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A-Z of College Recruiting & Sports Scholarships for International Students

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The IAM 360 podcast will cover A-Z of College Recruiting. US College recruitment is very complex and confusing. This podcast will help you navigate through the US College Scholarship recruitment process with ease.
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Listen to this episode to find out more about the SAT exam
An international grant is a type of funding that you may receive. Listen in to find out how you may receive one
There are so many misconceptions around US college sport. We crush a few myths in this episode. 
In this episode we talk about the minimum requirements to study in the US. Listen in to find out what type of grades you need.
There are so many ways to reduce your university costs in the USA other than the standard academic and athletic scholarships. Listen in to find out the other ways you can reduce costs  
Academic scholarship is one form of funding that you may receive. How do you know if you might receive one? Listen in to find out
There are a few reasons why you may not see your degree on a universities website. Before you panic, listen to this podcast episode. 
The short answer is yes, however, there are a few factors that determine whether or not its possible. Tune in to find out how transferring works. 
A common question with a simple answer. If you are unsure about junior/community colleges, listen to this episode to find out more. 
College costs vary and are different for everybody. Listen in to this episode to find out exactly how much you need to budget and prepare for. 
Hint: It could be any one school out of over 4,000. Listen in to find out which one is best.
Pretty much every sport you can think of. From the weird to the wonderful, Ten Pin bowling to Soccer. Bass Fishing to Baseball. Whatever sport you play, more than likely its on offer. Listen in to find out more.
There are thousands of international athletes competing across the country in the US College system. Why is this? Listen in to find out why schools recruit internationals.  
There are so many different pathways and fields of study in the US. Most countries require certain grades in high school, certain subjects and a particular final mark in your last year of high school to determine what you can and cannot study. The US is different.
Unlike other parts of the world, there are different types of post high school institutions. In this episode we explain the difference between a four year college and a University.
What do university rankings mean and what is the criteria used to give a school a ranking. It's a little more complex than you think.
Find out how the different divisions within the NCAA work. Which is best? The answer is in this episode of the IAM 360 podcast 
Listen to episode 116 to find out the types of grades you need to achieve in high school to have opportunities in the US. The answer may surprise you.
There are over 4,500 institutions in the US post High School. Within these 4,500 schools there are three different types of schools, Community College/Junior Colleges, Four Year Colleges and Universities. In this episode we talk about the differences between the three types of institutions and why they exist. You may find out where you might end up??
In episode 114 we talk about the US University entry exams, the SAT and the ACT. These two exams will help with university admissions and can sometimes determine where you can and cannot go. The scores you receive after sitting these exams can also determine what type of academic scholarship you may receive. Listen in to find out more. 
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