North Carolina State University, founded in 1887 as the state's first land grant college, has a duty to open the doors of education for everyone and is dedicated to excellent teaching, the creation and application of knowledge, and engagement with public and private partners. By uniting its strength in science and technology with a commitment to excellence in a comprehensive range of disciplines, NC State promotes an integrated approach to problem-solving that transforms lives and provides leadership for social, economic, and technological development across North Carolina and around the world.
You might have heard the terms freshman, sophomore, junior, and senior before, but what do they mean, and why does the U.S. use such “weird” terms to describe their students?
Summer courses are classes offered at most American colleges and universities during the summer months. Enrolling in summer courses has numerous benefits. As a student attempting to complete a degree program, summer courses should not be something you overlook. Enrolling in a summer class or two could help you kickstart your career. In today's fast-paced, constantly changing world, learning and studying means you have more options and avenues to achieve your personal and academic goals.
The University of New Orleans, which was founded in 1958 as the first fully integrated public university in the South, is committed to providing educational excellence to a diverse undergraduate and graduate student body. The University is one of the region's foremost public resources, offering a variety of world-class, research-based programs, advancing shared knowledge and adding to the region's industry, culture, and economy.
The University of Indiana, founded in 1820, is dedicated to creating dynamic partnerships with its communities in economic, social, and cultural development and offering leadership in creative solutions for 21st-century problems. UI strives to achieve full diversity and maintain friendly, collegial, and humane environments, with a strong commitment to academic freedom.
The first conversation with a college coach is for them to learn as much as possible about you in order to figure out whether you are a good fit for them and if they are a good fit for you.
With more than 77’000 competing in the NAIA (National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics), over 60’000 in the NJCAA (National Junior College Athletics Association), and around 500’000 competing in the NCAA (National College Athletics Association), well over half a million students choose to go into college sports in the United States alone. Making up around 17% of college students, student-athletes, and college sports are more popular than ever, and it isn’t hard to see why! Explore some of the benefits that participating in college sports may bring.
Colorado State University-Pueblo, which was founded in 1933 as Southern Colorado Junior College, is dedicated to interdisciplinary learning and entrepreneurship that elevates their people and their community, creates educational opportunities, fosters unique collaborations, and supports inclusion, access, and affordability as a gateway to the world.
Get to know more about one of the nation’s elite research universities and most respected learning institution in the United States. The Florida State University, which was founded in 1851, making it the oldest continuous site of higher education in Florida, is dedicated to excellence in teaching, research, creative endeavors, and service. In addition, FSU […]
On July 17 and 18, the next edition of our uniexperts College Tennis Showcase will take place at the Tennis Club Weiden in Cologne, Germany.
My name is Leony Deutschmann, and I'm a German tennis player who is currently a freshman at the University of Tyler at Texas. I want to take you on a journey of my life as a student-athlete competing in college tennis.
My name is Henry Ost, and I am from Hannover in Germany. I have been playing golf since I was 13. Since August 2020, I am a Freshman at Flagler College in Saint Augustine, Florida. I became a uniexperts Ambassador this spring, which means that I will give you some insights into my life as a college golfer here at Flagler College.
It’s a wrap – our first uniexperts career workshop on the 22nd of September was a success! First of all, we would like to thank everyone who participated and to SAP for holding this event.
Covid-19 has affected most parts of our lives and so it did with college sports and scholarships in the US. Many of you might not know whether to still follow your path to the US or whether you should even consider that option.
You might have seen some of these recruiting videos already, especially on YouTube. It is quite obvious, that showing off your abilities is a great way to show the college coaches – well your ability.
International students that plan to go to the United States will go through a lengthy admissions process. One important step is two separate tests, that the students will have to pass – the SAT and TOEFL.
Due to the current situation in the US, a lot of international students might be faced with different sorts of offerings by the respective universities – Hybrid, Online, and On-Campus Classes. But what exactly are the differences?
uniexperts alumnus Kim Moosbacher has achieved two honors to end her college career at the Oklahoma Baptist University. She was awarded the ITA Player of the Year award, and the GAC Athlete of the Year, which was the for any tennis player, men’s and women’s – WOW!
Once you have settled in, there is more important business waiting for you. The goal of this blog post is to give you an idea of what is coming so that you can prepare appropriately.
With your own US adventure on the horizon or your thoughts circulating about college sports, there might be many questions you have for your first steps in the new country. Of course, it will be different for everyone but we can try and give you an overview of what is waiting for you at the start of your journey and maybe make it a bit easier.
There is a lot of doubt circulating concerning the idea of playing #collegetennis. We would like to shed light on this debate.
This past weekend, the German Davis-Cup team played in Düsseldorf against Belarus. The winner would qualify for a spot at the Davis-Cup Finals by Rakuten in Madrid from November 23rd to the 29th.
The 6th College Tennis Showcase edition presented by VAN STRAATEN took place about two weeks ago
There is a lot of doubt circulating concerning the idea of playing #collegetennis. What is true and what is not?
The right mindset is, next to skill, the most important aspect of being an athlete, but also as a student. A college athlete should combine those mindsets to achieve your goals in both areas.
Going pro is a tough decision but focusing totally on sports might be the way to go to close the gap to other competitors.
Making decisions is tough. Especially when you are young. Did I have a clue what to do after high school graduation?