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Accommodations on university campuses are called "residence halls" or "dormitories." For most universities, first-year students are required to live on campus before they have the freedom to find their own housing off-campus. This allows them to more easily integrate into university life and take advantage of the various resources and activities available on campus.





Sports play a significant role in the lives of American students. Consequently, you will have access to all campus sports facilities (gymnasium, football fields, squash courts, swimming pool, tennis courts, sauna, etc.).

However, even though sports hold a prominent place, it is also possible to join numerous student associations (fraternities, sororities, theater, etc.) and participate in organized non-sporting activities (movies, theater, concerts, etc.).

Furthermore, American universities often offer a wide variety of clubs and interest groups, allowing students to meet new people and get involved in activities that they are passionate about beyond sports.

The Different Degrees:

BAC +2

This diploma is obtained in 2 years at a community college. It offers mostly general courses. Most athletes choose this option to learn English before transferring after two years to complete their bachelor's degree at another university.


BAC +4

The Bachelor's degree is the most common diploma for athletes. Its flexible schedule allows the athlete to balance sports and studies to obtain a globally recognized degrees in 4 years.

Master Bachelor +2

The Master's degree is highly valued in the United States because few Americans possess one. Most Master's degrees take 2 years to complete but can be obtained in 1 year in some accelerated programs.


Master +3

The Doctorate (Ph.D.) is obtained 4 or 5 years after earning the Bachelor's degree. This degree allows individuals to become lawyers, doctors, or professors. Only a tiny portion of the American population holds this degree.

The Different Courses:

University courses cover a variety of subjects, such as psychology, sociology, political science, and biology. Each course explores a specific field in depth, providing students with in-depth knowledge and practical skills in their area of study.

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Business Administration, Accounting, Finance, E-commerce, Entrepreneurship, Marketing, International Business, Statistics, Management Information Systems (MIS), Management...

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Dietetics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Medicine, Nursing, Pharmacy, Athletic Training, Exercise Science, Food and Nutrition...

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Language, History, Music, Literature, Philosophy, Visual Arts, Political Science, Architecture and Design, Theater...

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Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Industrial Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Biomedical Engineering...

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Social Sciences

Psychology, Sociology, International Relations, Public Health, European Studies, Public Administration...

The schedule

The schedule for the academic part is very flexible in the United States. Indeed, students have the possibility to choose the courses they want at the time that suits them. This flexibility allows athletes to balance sports and studies without encountering conflicts.

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