Dispelling the myths
We have tried to answer critical questions related to studies, sports, life in the United States and the myths that are associated with them.
We will be happy to give you more detailed answers to questions that interest you, for this merely contact us in the way that is most convenient for you.
Our mission is to give the opportunity to realize the potential of young athletes, regardless of the level of sportsmanship. The athletic scholarship program covers a wide range of academic endeavors, from small colleges to world leading universities.
- Is that true that the cost of participation in an athletic scholarship program costs a lot of money?No, given the benefits that are provided by the university in the learning process in an average of 4 years, you should not consider the cost of participation in the program as expenses.
- Is that true that I will have to pay extra for my studies if I get injured and can’t take part in competitions?No, everyone has injuries, the scholarship is assigned to the student for the entire period of his or her studies.
- Is that true that the athlete must have a high level of skills to get an athletic scholarship?No, a good stable result is enough to have the athletic scholarship.
- Is that true that international student-athletes are not eligible to work in the United States?No, to be more precise, such students can work only on the campus of the university.
- Is that true that preparing a package of documents and passing all the necessary exams takes a lot of time?No, if you do everything in a particular order and on time, the whole process takes a reasonable time.
- Is that true that for transfer-students it is more difficult to be admitted to US universities than high-school graduates?No, students who wish to transfer to the United States have the same rights as high school graduates.
- Is that true that gaining an athletic scholarship for girls is harder?No, only a sports result, as well as academic success, affects the receipt of a sports scholarship.
- Is that true that a student-athlete can be dismissed from the university for bad grades?Yes, at first, an athletic or academic scholarship can be revoked, which would entail a debt to the university for studying. If the debt is not paid, the student will be dismissed.
- Is that true that education in the USA costs from 20 to 60 thousand US dollars a year?Yes, this is true, and the athletic scholarship can cover all these costs.
- Is that true that universities in the US are interested in athletes from abroad?Yes, if such an athlete is able to fill the needs of the university.
- Is that true that studying in the USA is easier than in your home country?Studying is always more exciting and easier if you do what you like and enjoy your favorite things. Yes, in the US, studies are more focused on practical skills, and this may seem easier.