While the cost of studying in America is steep, the long-term return on investment is high. Global companies, including Google and Microsoft, actively seek out graduates from top US institutions.
For South African students with big career ambitions – locally or abroad – the hefty price tag is worth the opportunities that come with an international degree.
Flexible Liberal Arts programmes offered by these universities are another big drawcard, as they provide essential workplace skills, such as critical thinking, collaboration, communication and creativity.
Crimson Education, who specialise in assisting local students with the process of applying to the world’s top-ranked universities…
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