

Mediterranean in coastal areas

Subtropical in the Deep South

Tropical in Florida and Hawaii

Humid continental in the North

Humid subtropical in the South

Desert in the Southwest

Polar in Alaska

In the winter, the Northern States are the coldest while the Southern States are bright and sunny, and rarely drops below freezing. The States usually experiences hot summers usually accompanied by heat waves and humidity, more prominent in the South and Southwest. The spring and autumn are mild and pleasant, with warm, sunny and wet days.

Travel & Transportation

1. Automobiles are cheap and also the easiest mode of transportation

2. The bus – Greyhound – and the rail “Amtrak” are the cheapest ways to get between the states

3.Cheap travel tickets are available to travel from one coast to another

4. Local buses and bicycles are the easiest way to get around within the city

5. Walking is an easy way to get around the town

6. Student fares are available

7. Taxis are expensive

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