I have to say that one’s life in America is an incredible memory that you will warmly think of for the rest of your life. It is really different from any other country in the world. Starting with the little things like Fahrenheit, gallons and miles, and ending up with bigger things, such as traditions, values, and mentality. America is very open and friendly to anyone who is seeking something - whether it’s a better life, or simply just fun, it’s all here. I must admit, I will never regret that I chose Boston for my graduate program. I had a lot of fun, learned a lot of new things, and it seems like I will return home being a different person. One who is more open, culturally friendly, and inspired by life’s diversity.
Boston is full of places to visit and explore. You can hardly ever be bored here. I think it can satisfy every taste: for party animals, there is a big variety of bars and clubs; for lovers of culture there are museums, exhibitions, the Boston Symphony, and libraries; for architects, different buildings from different times; for food lovers, any cuisine is possible to be found.
When trying to find a job or internship here, Boston University offers a lot of opportunities, such as a big variety of career events, meetings, and conferences. You can also get individual professional help regarding your CV or cover letter. Boston University is a good school and it definitely will be an advantage on your CV, not only in the United States, but everywhere in the world. American companies seem to be open to international students, as they offer a lot of job and internship positions, as well as training and summer programs. So if you are interested – you are good to go.
Overall, I can say that I will definitely recommend Boston University to anyone who will have a chance to study here. I promise, you will never regret it.