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"Every child deserves a champion, an adult that will never give up on them, who understands the power of connection, and insists they become the best that they can possibly be"

Rita Pierson, U.S. educator

So your son/daughter is “Footy Mad”, loves sports, plays to a reasonable standard, but doesn’t quite know what to do when they leave sixth form/college. They want to continue with their education and would really like to keep playing their sport to a decent level. Not many universities in the UK offer this option and if they do they can be quiet expensive.

 

We have a solution for you, have you considered a “Soccer Scholarship” in the USA?

 

Hundreds of UK students jet off across the pond every year to live the dream of studying & playing soccer in USA.

 

Why USA?

 

Choice: With over 4,000 colleges & universities in the US offering undergraduate degrees, 1700 with soccer programs. So there are opportunities for everyone.

 

Flexibility: Unlike universities in the UK, where students must commit to a specific course of study in their first year, most US universities allow time to explore academic interests before choosing a “major.”

 

Costs: With most universities in England now charging £9,000 annually just for tuition, students are looking for affordable options in the USA. The cost of tuition at a US college/university varies greatly, but many UK students are able to fund their undergraduate studies through sports scholarships. In the U.S scholarships can fund between 10% -%100 of the total cost of college. You also have to consider, in many US states the cost of living for university students is significantly less than in the UK!

 

Different Culture: The US covers 6 different time zones, and has a whole world of new and amazing experiences for UK student athletes. US universities are known for offering dynamic campus life through their residential communities, student clubs and organisations, and their competitive sports teams. UK students will leave US universities with an impressive CV that will stand out from the crowd.

 

You’re not on your own as thousands of parents of British student athletes have gone through this emotional decision so their child can Live, Learn & Play in the USA.

 

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So your son/daughter is “Footy Mad”, loves sports, plays to a reasonable standard, but doesn’t quite know what to do when they leave sixth form/college. They want to continue with their education and would really like to keep playing their sport to a decent level. Not many universities in the UK offer this option and if they do they can be quiet expensive.

We have a solution for you, have you considered a “Soccer Scholarship” in the USA?

Hundreds of UK students jet off across the pond every year to live the dream of studying & playing soccer in USA.

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Why USA?

 

Choice: With over 4,000 colleges & universities in the US offering undergraduate degrees, 1700 with soccer programs. So there are opportunities for everyone.

Flexibility: Unlike universities in the UK, where students must commit to a specific course of study in their first year, most US universities allow time to explore academic interests before choosing a “major.”

 

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Costs: With most universities in England now charging £9,000 annually just for tuition, students are looking for affordable options in the USA. The cost of tuition at a US college/university varies greatly, but many UK students are able to fund their undergraduate studies through sports scholarships. In the U.S scholarships can fund between 10% -%100 of the total cost of college. You also have to consider, in many US states the cost of living for university students is significantly less than in the UK!

Different Culture: The US covers 6 different time zones, and has a whole world of new and amazing experiences for UK student athletes. US universities are known for offering dynamic campus life through their residential communities, student clubs and organisations, and their competitive sports teams. UK students will leave US universities with an impressive CV that will stand out from the crowd.

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You’re not on your own as thousands of parents of British student athletes have gone through this emotional decision so their child can......

Live, Learn & Play in the USA.