Studying in highly developed country with the world largest economy by nominal GDP is a very good way to broadened your academic horizon. Seeing yourself as student of one of the world top ranked universities in the world is worth banking on. International students will find it very easy to integrate into the rich and numerous culture, wide variety of ethnic groups, traditions and values that cut across all sphere of life with great reputation coupled with comprehensive curriculum offered at its institutions.
Study in Universities of United States of America
Concordia University Chicago is a private American; Lutheran Liberal Arts University located in River Forest, Illinois, Chicago.USA.\r\nConcordia University holds a student population of over one thousand undergraduates and three thousand graduate students through its four colleges: The College of Business, College of Education, College of Arts and Sciences and College of Graduate and Innovative Programs. Concordia University Chicago is a member of the Concordia University System: a network of ten American colleges and universities affiliated with the Lutheran Church–Missouri Synod.\r\nFounded in 1864 as a college for teachers, Concordia University Chicago is today, a multicultural reach, innovative and diversified University comprising of four strong colleges with main location on a 40-acre suburban campus in River Forest; only 10 miles west of Chicago City.\r\nConcordia University Chicago is also recognized as “a national College of Distinction for engaging students, great teaching, vibrant community and successful outcomes” and named for the fourth time to the President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll for volunteering and civic engagement.
Marshal University is a highly academically diversified public research university with its main campus in Huntington, West Virginia in the United States. The University has strong international recognition in research and academic excellence with many seasoned alumni’s as trophies.\r\nMarshal University regional centre for cancer research has a national reputation for its programs in rural healthcare delivery.\r\nFounded in 1837, the university now boasts nine undergraduate colleges:\r\n1. College of Arts and Media\r\n2. College of Business\r\n3. College of Science\r\n4. College of Education and Professional Development\r\n5. College of Health Professions\r\n6. College of Liberal Arts\r\n7. College of Information Technology and Engineering\r\n8. Honors College\r\n9. University College\r\n\r\nThe University also has three graduate colleges:\r\n1. Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine\r\n2. General Graduate College\r\n3. School of Pharmacy