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ABOUT NORTH AMERICA

Occupying the northern part of the large super-continent known as Americas or New World, North America is surrounded by the Arctic Ocean from the north and by the Atlantic Ocean from the east, by the Pacific Ocean from the west and south. It has an overland border with South America continent, which runs along the state boundary between Panama and Colombia.

In total, in North America, there are 23 officially recognized independent states. The largest of them is Canada, followed by also rather big the United States. These two giants together occupy more than 79% of the whole continent area. The smallest country in this part of the world is Saint Kitts and Nevis, it is only two small islands in the Caribbean.

Among the most visited North American countries the number one is the USA, where New York City is considered the most attractive landmark for travelers, further followed by Mexico and Canada.


The always up-to-date list of countries of North America in alphabetical order

  • A
  • Antigua and Barbuda
  • B
  • Bahamas
  • Barbados
  • Belize
  • C
  • Canada
  • Costa Rica
  • Cuba
  • D
  • Dominica
  • Dominican Republic
  • E
  • El Salvador
  • G
  • Grenada
  • Guatemala
  • H
  • Haiti
  • Honduras
  • J
  • Jamaica
  • M
  • Mexico
  • N
  • Nicaragua
  • P
  • Panama
  • S
  • Saint Kitts and Nevis
  • Saint Lucia
  • Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
  • T
  • Trinidad and Tobago
  • U
  • United States of America (USA)
Below are 5 places to study in North America:


1. BOSTON:

Boston is a global center for higher education. With over 50 colleges and universities in the metropolitan area, the city is home to more than 250,000 students from around the globe. This high concentration of academic activity adds to Boston's vibrant, forward-thinking atmosphere.

Boston is at the corner of history and modernity, inextricably linked to America’s dawn. Here, you’ll find Plymouth Rock, where the Pilgrims first landed, and patriot Paul Revere’s house. But you’ll also discover a bustling city, rich in business opportunities, including those in the booming software industry.

Fondly referred to as Beantown, Boston is home to the U.S.’ first subway system, lighthouse, public park, and college, Harvard University. In fact, in its mere 48 square miles, Boston houses more than 85 private colleges and universities and a student population of more than 250,000. This means the city has the second highest number of students in North America and the most diverse population in the country.

An interesting blend of old and new, Boston boasts a vibrant cultural scene and lively nightlife fueled by its young population and renowned colleges devoted to the fine and performing arts, such as the Berklee College of Music, The School of the Museum of Fine Arts, and the Massachusetts College of Art and Design.


2. MONTREAL:

Montreal has already conquered the hearts of thousands of international students and that for a good reason. The city is simply made for students! Culture, arts, gastronomy, sports, prestigious schools and universities … Montreal offers everything that will make your stay a unique experience! So, you shouldn’t hesitate any longer and start your adventure


3. TORONTO:

Situated in the English-speaking province of Ontario, Toronto is a multi-cultural city with a global outlook, and lots to offer overseas students.

The student population of Toronto reflects the diversity of the city itself, with students coming from around 160 different countries.  And its swathes of international applicants are generally pleased with their choice.Toronto offers a good choice of well-regarded universities, a big city vibe, and fees and living costs that are slightly below US levels. The city is also a major international centre for business and finance, and is the third largest hub for film and television production after Los Angeles and New York.

Toronto has three internationally ranked universities, as well as many smaller schools. Leading the pack is the University of Toronto, a multi-campus college, with its downtown St George campus noted for its green spaces and striking gothic and Romanesque architecture.  With over 69,000 students, this is the largest university in Canada and boasts an international reputation for research and teaching.


4. VANCOUVER:

Living and studying in Vancouver is a unique experience and has something to offer for everyone, no matter what you are interested in studying or doing.

Vancouver has been voted one of the most livable cities in the world. It is one of the best cities to live and work in Canada. Vancouver has built itself a cross-cultural network with these cities, forming international partnerships that collaborate to share information, promote education and enhance economic development for the benefit of the global community.


5. SAN FRANCISCO:

San Francisco as a whole include some of the best schools in the country, including stanford university and  UC Berkeley and others.






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