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USA

One of the most attractive features of the U.S. higher education system is the flexibility it provides through the number and diversity of institution types it encompasses.

This diversity offers students options to specialize in a variety of academic disciplines and even gain employment training. A variety of institution types offer higher-education degrees. Liberal arts institutions, for example, offer courses in the arts, humanities, languages, social and physical sciences. The majority of liberal arts institutions are private. Private colleges and universities are funded by a combination of endowments, gifts from alumni, research grants, and tuition fees. They can also have a religious affiliation.

An alternative route to studying in USA

Community colleges
provide a two year associate’s degree program, often used as a springboard to a four year bachelor’s degree at university. Community c olleges have fewer admissions requirements than four-year institutions. Starting at a community college for two years and then completing your bachelor’s degree at a university is a cost effective way for you to obtain a university degree in the US. A degree from a North American university will give you a lifetime of rewards.

Regardless of the institution type, in the United States, students typically earn credits for courses they take and these credits count towards the completion of a program. Courses are often divided into "core" subject areas to provide the foundation of the degree program and "major" courses to provide specialization in a subject area. Students can also take "elective" courses to explore other topics of interest for a well-rounded educational experience. The U.S. academic calendar typically runs from September to May and can be divided into two academic terms of 16-18 weeks known as semesters. Alternatively, some schools may operate on a quarter or trimester system of multiple terms of 10-12 weeks. With the variety of available U.S. higher education options, students are sure to find the right fit for their academic, financial, and personal needs. Interested in studying in the US?
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CANADA


There are a wide variety of higher education institutions which you can choose from in Canada, each located across a wide range of environments as well as having strong reputations in distinct subject areas. Similar to the United States, in Canada you can choose to study at a technical or community college if you have a particular career in mind; or you can transfer to a university to continue your studies at undergraduate level. In Canada, each province and territory is responsible for education at all levels within it including universities i.e. there is no federal accreditation. This means that each province and territory regulates the standards of education and any issues which arise as well, and these are strict to ensure quality

Feats Support Services has strong and contractual relationships with some top universities and colleges in USA and Canada. We are able to achieve this through our strategic partnership with the likes of Cambridge Education Group, Kings Education, Wellspring International all of the having presence in Europe and America. Below are some of the schools we have established relationship with that we can confidently process admissions.

  • Florida International University (Chapman Graduate School of Business), Miami
  • Wheelock College (Oncampus Boston), USA
  • Morrisville state college, New York – SUNY county USA
  • Shoreline Community College, Seattle - Washington USA
  • Ohio State University, Ohio USA
  • St. Morris University, St. Louis - USA
  • Kwantlen Polytechnic University, Canada
  • Cape Breton University, Canada
  • University Canada West, Canada
  • University of Manitoba (International College of Manitoba)
  • Fanshawe College, Ontario – Canada etc