Are you a Chinese student looking for more information on studying at an American university? Look no further - this article has what you're seeking.
More and more Chinese students are coming to school to study in the U.S.A. every year. Three years ago, there were 10 million students in China who took the college entrance examination, the Gao Kao, and China's universities could only accommodate 5.7 million Chinese students. This statistic has not changed substantially since.

With the rising strength of the Chinese economy, it's a natural solution for Chinese students to come to America for a collegiate education, where there are ample slots for additional students. But applying for school in America can have its own problems and difficulties.

We've assembled some articles below to help Chinese students make their decisions about studying in the USA, and to help make the process of coming to America as simple and easy as possible. Follow and use the advice in these articles, and in no time, you'll be able to join all the Chinese students in America for a great education, studying the U.S.A.

You can find information on the travel visa requirements for coming to America as a student; the important differences between the Gao Kao and the SAT in China; and college enrollment statistics for international students throughout America.

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