The American educational system draws international talent to its universities by offering great opportunities for profiles of students who excel academically. To attract this talent, universities offer scholarships in United States for students, including internationals.
How to get a scholarship in the United States? The first step is to know the process. A previous work of personal evaluation and identification of those universities that fit more with the profile and expectations of each student who wants to study at the university in the United States needs to be done ahead of time.
To evaluate the admission and scholarship options in the USA, it is fundamental to know the academic profile and various factors that the student can present.
You need to have finished the high school studies.
Take SAT and TOEFL exams.
Complete and send the application to each particular university selected.
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We can share with you a free evaluation without any kind of commitment of your options regarding academic scholarships in the US.
We advise you during the process as well as we plan with you the map route we need to follow in order to prepare the documentation needed and the registration to exams.
We look for the best university possible for each student and we mediate in the achievement of scholarships. We give you advice academic and financial wise.
We help you through all the “paperwork” you need to complete in order to be admitted in the selected university, Apart from this, we help you out with the registration in the different sports organizations and in the process of getting the student visa.
We provide online tutorials to prepare you for the SAT and the TOEFL exams, required by almost all American universities.
At AGM we are proud to have succeeded in changing the lives of hundreds of student-athletes, who are enjoying the advantages of the American educational system, or have already obtained their university graduation, which together with the English language, are opening incredible opportunities for success In their lifes.
Alejandra Mazo, Stanford University student
Carolina Romero, University of Toledo student