COLLEGE PROGRAM

Junior College lasts for 2 years.

ABOUT THE PROGRAM

Junior college or community college is a college that is at a lower level than a university. The main purpose of this program is to provide academic and professional education.

ORIENTATION

The highest certificate offered by such schools is the Associate's degree. However, if students decide to transfer to a four-year college and continue their education, they are able to transfer some or all of the credits obtained at Junior colleges according to the requirements and criteria of four-year schools.

GRADING

The grading system is the same as in high schools and prep academies. Tuition fees at Junior Colleges are significantly lower than tuition fees at universities.

ABOUT THE PROGRAM

Junior college or community college is a college that is at a lower level than a university. The main purpose of this program is to provide academic and professional education.

ORIENTATION

The highest certificate offered by such schools is the Associate's degree. However, if students decide to transfer to a four-year college and continue their education, they are able to transfer some or all of the credits obtained at Junior colleges according to the requirements and criteria of four-year schools.

GRADING

The grading system is the same as in high schools and prep academies. Tuition fees at Junior Colleges are significantly lower than tuition fees at universities.

OPPORTUNITIES

If students maintain good grades at Junior College, they have the opportunity to transfer to a university and earn a Bachelor’s degree. Also, athletes have the opportunity to be seen by coaches from universities and to receive a sports scholarship for four-year studies. Some students decide to enroll in Junior College and after two years transfer to a university to save money.

BENEFITS OF ATTENDING
JUNIOR COLLEGE

Junior colleges belong to the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NJCAA). This sports organization has over 500 schools in 44 states across the United States. The NJCAA consists of 3 divisions. Each year, over 3,400 teams compete in 28 different sports in three NJCAA divisions.

In addition to saving money, many Junior Colleges offer certificates and diplomas in specialized career-oriented fields, such as engineering technology, auto mechanics, or paralegal studies, which allow students to enter the workforce faster than would be the case at a four-year university.

Attending this program is a great option for anyone who applied late for the program or failed to score enough on the SAT and TOEFL tests. Also, this is a good option for candidates who have difficulty with English. If students perform well at Junior College, there is a possibility of transferring to a university (four-year studies).

THIS IS A GREAT OPPORTUNITY FOR ATHLETES TO BE NOTICED BY COACHES FROM THE UNIVERSITY AND GET THE CHANCE TO TRANSFER THERE AND CONTINUE THEIR SPORTS CAREERS AT A HIGHER LEVEL

APPLICATION PROCESS FOR
COLLEGE PROGRAM

1. REGISTRATION

* Creating a profile for the client
* Creating / Delivering Video Highlights
* Checking the academic status of the client
* Delivery of necessary documentation

2. ASSESSMENT

* Assessment of the quality of sports abilities
* Decision on promoting and presenting the client to institutions

3. TESTS

* Registration for SAT and TOEFL
* Applying for an NCAA or NAIA Eligibility Center

4. PROMOTION

* Submission of official offers of interested universities
* University selection

5. FINAL PHASE

* Finalization of documentation
* Going to the US embassy for visa application

6. FLIGHT

* Getting a visa
* Departing to America

APPLICATION PROCESS FOR
COLLEGE PROGRAM

1. REGISTRATION

* Creating a profile for the client
* Creating / Delivering Video Highlights
* Checking the academic status of the client
* Delivery of necessary documentation

2. ASSESSMENT

* Assessment of the quality of sports abilities
* Decision on promoting and presenting the client to institutions

3. TESTS

* Registration for SAT and TOEFL
* Applying for an NCAA or NAIA Eligibility Center

4. PROMOTION

* Submission of official offers of interested universities
* University selection

5. FINAL PHASE

* Finalization of documentation
* Going to the US embassy for visa application

6. FLIGHT

* Getting a visa
* Departing to America

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