My College Graduation
ExchangeMate International Education offers College Placement Service for international students who would like to continue their education in the USA, after graduating from high school.
Our college advisors will assist international students to find the colleges that best fit their needs and goals.
ExchangeMate works with more than 50 Colleges throughout the country.
Our College Advisors guide each student through the application process and assist with College selection based on their preferences and goals.
We select our colleges based on the quality of academic programs and the level of support provided to international students.
All public colleges offer guaranteed public university transfer after the first 2 years. Once students finish their Associate Degrees (AA), they will be admitted into a partner university within the state.
Students may also choose to apply to other out of state universities and will receive all necessary support during this process.
Acceptance & Visa
Once acceptance into the program has been granted, the school district will issue a Form I-20.
Students must bring the Form I-20 along with personal and financial documents to the American Consulate/Embassy in their home countries in order to apply for the F-1 visa.
Community College vs. Public University
(a few colleges offer 4-year degrees)
Associate Degree or Certificate
Guaranteed Transfer to University
5,000 – 15,000 students
(it can vary)
$8,000 to $13,000 Tuition Fee per year for international students
4-year degrees and up
Bachelor’s and Graduate Degrees
Admissions Not Guaranteed
30,000 to 60,000 students
(it can vary)
$25,000 to $35,000 Tuition Fee per year for international students
ExchangeMate International Education offers College Placement in the following states:
American Collegiate English (ACE), El Cajon/California
Antelope Valley College, Lancaster/California
Cascadia College, Bothell/Washington
Chemeketa Community College, Salem/Oregon
City University of New York – Baruch College, New York/New York
City University of New York – Brooklyn College, New York/New York
College of Central Florida, Ocala/Florida
College of Lake County, Grayslake/Illinois
College of Marin, Kentfield/California
College of Southern Nevada, Las Vegas/Nevada
College of the Desert, Palm Desert/California
Diablo Valley College, Pleasant Hill/California
Everett Community College, Everett/Washington
Evergreen Valley College, San Jose/California
Fort Lewis College, Durango/Colorado
Grossmont College, El Cajon/California
Hawaii Community College, Hilo/Hawaii
Heartland Community College, Normal/Illinois
Highline College, Des Moines/Washington
Jackson College, Jackson/Michigan
Lake Land College, Mattoon/Illinois
Lower Columbia College, Longview/Washington
Moorpark College, Moorpark/California
Moraine Valley Community College, Palos Hills/Illinois
North Seattle College, Seattle/Washington
Northampton Community College, Bethlehem/Pennsylvania
Northeast Wisconsin Technical College – Green Bay, Green Bay/Wisconsin
Northwest College, Powell/Wyoming
Peninsula College, Port Angeles/Washington
Peralta Community College District, Oakland/California
Riverside City College, Riverside/California
San Jose City College, San Jose/California
San Mateo Community – College of San Mateo, San Mateo/California
San Mateo Community College – Canada College, Redwood City/California
San Mateo County Community – Skyline College, San Bruno/California
Santiago Canyon College, Orange/California
Seattle Central College, Seattle/Washington
Shoreline Community College, Shoreline/Washington
Skagit Valley College, Mt. Vernon/Washington
Snow College, Ephraim/Utah
South Seattle College, Seattle/Washington
SUNY College at Brockport, Brockport/New York
Tacoma Community College, Tacoma/Washington
Tarrant County College, Fort Worth/Texas
The College of New Jersey, Ewing Township/New Jersey
Truckee Meadows Community College, Reno/Nevada
University of Hawaii – Maui College, Kahului/Hawaii
University of Wisconsin Colleges, Madison/Wisconsin
Valencia College, Orlando/Florida
Wallace State Community College, Hanceville/Alabama
- Multiple College quotes for student’s review.
- Assistance with the application process.
- Document review to apply for Form I-20.
Aditional Paid Services
- Courier service to send Form I-20
FedEx® fee: $100
- Assistance with SEVIS payment
Processing fee: $50 + SEVIS fee: $350
- Visa interview scheduling fees
Processing fee: $350 +
US Consulate Fee (1 person)
$50 + US Consulate Fee
(each additional family member)
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Do you want to study in the United States?
We have several options of schools and locations, so students can customize their program based on their personal preferences and goals.