As students begin to think of life beyond secondary school, one of the issues they need to consider is the type of university that provides the best fit for their higher education plans.
There are a number of differences between US and UK universities. Perhaps the biggest one relates to majors or courses of study. In the US, students aren’t expected to know what they want to study when they apply to university. In the first two years, students take classes in many disciplines which provide an overview of the arts, humanities, mathematics, natural sciences and social sciences.