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The answer to this is simply "Whenever you feel 100% ready and committed." However, you should be aware of how timing can also affect the process and the options that become available to you. Read more on our blog below: "College Recruitment in the USA - Your Timeline"
The main objective of Athleticademix is to provide expert guidance and navigation through the US College Sports recruitment process. In addition, we also ensure all of our student-athletes receive the help and advice they need throughout the administrative duties that accompany any university application, visa process and athletic eligibility review. Read our blog titled "What Can You Expect From Our Service?" to learn more!

Life in the USA

The medical support and resources available to student-athletes in the US is second to none. Before setting foot on American soil, you will have health insurance set in place that will cover you for any eventuality, both in sports and in everyday life. The bottom line is that you will always be looked after and receive the very best care possible. But read more about exactly what's provided to you on this blog titled "Injury Prevention and Care for College Athletes"
Yes, absolutely! In fact, as a student-athlete, you receive even more support than regular students do. All student-athletes have access to tutors and academic advisors, who will help with course planning and maintaining strong average grades throughout your degree studies. Read more on this blog about "Academic Support for Student-Athletes"
The short answer is: "Anything you like!" There's approximately 400 'majors' in the US to choose from. Read our blog below for more information on what's available... "Degree Courses - What Can You Study at College?"
Our blog "Accommodation at College - Living on Campus" will give you a great insight into daily life as a student at an American university!


Read our Blog SAT Test - What You Need to Know for more information!


There are multiple types of scholarship funding available within the US university system! Athletic, academic, international.... Read more about what they all mean and what can/can't be covered through scholarship funding by clicking the link to our blog - "Scholarships - Explained in Detail"


In order to be eligible to begin university studies in the US, you must have completed full-time education in your native country. So, in the UK, this is up to the age of 18 and usually means completing and passing A-Levels and/or BTEC or IB courses. For Danish students, this would be age 19 once you graduate from Gymnasium. For most four-year universities, you have up to a maximum of one gap year to use before you're considered to old to enrol as a student-athlete (so you'd be 19 years old by this point, or 20 if you're Danish!)

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