- 2 decades agoFavorite Answer
Hi, 我住在曼哈頓. 我自己是在加州大學畢業並工作一年後才搬來紐約的 (而我第一年是住在Queens! :)
社區大學學費比較便宜, 有綠卡的更好 (是居民價: 國際學生的十分之一!) *VERY important note: You have to show them that you have been living here for at least a year, then they will consider you the "resident." Back then I made the mistake by applying right after I've arrived, and I had to pay one semester's non-resident price for that mistake!)
(Sorry, I am so slow in typing Chinese... I hope you don't mind I answer the rest in English)
(continuing with Q1) I went to a city college for the first two years in LA, and I really enjoyed it. The first two years are all general education anyway, it doesn't really matter (in my opinion) if you get them completed in a community college. I've had some excellent professors in the city college. It's more important on your choice of university to transfer. As long as you keep your GPA at a high level, you can definitely transfer to a good university for your junior & senior years!
If you have already completed the college education in Taiwan, and wish to transfer to an US college (and you have completed the ESL classes).. I think you can bring the transcript (from your college in Taiwan) here, and see if those credits are transferrable. I am not sure if you are planning to start as a freshman or you want to apply for graduate school, I think the units you've completed in Taiwan can more or less waive some classes for you here.
Some of my friends took classes in the Hunter College (in midtown Manhattan) and LaGuardia Community College (in Queens), I didn't hear any complaint when they were studying there.. maybe that's a good sign? :)
I hope this helps... hopefully you can get everything set up smoothly! :) Good luck!!!Source(s): my experience
- jjkendyLv 62 decades ago
2. green card 就是居民當然便宜囉
hope these helpsSource(s): 經驗