Why I-20 from an English school

Like we need a resume in order to find a job, I-20 is like letter of acceptance from a school if you are admitted to their programs or institutions. However, this does not necessarily mean that one can certainly be approved for a student visas. Resume is not a pass for any candidate to have the job even though it indicates somewhat about your qualifications. A good resume is like a good I-20. If we get admitted to a good school, it is more likely that we can acquire a student visas. In another word, a good academic background always benefits its candidate.

The fact is not every students has a savvy transcript with over 3.5 average grade-points. So, what can we do?!

We need to choose an appropriate school. The answer is simple like that.

It is a long way to pick a good school. An average person might spend weeks or months in order to search for schools that fit his/her the most. That does not mention to those who have no clue of what they are looking for. Once they are looking right at it, they even wonder if this school is really good (enough) for them. One good advice would be: Do not waste your time.

So, what should we do?!

Attending an English school is my advice. It cost you less, the program is easy to catch up and we can take our time to adapt to the new environment while searching for our appropriate programs, right in the host country. Besides, the paper work process to get the visas is quick and very standardized. How great does that sound?!

For those who still in doubt about the tuition fee at English school.

Apparently, we will get what we paid for. But tuition fee for a semester at any university could be $5,000 to $12,000 while it cost us about only $2,000 in English schools. The point here is we have more time to learn a new way of life. That is really critical too. After we spend 6 months in an English school, we can easily find a good program for ourselves and go along with it. This option is especially helpful if we can afford only the first six months of our tuition fees. During this time, we might find a job and work while studying during the rest of our staying in the host country.

Again, the whole point of this option is money saving, it is not about some fancy plans for an excellent student. This is about an average person wanting to spend his/her student life abroad.

After we have an I20, what next?!


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