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STUDY IN NORTH AMERICA

Fascinating cities, majestic mountain ranges, wide steppes, dry deserts, green rainforests and Caribbean dream beaches - all this is offered by studying in North America. The third largest continent on our planet is often equated with the United States and Canada. In addition to the political and economic supremacy, this is mainly due to the size of these countries. Canada and the United States cover a total of almost 20 million square kilometers, which is around a fifth of the total land mass of the North American continent. An almost infinite variety of different landscapes can be discovered in this huge area. There are also some Caribbean islands, the countries of Central America and Mexico.

Study in North America: Canada

Study in North AmericaCanada, sometimes referred to as the "land of vastness", impresses above all with its unspoiled nature. In Canada there are the Rocky Mountains with their snow-capped peaks and huge forests on the one hand, and extensive prairie landscapes, pristine lake plateaus and rough coastlines on the other.

Wildly romantic landscapes are one thing. The special Canadian charm can also be experienced in the cities. Vancouver, Ottawa, Toronto and the country's cultural capital, Montreal, are just a few examples.

Due to its colonial history, both English and French are official languages in Canada. So if you want to improve your French and still study in North America, you're in good hands in Canada.

No. 1 for studying in North America: USA

When it comes to studying in North America, the United States is at the forefront of popularity. The southern neighbor USA is not short of scenic beauty either: the Grand Canyon, Niagara Falls, the sun-drenched west coast and tropical Hawaii are just a few examples. As a classic country of immigration, the United States is home to people from all over the world. Big cities like New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco or Washington offer an almost endless cultural and culinary offer.

Central America's population

A total of 25 million people live in the seven countries of Central America. According to Countryaah, the population is predominantly of Native American origin, although only a few are purely Native American without European blood in the veins. In addition, there is an African minority in most countries. These are descendants of slaves who were introduced during the Spanish rule and live mainly on the east coast of the Caribbean. Among the African population groups as well as in Belize, they speak English, otherwise the main language of the region is Spanish.

Countries in North America
  1. Antigua and Barbuda
  2. Bahamas
  3. Barbados
  4. Belize
  5. Bermuda
  6. Canada
  7. Costa Rica
  8. Cuba
  9. Dominica
  10. Dominican Republic
  11. El Salvador
  12. Greenland
  13. Grenada
  14. Guatemala
  15. Haiti
  16. Honduras
  17. Jamaica
  18. Mexico
  19. Nicaragua
  20. Panama
  21. Saint Kitts and Nevis
  22. Saint Lucia
  23. Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
  24. Trinidad and Tobago
  25. United States

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