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Watch this funny 60 second clip on US vs UK unis and How to Build an Impressive Application...

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Student Uni Fairs: don't miss...

Student Uni Fairs: don't miss...

TELL YOUR SCHOOL about our  advisor training conference "How to Get In: Basics of Applying to University in the USA". 23 September 2016. Kensington Close Hotel,...

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Why study in the US?

Why study in the US?

Ask the US-UK Fulbright Commission... who report that you're in good company: the US is the top destination for international students worldwide.  In fact, over 9,000...

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Can I afford it?

Can I afford it?

America might proclaim itself the ‘land of the free’, but a US university education is anything but. (Skip ahead to see our list of scholarships...

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Scholarships for International Students

Scholarships for International Students

Here's where you click to receive our giant pdf on US university scholarships for international students, covering how to find financial aid and how...

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How do I choose?

How do I choose?

Selecting a university that is thousands of miles away, perhaps without the opportunity to visit beforehand, will worry even those most enthusiastic about their American...

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How do I apply?

How do I apply?

OK, you've made your short list. You know roughly which unis are sure things, which are fall-backs and which are a definite stretch.  Now what? Step by step...

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I need help: find a university consultant...

I need help: find a university consultant...

Which university?? Applications! Essays! SAT exams!! How do I manage it all?? I need professional help! Never fear. Our university consultants are standing...

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Why Uni in the USA: who wrote it

Why Uni in the USA: who wrote it

This guide is written for students by students - most of them British, hence a decidedly British slant and lack of reverence. But the insider intelligence and articles are...

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Map of US universities

Map of US universities

Click on the map to locate the universities in the USA that we review. Each review  is candidly written for students by students - with a distinctly British point...

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UU in the news

UU in the news

IT'S ALL ABOUT US! To be exact, Uni in the USA. The Sunday Times quotes Uni in the USA co-author and educational Anthony Nemecek in US Plucks Britons as Fees Bite.

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Testimonials

Testimonials

On his way to Yale with the Sutton Trust, but wait... what's he reading? Could we ask for a better testimonial?

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The SAT and ACT - and tips for taking them

The SAT and ACT - and tips for taking them

Everything you need to know about taking the SAT and ACT....starting with the most important tip: PLAN AHEAD! Check to see if your uni choices require it, start practicing,...

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Drinking, smoking, drugs

Drinking, smoking, drugs

The majority of Brits spend their university days enveloped in a haze of alcohol that oils the wheels of their social lives, cushions their academic crises and whips up their...

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Uni in Abu Dhabi

Uni in Abu Dhabi

An Englishman in NYU Abu Dhabi Blog post by student Henry Bradley from The Times, Schoolgate. To read the Uni in the USA review of NYUAD, click here.

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