'Should I go to community college first, or should I go straight to university for undergraduate study?'
This is a question we commonly hear from students who are planning to study in America. Taro, a Japanese student who has studied at both levels, discusses what you can gain from both options in the video below. If it helps you, give it a LIKE. There's some useful links after the video too.
So, should you get an associate's degree and transfer for further two years to gain an undergraduate degree? Or should you just begin with undergraduate study at a university?
Watch more clips from our Hangout with Taro:
‘How can I make new friends when studying abroad?’
‘What myths about studying in America are NOT true?’
‘What classes can I take at community college?’
‘What’s the difference between community college and university?’
‘How can study abroad improve your career prospects?’
‘Why study a graduate course in America?’
What is 'community college'?
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Taro's YouTube channel