The State of New York Public Universities Consortium are made up of six of the many State University of New York colleges and universities located all across New York State. The members of the Consortium are:
- The University at Albany – State University of New York
- State University of New York at Brockport
- Fulton Montgomery Community College – State University of New York
- State University of New York at Old Westbury
- State University of New York at Oneonta
- State University of New York at Oswego
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to study at one of our schools that are members in the State of New York Public Universities Consortium? Here are some of our international students’ stories, which will walk you through different phases from choosing universities/colleges, then to obtaining a successful career after graduation in New York. Learning from someone who has “been there done that”will provide you with more insight and useful advice to plan to study in the U.S.A.
Q. What were your criteria when you chose a university to study for your undergraduate degree?
I wanted to study close to my family in upstate New York. My first choice was State University of New York at Old Westbury (referred as Old Westbury) because it was somewhat closer to home compared with other schools. Old Westbury can provide me the degree that I passionate about, and the environment that I want to be in. Plus, it is a veryselectiveuniversityinNewYork.
Q. What are your advises for Vietnamese students who are seeking for a right university in the U.S. to study?
Do lots of research, know what you like, find what the school can offer you, find a place that fits your personality so you can feel calm and warm, or go with something different to challenge yourself and learn the new culture and new life. Be adventurous and be inspired!
Q. What was your biggest challenge about English language when you 1st arrived in New York?
I had a disadvantage in vocabulary. However, it has been improved very quickly with the help of my friendship family and friends.
Q. Did you receive lots of helps from faculties and classmates at FMCC in term of improving English in the beginning?
My English teachers were really informative with mostly grammar and written materials. It was also helpful that I hung out with friends from different countries to improve my English.
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