Nobody denies that nowadays the working environment is very competitive. Companies need more and more professionals with experience and – of course – more education. Here in the U.S., it is possible to find an incredible range of alternatives in public or private institutions, although certainly some are more expensive than others.
To study in the U.S. for Latin American students implies the additional opportunity to learn English, expand networks, acquire an international life style, and learn from different cultures. Maybe these are the reasons that motivate the more than 820,000 students’ that enrolled in U.S. colleges and universities in the 2012-13 academic years, according to Pew Research Center.