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Getting admitted into an Ivy League

The Ivy League is a prestigious group of eight private universities in the United States, known for their academic excellence…

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A day in the life of a college swimmer

You’ve dreamed of going to college in America, swimming at incredible facilities and travelling around America competing against some of…

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The SAT is going digital

College Board has announced that the SAT will be digital from March 2023. Before you rush to book it, it’s…

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What is a US scholarship?

The official definition of a scholarship is “a grant or payment made to support a student’s education, awarded on the…

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Are American Universities the same as European Universities?

“Are colleges in America the same as universities in Europe” is a question we often get asked by our athletes.…

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August Athlete Achievements

Our European athletes are finishing up for the season and we have plenty of athlete achievements to shout about from this…

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A new partnership with Global Junior Golf

We’re excited to announce a new partnership with Global Junior Golf. Global Junior Golf is a fantastic platform for young…

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Sir Henry Cooper Junior Masters in association with College Sports America

We are pleased to announce our new partnership with the Sir Henry Cooper Junior Masters. This prestigious Under 18s event…

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Athlete Spotlight – February 2022

  It’s been an incredible month for some of our athletes and we’ve seen some incredible results and achievements in…

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Introducing the newest member of our track & field team

  We’re excited to welcome Jake Cohen to #TeamCollegeSportsAmerica. He will be joining our track and field team and will…

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An Interview with Jemma Lowe

  Earlier this year, we sat down with our Swimming Manager (and 2 x Olympic Swimmer) Jemma Lowe to discuss…

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What is Junior College?

When talking about attending college in America, Junior College isn’t the first thing that usually comes to mind. Not many…

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