4. You are more likely to have time to travel and visit friends and family
Students studying in the United States like the country's education system in part because of its tight schedule with built-in breaks. The average semester lasts 15 weeks, which means that in a calendar of two semesters, students are only in class for a little more than six months. Summer breaks, which usually last from May through August, give students the opportunity to go home to see friends and family, visit U.S. attractions, or even take part in internships to gain professional experience.
5. The weather in the country is varied
It goes without saying, but the U.S. is big - it's the 4th largest country in the world by land area. Given its size, it's perhaps not surprising that the U.S. has 10 different climate zones
6. Students can enhance their university experience by joining clubs
Many international students studying in the United States get the most out of their U.S. college experience by joining student clubs on campus. It’s a great way to make friendships that will last a lifetime.