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Get a well-rounded education from 3 American universities

Interested in the liberal arts? Want a more comprehensive education? Check out these universities in the US.

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University of Sioux Falls

USF is located in Sioux Falls, South Dakota’s largest city and offers more than 43 programmes for students to choose from. A Christian liberal arts university, USF integrates faith with learning in their campus. With programmes in nursing, education, arts to sciences and even pre-professional programmes such as chiropractic science, there’s bound to be a programme to suit your needs. The university provides a well-rounded education where students are not just taught content through their chosen programme, but are also equipped with life skills. USF also provide opportunities for their students to study abroad for a semester, with partner universities in Greece, China, Korea, Puerto Rico and South Africa.



Mesa Community College

Located in Arizona, Mesa boasts a variety of programmes to cater to their diverse student community. From forensic investigation, to nutrition, astronomy and more, students can opt to take either an associate’s degree or a certificate in any programme you choose. Mesa places strong emphasis on critical thinking and provide students with the skills needed to succeed. Smaller size classes ensure that you’re not just a face in a sea of thousands to your teacher. Students have more time to ask questions and be more involved with the curriculum, which has led to better GPAs.



Culinary Institute of America

Be part of one of the world’s most premier culinary college, founded in 1946, CIA is recognised around the world as a leader in culinary education. The campus is safe and secure with round the clock security and located near one of the most exciting cities- New York. Learn from expert chef-instructors and get personalised academic support.

Jehan, who took a bachelor’s in culinary science, expressed how easy it was to learn, students are able “to get so much knowledge and insight about almost everything from fellow students”. Hear more of what other CIA graduates have to say here



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