The Study with US team interviewed university students from Central Asia about their experiences in the United States—what they found surprising, how they met friends, and what they did for fun. They also shared tips for prospective students from Central Asia related to applying to university, studying for entrance exams, writing essays, and selecting which university to attend.
Graduate from University of Wisconsin in Madison, Wisconsin. Master’s degree in Journalism and Mass Communication
Sophomore at Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science and Business Administration
Junior at Texas Tech University in Lubbock, Texas. Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science
Graduate from Boston University in Boston, Massachusetts. Master’s degree in Project Management
A parent from Kyrgyzstan, Bermet, shared about the initial questions and concerns she had when her son chose to study in the United States. She applauded his successful adjustment to university abroad and said he has become a positive role model for the next generation of their family.
English Language Teacher in Kyrgyzstan whose son studied at Texas Tech University, in Lubbock, Texas