Should I choose Community College or University?
I am a foreign student . My mom got a job in USA so our family will be travelling soon to USA. As an undergraduate i would like to continue my future studies in USA. I complete my high school with 88% and would like to study for B. Arch. I am also preparing for SAT to get a better score. Could u advise me if I should join a community college or apply directy to a university.
Asked by: Carol, 9 months ago
The main advantage of studying at a Community College is that the tuition fees are lower and it is easier to get accepted. However, your grades seem good enough to apply directly to the university (at least if you have good grades in Mathematics and similar subjects needed for architecture), so the choice mainly depends on your economy and which schools are available where your family will live if you want to be close to them.
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Answered by: Johan at DreamStudies, 2019-09-25 15:56:34
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